PARTNERS in Community, Winter 2018

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This winter’s PARTNERS in community focuses on legacy. Below you will find a few links to featured articles, but click here to read the entire magazine! You’ll read stories of two leaders making an impact throughout our community including exciting work with Our LGBT Fund, a way to help families become homeowners, and a go-to charitable giving tool our donors use to leave a lasting legacy. 

Transformational Leaders Shelley Padnos and Carol Sarosik Transformational Leaders. 2018 Jack Chaille Community Philanthropy Award Recipients, Shelly Padnos and Carol Sarosik share their passion for the prevention of homeless LGBTQ youth by establishing the Our LGBT Fund. Learn about their passion for social justice that extends into many areas of our community, including their investments at Grand Valley State University and their partnership with the American Civil Liberties Union.

100 New Philanthropists: Dan Grzywacz and Holly Westhouse100 New Philanthropists: Dan Grzywacz and Holly Westhouse express their dedication for philanthropy by creating a better tomorrow for the community through homeownership.

Legacy and HomeownershipLegacy and Homeownership. Discover how we invested in grant partnerships with organizations like Habitat for Humanity and Opportunity Resource Fund to help increase homeownership and improve communities throughout Kent County.

The full magazine has so much more! Click here to read it cover to cover.