2021 Community Grant Program

The Board of Directors of TruNorth Federal Credit Union – an unpaid group of volunteer members – would like to announce that the TruNorth Community Grant Program is now available for 2021. The winning applicant could be awarded up to $10,000.

“Our Board of Directors initiated this program in 2017. With this program we want to continue to enhance the lives of our membership and build strong communities for long-term success,” said Steve Smith, TruNorth President/CEO.

2018 recipient, girl scout's.Applications will be accepted through August 13th, 2021 from community non-profit organizations working to improve the quality of life for local residents and build strong communities within TruNorth Federal Credit Union’s field of membership (Marquette, Alger, Baraga, Dickinson and Iron counties). Projects that contribute to community improvements in arts and culture, the local environment, health and safety, basic human needs, recreation, and support for seniors and youth will be considered by the grant committee.

Our 2017 recipient was Habitat for Humanity Homeowner Repair Program. Our 2018 recipients include Courage Incorporated, Girl Scout’s Camp Pow Low, and  Hope Free Evangelical Lutheran Church’s Community Ministry. In 2019 our recipients included Hope Free Evangical Lutheran Church’s Community Ministry, Cancer Care Center of Marquette County, U.P. Foster Closet of Marquette County, YMCA of Marquette County, SAIL Disability Network of the U.P., and Great Lakes Recovery Centers, INC. 2020’s recipients include Upper Peninsula Family Solutions, Superior String Alliance, Cancer Care of Marquette County, Mia’s Wings, St. Francis Connection Center, Rotary Club of Ishpeming, Ishpeming Ski Club, Great Lakes Recovery Centers, INC., and Hope Free Lutheran Church.

Community Grant Application

Pictured is 2018 recipient Girl Scout’s Camp Pow Low.