Clay Towship

Feature Story Inside one of the greenhouses at Griskie Farms

Griskie Farms continuing the small farm legacy in challenging times

Partner Content Residents in St. Clair County are lighting up their homes in blue to celebrate autism awareness
Partner Content Disaster Response Fund

Community Foundation launches Disaster Response Fund

Partner Content Riley Alley (left), Robert Wilkinson, and Jorja Baldwin are members of McLaren Port Huron Foundation's Board of Directors.

Q&A with McLaren Port Huron Foundation Board of Directors

Partner Content Members of NAMI Blue Water Area meet to discuss upcoming training opportunities to bring to the community.
Partner Content Stock — Student Studying

$250,000 gift to benefit SC4 students

Feature Story Owner of The First Cup Jake Skarbek shakes hands with former owner Don Peterson.
Feature Story Aerial view of the new path running along Clinton Avenue in St. Clair.
Partner Content Adrienne Luckenbacher, Mental Hhealth First Aid Trainer at St. Clair County Community Mental Health leads the training with a group of Blue Water Developmental Housing employees.

Support to build a resilient community

Partner Content Community Foundation 2023 Grantmaking

Community Foundation grants almost $5M in 2023

Partner Content Kevin Totty and friends

The many hats of Kevin Totty

Partner Content Self Care

Embracing mental health every day: A fresh start beyond New Year’s resolutions

Feature Story Located on Huron Avenue in Port Huron, the Ladies of the Maccabees Building was home to Port Huron Junior College until 1957.