The Anchor Bay Community Foundation raises funds that provide grants for music, art, dance, books, scouting, immunizations, soccer camp, little league, instructors, field trips, theatre, wellness, and sponsorship of local organizations. Some of the Grant recipients include the following:

American Cancer Society: Relay For Life
Anchor Bay Artists: Speakers and Demonstrations
Anchor Bay Chamber of Commerce: Sleigh Ride
Anchor Bay Community Band: Music & Concerts in the Park
Anchor Bay Herb Garden
Anchor Bay School District: Ashley Elementary School Battle of the Books
Anchor Bay School District: Ashley Elementary School PTG – Exotic Zoo Wildlife Program
Anchor Bay School District: Ashley Elementary School PTG – STEM Mad Science Program
Anchor Bay School District: Drug Education Program
Anchor Bay School District: Elementary Schools All District Honors Choir
Anchor Bay School District: High School Band Conferences
Anchor Bay School District: High School Band – Flute Choir Matching Fund
Anchor Bay School District: High School Lacrosse Team
Anchor Bay School District: High School Marching Band Camp
Anchor Bay School District: High School – Washington D.C. Close Up Program
Anchor Bay School District: High School Wind Ensemble – Conference
Anchor Bay School District: Middle School Jazz Ensemble
Anchor Bay School District: Middle School – Musical Theater Program
Anchor Bay School District: Middle School- North & South – Student Peer Mediation
Anchor Bay School District: Sugarbush Elementary School – Patriotic CDs for U.S. Troops
Anchor Bay Stars: Glee Club and Show Choir
Anti-Drug and Tobacco Programs
Art on the Bay
Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival
Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival Kids Day Petting Zoo
Believe in Christmas Holiday Concert
Big Stone School: Experience
Big Stone School: Storytelling
Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp
Boy Scout Troop 390 Summer Camp
Chesterfield Township Library: Reading Corner
Chesterfield Township Library: Summer Reading Program
Citizens State Bank: Family Giving Tree
City of New Baltimore: Fire Department – Ice Rescue Equipment
City of New Baltimore: Make a Difference Day
City of New Baltimore: Police Department – DNA Kits
Crossroads for Youth: Children at Risk
Girl Scouts of America: A Beautiful Me Program
Girl Scouts of Macomb County
Grace Independent Living Program Recipients
Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association
Immaculate Conception Catholic School: Defibrillator Case
Immaculate Conception Catholic School: Musicals & Plays
Immaculate Conception Catholic School: Youth & Senior Partnership Days
Ira Little League
Justin Mello kID Print Program & Supplies for New Baltimore Police Department
Leader Dogs Fundraiser
MacDonald Public Library: Friends Events
Music by the Bay
New Baltimore Farmer’s Market
New Baltimore Goodfellows: No Child Without a Christmas
New Baltimore Historical Society: Programs – History Fair
New Baltimore Interfaith Choir: Seasonal Concerts & Music
New Baltimore Lions Club: Events – Cruise In Classic Car Show
New Baltimore Lions Club: Polar Bear Plunge
New Baltimore Lions Club: Winterfest
People to People Ambassador Programs
Presbyterian Village of Michigan Foundation: Health and Wellness Center Programs
Prevco Summer Safety Program: Youth Safety Awareness Program
Ride the Wave: New Baltimore Farmer’s Market & Movie Nights
St. Mary Queen of Creation Catholic Parish: Family Festival
Suburban Library Coop: One Book, One Community Program
Turning Point
Village of East Harbor: Winter Warmth Program
Voice Competitions
The Woods Church: Feed the Bay
Wreaths Across America
Youth and Senior Wellness Programs
Youth Battle Cry Program

Anchor Bay Community Foundation

Eagle Scout James Becker with lifetime mentor Beth Bagley-Stanton at the Eagle Court of Honor held on March 9, 2014. James Becker received a $500 grant from the Anchor Bay Community Foundation for his Eagle project—an anti-bullying program. His mission was to place “friendship” benches at all of the Anchor Bay Elementary Schools. He hosted assemblies at the schools demonstrating how the benches would be used and provided a video for future generations of students. James received a $500 grant from the ABCF for this important program.