News & Events

NOVEMBER 19, 2020



We have recently made grant awards to the following programs and organizations in the Farmington & Farmington Hills community:

CARES of Farmington Hills have received an emergency grant award for supplies for their free food pantry.  Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, they have seen a huge increase in the number of clients experiencing food insecurity.  

Heartfelt Harvest is another immediate need organization in the Farmington & Farmington Hills community that has been put under immense pressure by the pandemic.  We are pleased to award them a grant to restock the shelves of their pantry with non-food items such as toothpaste, deodorant, laundry soap and diapers.

Operation Common Good have been providing supplies for a number of “Giving Boxes” located around the Farmington & Farmington Hills Community.  The Giving Boxes are stocked with a variety of non-perishable items so people can help themselves as and when they have need.  Our grant will provide more supplies for the boxes over the holiday season and beyond.

Farmington Youth Assistance applied for a grant for their annual Holiday Angels program.  Holiday Angels provides holiday gifts to children in need from the 13-17 age group who are not covered by other community programs such as Goodfellows.  We are very happy to bring some holiday cheer into the lives of young people in our community with this grant award.

The West Oaks Civitan Club has adapted their literacy program during the pandemic by distributing books to low income families through the Farmington Public School food program.  The grant from FFHFYF will help purchase more books for the program.

In response to the changing childcare needs of working parents during the pandemic, The Farmington Family YMCA has been operating one of five Y Learning Centers in the metro Detroit area.  The Y Learning Centers provide a safe environment for K-8 students on their online school days.  The grant from FFHFYF will provide funding for scholarships, PPE needs, basic supplies, and support at the Farmington Y Learning Center.

The main priority for our fall grant cycle was towards immediate need programs and organizations.  However, we have also made grants to the following programs which continue to enrich our community: The Farmington Musicale for their annual student musician competition, KickStART Farmington for a children’s community art program, First AME Church for the 2021 Juneteenth Celebration program, and the Power Middle School Hackbytes Robotics team to purchase components for this season’s competition.

Applications for our Spring 2021 Cycle are due by April 15th, 2021.  Click here to find out more.


JULY 16, 2020



We are still considering emergency grant applications from programs and organizations in the Farmington & Farmington Hills community who are experiencing an increase in demand for critical need services due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  To date we have made emergency grant awards to CARES of Farmington Hills, Sunflour Bakehaus, Operation Common Good, and Farmington Youth Assistance.

Click here for more information.