Music From The Heart Kids Program
Providing books for the visually impaired in Livonia
Feeding needy school children
Assisting Young People to attend Day Camp in Livonia
Preserving the history of Livonia
John Hiltz, President
Charlie Mahoney, Vice President
Mark Bublitz, Vice President - Investments
William Fried, Treasurer
Terry Marecki, Secretary
Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan
Former Mayor Jack Kirksey
Former Mayor Jack Engebretson
Former Mayor Robert Bennett 1928 - 2015
In 1994, the State of Michigan encouraged formation and support of community foundations by providing income tax incentives to both individuals and businesses.
The Livonia Community Foundation was chartered in 1995 for the purpose of building and administering an endowment fund, and to seek contributions to grow that fund. A donation of $15,000 from former Mayor Robert Bennett in 1996 brought the balance to $32,000 at the end of its first full year. It was the foresight of former Mayor Bennett combined with his leadership and that of those community leaders who have since served on the Board of Trustees that grew the Livonia Community Foundation to $386,000 by December 2001 and to over one million currently.
The earnings (interest, etc.) on that fund must be used to support the Foundation’s mission supporting Livonia’s own cultural, historical, educational, and charitable institutions. The number of contributors has grown each year, and now includes more than 750 Livonia families, individuals, and businesses.
- an investment in Livonia 's Future
You can Mail Contributions to:
Livonia Community Foundation
33300 Five Mile Road, Suite 102
Livonia, MI 48154
Or Online Above.