Supporters

Supporters

On June 30, 2014 WMTGC’s capital campaign: “Connecting Communities, Completing the Vision” came to a close. We are thrilled to announce that we surpassed our fundraising goal and raised $3.6 million to help fund three main areas of need in the trail world:

Establish a maintenance fund for long and short term needs within our West Michigan Fred Meijer Regional Trail Network Create “key connectors” between the primary trail corridors, allowing for seamless travel between trails Provide support for updated signage and amenities along the trails

We were humbled by the amount of support and generosity our campaign donors provided. Special thanks goes out to the following foundations, businesses, and organizations for helping us achieve our goal:

  • Meijer Foundation
  • Grand Rapids Community Foundation
  • Muskegon Area Community Foundation
    • *James Hanna and Mary H. Murphy Land Fund
  • Grand Haven Area Community Foundation
    • *Flour-Schwartz Memorial Fund
    • *Greatest Need Fund
    • *Marion A. and Ruth K. Sherwood Foundation
  • Holland-Zeeland Community Foundation
  • Wege Foundation
  • Steelcase Foundation
  • DTE Energy Foundation
  • Dykema Foundation
  • Sebastian Foundation
  • JSJ Foundation
  • Loutit Foudation
  • MSJ Foundation
  • ALTL Trucking
  • Forest Hills Foods
  • Striders
  • Rapid Wheelman
  • Grandville Commodities
  • Haworth
  • Autocam
  • Consumer's Energy Foundation

And the many individual donors who helped to support our cause!

 

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