HCF Approves Food Pantry Donation, New Grant Cycle

At their July 8th Board meeting, the Highland Community Foundation approved a number of items, as they move forward with implementing their 2021 action items. The Board approved the following items: Approved a donation to St. James Food Pantry to assist in their...

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HCF Hits The Ground Running With 2021 Plans

Having met for their first Board meeting of 2021, the Highland Community Foundation have welcomed new Board members, elected officers and established their goals for the new year. At the virtual Board meeting on February 18th, HCF welcomed two new Board members:...

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After Navigating A Difficult 2020, HCF Looks Ahead to 2021

As with all nonprofits, the Highland Community Foundation struggled to navigate the upheaval caused by COVID-19 through much of 2020. During the first half of last year, HCF moved forward with some of its ongoing projects, before making the pivot in the Spring toward...

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HCF Accepting Grant Applications Through June 1st

The Highland Community Foundation is currently accepting applications for its next round of Highland Has Art grants to Highland art-related organizations and projects. This is part of the Foundation’s ongoing initiative to promote the arts in Highland. Through funds...

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HCF’s Project With South Shore Arts A Success

HCF Board Members Lance Ryskamp and Robert Plantz recently presented a grant check to South Shore Arts' Director of Administration and Education, Micah Bornstein, at The Center of Performing Arts. The presentation concluded a very successful partnership with South...

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HCF Partners With Town of Highland For 2020 Census

HCF approved at its December 9th Board meeting becoming a Partner in Highland’s 2020 Census efforts. This partnership will include assisting the Town of Highland’s Complete Count Committee in its community outreach efforts through social media posts and other outlets,...

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Help Improve Our Community

The Highland Community Foundation is working to improve the Quality of Life of our town. Quality of Life is vital to the well being of a community and its residents. Through our work, we are looking to help make Highland the best it can be, so it will remain a wonderful place to live, work, play, visit and do business.