Margaret Dunning Foundation

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Plymouth’s Margaret Dunning Foundation was named after a successful businesswoman and philanthropist who spent nine decades in the same Plymouth home. Even before creating the foundation in 1997, Dunning was involved in community giving, donating a house to become the local library’s permanent site and giving the Plymouth Historical Society $1 million to fund a major expansion. The board of directors has already donated more than $400,000 this year to organizations such as Farmington Public Schools for a torque certification program and Plymouth PARC for a new pool HVAC system. The foundation gave nearly $100,000 in emergency pandemic support to organizations in 2020, in addition to supporting causes such as an auto technology program in Allen Park Public Schools and food pantry equipment at the Redford Interfaith Relief.

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