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  • When a Career Becomes a Vocation
    While I find it hard to believe so many years have gone by, my rapidly graying head of hair is proof to the world that February 2018 marks my 10th anniversary at the Door County Community Foundation. In his book The Road to Character, David Brooks writes that when you choose a career you are looking […]
  • Community Foundation Awards Sustainability Grant to The Community’s Garden
    The Door County Community Foundation has The Community’s Garden a Sustainability Grant from the John and Nell Herlache Community Impact Grant and the Green Fund. This grant provides financial assistance to improve garden accessibility for gardens of all abilities. “Over one-third of the gardens with The Community’s Garden are 70 years of age or older. […]
  • Our Most Important Resolution
    As I began crafting this first column of 2018, someone casually suggested that I write about the progress of my previous New Year’s resolutions and the those I’ll be making for the coming year. That sounded like a promising column idea except for the fact that in my nearly five decades on this Earth, I […]
Annie & Dick Egan's Comments at the 2016 Celebration of Giving

The Door County Community Foundation is honored to name Annie & Dick Egan as the 2016 Philanthropists of the Year. Here they are receiving the recognition from David Eliot, Chairman of the Board.

Posted by Door County Community Foundation on Tuesday, July 5, 2016