The Morley Family Foundation is a philanthropic, non-profit organization whose purpose is to responsibly invest resources and grant monies to legitimate needs in the areas of welfare, health, education, civic improvement and the humanities. The Foundation is exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes, in Michigan with major emphasis in Saginaw County.
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Saginaw’s Hoyt Library $5M renovation campaign reaches money milestone
SAGINAW, MI - The historic Hoyt Library’s capital campaign to raise $5 million is over half way there thanks to donations from the private sector, foundations, corporations and individuals... Read More...
Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy crew prepares Saginaw plot for wildflowers and grasses
Jeff Schrier | MLive.com Dave Morley of Saginaw tosses a piece of debris he found in a lot in the 1400 block of Atwater in Saginaw on Thursday afternoon, June 29, 2017. Morley and a crew from the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy pulled old furniture, trash, and piles of...
The Board of Trustees is made up of third, fourth, and fifth generation descendants of Ralph Chase Morley’s four children. The current Board of Trustee:
Peter B. Morley Jr., President
Carol Morley Beck, Vice President
David Morley, Vice President
J. Christopher Morley, Treasurer
Christine Black, Secretary
Morley Thomson Bland
Michael M. Brand
Jodona Morley Kinney
George B. Morley Jr.
Sara Morley LaCroix
Richard Thomson Jr.