About LLF Michigan



2016_Exhibit_2Celebrating our 10th Anniversary


The Literacy Legacy Fund of Michigan supports the improvement of a literate Michigan citizenry of all ages through the distribution of charitable funds to enhance literacy-related efforts.


  • Support literacy-related projects and activities created by LLF Michigan
  • Support other organizations and entities that promote literacy
  • Enhance Michigan educators’ professional and leadership development

LLF Michigan encourages philanthropic investments in temporarily restricted and/or general operating funds that support literacy-related efforts. We solicit contributions from individual, group and corporate donors throughout the year, and invest these funds in secure deposits for future use.  Anyone interested in promoting literacy development is encouraged to donate. Please visit our How You Can Help page to learn more.

LLF Michigan Board of Directors

Current Board Members ~

  • Nancy Seminoff / Board Chair & Treasurer                  
  • Gwen Graham / Secretary
  • Phyllis Aurich / Development Chair: Exhibits &  Fundraising
  • Carolyn Jane Blough / Development Chair: Donor Solicitation

The LLF Michigan Board is comprised of educators and business professionals. The Board meets regularly during the year in various locations throughout Michigan to make decisions about the activities of the LLF Michigan. All Board members are volunteers and receive no remuneration for their time or travel. Therefore, we are able to use all donations to promote LLF Michigan literacy-related efforts.


July 2016 ~ Lowell, MI

The LLF Michigan Board is shown posing for a shot during a break from its board meeting held at the Chamber of Commerce in Lowell- one of their three to four meetings annually.

 Board Lowell 7.206


Funds are available for conference grants, J. Tiles Scholarship, special projects and spotlight award.  Operating funds are used for fund development and basic operating expenses.  We prepare an annual report noting donors and activities for the year, and distribute the report in March to donors listed in the report. The Board welcomes inquiries regarding current and future activities.