Our Supporters

Our Supporters

The Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative efforts are supported by the generous donations of individuals, families, foundations, and businesses. Many thanks to all of our Community Supporters and to the following major donors, all of whom are enabling us to pursue our vision of healthy, active, and connected communities through the development of new, non-motorized pathways.


Heritage Sponsors $25,000 or more, over five years.


Saint Joseph Mercy Health System

Rob Casalou, on behalf of the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, generously committed $125,000 to HWPI in October of 2015 to become a Heritage Sponsor.

In October of 2016, HWPI met the match requirements to receive a second $125,000 commitment from the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System.

Vintage Financial Services

Frank and Jennifer Moore, owners of Vintage Financial Services, generously committed $100,000 to HWPI in December of 2016 to become a Heritage Sponsor.

Masco Cabinetry

Masco Cabinetry generously donated $25,000 to HWPI in December of 2016 to become a Heritage Sponsor.

The Common Grill

Craig Common, on behalf of The Common Grill, generously committed $25,000 to HWPI in September of 2016 to become a Heritage Sponsor.

Chelsea Lumber Company

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John Daniels, on behalf of Chelsea Lumber, generously committed $25,000 to HWPI in August of 2016 to become a Heritage Sponsor.

Bloom Roofing

Tom Bloom, on behalf of Bloom Roofing, generously committed $25,000 to HWPI in November of 2015 to become a Heritage Sponsor.

The Feeney Family

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The Feeney Family generously committed $25,000 to HWPI in October of 2015 to become a Heritage Sponsor.

Chelsea State Bank

John Mann, on behalf of Chelsea State Bank, generously committed $25,000 to HWPI in September of 2015 to become a Heritage Sponsor.

Chelsea Milling Company

Howdy Holmes, on behalf of the Chelsea Milling Company, generously committed $25,000 to HWPI in August of 2015 to become a Heritage Sponsor.


Mile Post Sponsors $15,000 or more, over five years.


Bank of Ann Arbor

Hans Maier, on behalf of Bank of Ann Arbor, generously committed $15,000 to HWPI in May of 2016 to become a Mile Post Sponsor.

Hardwood Solutions, Inc.

Jeff Hardcastle, on behalf of Hardwood Solutions, Inc., generously committed $15,000 to HWPI in May of 2015 to become a Mile Post Sponsor.


Pathway Sponsors $7,500 or more, over five years.


Vanston/O’Brien, Inc.

David Hughes, on behalf of Vanston/O’Brien, Inc., generously committed $7,500 to HWPI in September of 2016 to become a Pathway Sponsor.

Heydlauff’s Appliance

Mark and Amy Heydlauff, on behalf of Heydlauff’s Appliance, generously committed $7,500 to HWPI in September of 2016 to become a Pathway Sponsor.

The Rotary Club of Chelsea

The Rotary Club of Chelsea generously committed $7,500 to HWPI in January of 2016 to become a Pathway Sponsor.

Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society

Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society generously donated over $10,000 to HWPI in December of 2015 to become a Pathway Sponsor.

IHA Chelsea Family & Internal Medicine

IHA Chelsea Family & Internal Medicine generously committed $7,500 to HWPI in November of 2015 to become a Pathway Sponsor.

Green Tree Pediatrics

Dr. Scott Moore, M.D., on behalf of Green Tree Pediatrics, generously committed $7,500 to HWPI in October of 2015 to become a Pathway Sponsor.

Staffan-Mitchell Funeral Home

Cindy Mitchell, on behalf of the Staffan-Mitchell Funeral Home, generously committed $7,500 to HWPI in October of 2015 to become a Pathway Sponsor.