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Published: 10/09/2015
From direct advocacy with member of Congress to funding fellowships, this article from the GrantCraft Blog shares tips for engaging in the policy space. Policy dialogue can be a critical part of creating issue-area movement.
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Topic: Advocacy



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Published: 10/09/2015
Integrating for Impact, the design thinking workshop organized by Kendall College of Art and Design’s (KCAD) Continuing Studies department, receives funding from the Steelcase Foundation to increase the region’s ability to train non-profit organizations in human-centered design methods and the innovation process.
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Published: 10/08/2015
Culture - the personality, behaviors and underlying assumptions of an organization - has an outsized impact on how we do our work. This report from GEO explores three prominent sources of foundation culture.
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Published: 09/29/2015
In this post from the GrantCraft Blog, authors Naomi Wright and Wadsworth Williams share their experience participating in the Andrus Family Fund's Board Experiential Training (BET) program. This program is designed to introduce 18-24 year-olds to philanthropy and prepare future board members by building an awareness of social justice issues.
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Funding Area: Next Gen



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Published: 09/28/2015
Responding to President Obama's My Brother's Keeper Community Challenge, more than 100 leaders from Detroit's civic, corporate, and philanthropic communities came together to develop a plan of action to support young men of color in Detroit's new economy. #MBKDetroit
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Published: 09/10/2015
The “Coordinated Funding Initiative” led by Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation and United Way of Washtenaw County is proving successful and could be a valuable model for the philanthropic sector.
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Topic: Collaboration



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Published: 09/10/2015
Members of CMF’s Blue & Green Network recently took to land and water in Bay City to learn about – and experience – topical environmental issues impacting the Saginaw Bay and the Great Lakes.
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Funding Area: Environment



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Published: 08/31/2015
A recent trip taken by The Kresge Foundation to New Orleans offers insights into the last decade of investments since Hurricane Katrina.
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Published: 08/26/2015
As the nation reflects upon the 10-year commemoration of Hurricane Katrina, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation respectfully stands with the people of New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast as they continue to lead the rebirth of their communities, making them better places for families and children than even before Katrina’s devastation.
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Published: 08/18/2015
Start where you are is oft-heard wisdom from board members and foundation leadership at the beginning of strategic planning processes, with the best of intentions. It fosters approachability and practicality. It’s actionable. But what if you don’t know where, exactly, it is that you are?
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