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11/20/2020

Crain's Detroit Business

THE NEWS: Racial justice organizations in Detroit will get a boost with $8 million in new grants from the Kresge Foundation and several

11/19/2020

The Detroit News

and capital, to long-term equitable support.” The Kresge Foundation works to expand opportunities in America’s cities through grantmaking

11/17/2020

Midland Daily News

Hofmeister, president of the Consumers Energy Foundation. "We are happy to work with local economic development organizations that know

11/15/2020

Cadillac News

and vegetables, as well as access to free virtual nutrition education through the Fruit and Vegetable Prescription Program. According to a

11/14/2020

MLive.com

. The Midland Area Community Foundation is following CDC guidelines and actively consulting with the Midland County Health Department,

11/13/2020

Fort Wayne Business Weekly

promises to them," said Alessandro DiNello, CEO of Flagstar Bank. "Reversing decades of systemic inequities is a marathon, and we are in it

11/13/2020

The Morning Sun

) components. Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation (PACE Central Michigan) received $2,400 from the Isabella County Health

11/13/2020

Midland Daily News

MidMichigan Health. “We appreciate all the support received from The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation, Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation

11/12/2020

MLive.com

it closed a $3 million matching grant from Consumers Energy Foundation. A $200,000 donation from Jackson business owner Ric Walton of Walton

11/11/2020

secondwavemedia

the “Ready for School” Preschool Scholarship Fund now open at the Midland Area Community Foundation (MACF). The goal is to have every child

11/11/2020

Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) Kalamazoo is hosting a Black Empowerment Week from November 16-20, 2020 to celebrate and share stories of the resounding resilience, resistance and persistence of the Black community in Kalamazoo County. "Black community members have always been crucially involved in shaping Kalamazoo, but that role has been repeatedly downplayed and erased from the narrative," said Sholanna Lewis, Director of TRHT Kalamazoo. "In these Black Empowerment Week conversations, we're not only bringing to light extraordinary stories from our past, but also ways...

11/10/2020

www.msms.org

Policy, Michigan Public Health Institute, and the Michigan State Medical Society, with support from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund.

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