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05/03/2021

FOX 47 News

Ethel and James Flinn Foundation. It will establish the Suicide Prevention Support for Health Care Clinics Working with Michigan’s Health-

05/01/2021

Click On Detroit

Foundation Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan. The organizations provide youth mental health services, disability

04/30/2021

Michigan Chronicle

Kroger and The Cleveland-Cliffs Foundation; Hero Sponsors are DTE Energy Foundation and Fifth Third Bank; and Advocate Sponsors are Bodman

04/29/2021

MLive.com

Michigan joined forces with the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, the Michigan Health Endowment Fund, the Children’s Foundation

04/26/2021

Midland Daily News

, demonstration and education tables, outdoor cooking equipment, and a play area for younger children. The Midland Area Community Foundation

04/24/2021

The Journal Gazette

because the St. Joseph Community Health Foundation has been distributing a $50,000 grant from the Foellinger Foundation from COVID-19 relief

04/24/2021

The Morning Sun

to that she was the program coordinator for the Council of Michigan Foundations in Detroit and an account associate for Orange Business

04/20/2021

Targeted News Service (Print Edition)

Mariam C. Noland, President, Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan. "Food insecurity, mental health and education are just a few areas

04/20/2021

Targeted News Service (Print Edition)

Schools and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.This is the second cohort of students to receive the BCPS Health and Teacher Education Pipeline

04/19/2021

Philanthropy News Digest

managing director of the Kresge Foundation's Detroit Program. "It is important to address our longstanding inequities in the health field at

04/16/2021

DBusiness

in Detroit The Kresge Foundation has announced $1 million to bolster vaccine access and health equity through Detroit’s community health

04/16/2021

C&G Newspapers

adults. It was made possible by a $500,000 Healthy Aging Grant from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. A portion of the funding will be

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