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02/24/2022

What does it take for a foundation to begin impact investing? And once those initial steps are underway, how can philanthropy continually identify opportunities for investment?

02/01/2022

DTE Energy Foundation awards more than $1 million in grants focused on enhancing equity and opportunity

01/31/2022

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The Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation Hits Historic Milestone of $104 Million in Assets

01/20/2022

CMF launched the Michigan Impact Investing Hub in October with a virtual kickoff attended by nearly 100 stakeholders across our state’s impact investing ecosystem.

01/20/2022

CMF launched the Michigan Impact Investing Hub in October with a virtual kickoff attended by nearly 100 stakeholders across our state’s impact investing ecosystem.

12/15/2021

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The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation Announces New Staff Hires and Promotions

12/13/2021

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The Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation Awards More Than $330K in Grants at Year-End

12/06/2021

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Community Foundation Awards Nearly $36K in Final Urgent Needs Fund Grants

11/18/2021

The Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation (AAACF) Board of Trustees has selected Shannon E. Polk, J.D., D. Min., as its next President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

10/27/2021

Donor Advised Funds from a Community Foundation Perspective This blog was originally posted by the United Philanthropy Forum. Foundations in Michigan and throughout the United States are re-examining many longstanding practices and ways of working as this is a critical time for our sector to reflect and reimagine. The devastating effects of the pandemic have underscored the depth of long-standing racial and economic disparities and accelerated conversations on the roles philanthropy can play to advance equitable systems in partnership with nonprofits and in collaboration with other sectors...

09/27/2021

Michigan is receiving significant funding through federal and local recovery dollars, representing the largest federal investment in generations. As part of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Michigan will receive an estimated $11 billion dollars over the course of this year and next. This is on top of billions already received from the CARES Act and the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act. The state is additionally forecasting surpluses in state revenues close to $2 billion dollars above 2021 budget figures. During the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy...

09/21/2021

Great Lakes Protection Fund Announces 2021 Leadership Award Winners Recognizes Trailblazers who are Solving Biggest Threats to the Region

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