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The new initiative seeks to develop the leadership skills of individuals who will be community-based social change agents working to help vulnerable children and their families achieve optimal health and well-being, access to good food, academic achievement and financial security.


A unique partnership between the philanthropic and business communities in Detroit is helping move forward a modern, multi-modal regional transit system that is expected to be a catalyst for job growth, economic vitality and improved mobility.


More kids in Michigan are growing up in families struggling to make ends meet and more are suffering from abuse and neglect, according to the 2013 Kids Count in Michigan report, which also offers clear recommendations for a brighter future for those children.


Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 College Positive Communities YAC Challenge Grant!


In response to the announcement that local philanthropist Paul Schaap will provide $5 million to support the effort to raise funds to mitigate pension cuts and protect the art of the DIA, many others have been searching for a way to participate in this effort.


Is your YAC a game-changer? Apply for the Come Together Game Changers Grant and receive tickets to a Detroit Pistons game!


West Michigan’s nonprofit leaders identify new approaches to meet an increased demand for services in the lingering aftermath of the economic downturn.


Tom Porter talks about supporting the creation of the website for the Michigan League of Conservation Voters.


Detroit EM Kevyn Orr shared his insights with the Detroit Area Grantmakers in November.


Association of Baltimore Grantmakers is providing updates specifically on how the shutdown is affecting the work of nonprofits.


Join the Charitable Giving Coalition’s “Protect Giving Day," Nov. 20 in Washington D.C. to make sure lawmakers understand the role and value of the charitable deduction in our communities.


It’s called IXITI, the brainchild of CultureSource, and its developers say they expect it to soon revolutionize arts and culture in southeastern Michigan.