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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.
A recent trip taken by The Kresge Foundation to New Orleans offers insights into the last decade of investments since Hurricane Katrina.
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.
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?
Poverty, homelessness and employment are the three most significant social issues facing people living in Kalamazoo County, according to a recent Kalamazoo Community Foundation survey.
Led by support from the Believe 2 Become Initiative of the Doug & Maria DeVos Foundation, Grand Rapid’s fledgling Parent University is changing lives and children’s futures for the better.
Sixty-two participants from across the state will attend three convenings to maximize learning, networking and clarity on making a career meaningful and impactful.
In an ongoing effort to provide school children, families and residents in Mid-Michigan with opportunities to enjoy the visual arts, live music, dance and theater, the Charles Steward Mott Foundation has granted $4.9 million local arts and culture organizations.
Government, private sector & philanthropy are working together to improve educational system, strengthen Michigan’s workforce and bolster state’s economy.
The DMC Foundation is having a tremendous impact on the health of Metro Detroiters thanks to the expertise of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan.
Donna Niester, president of the Community Foundation of St. Clair County (CFSCC) and trustee of the James C. Acheson Foundation in Port Huron was recognized with the Community Foundation Philanthropy Award by Governor Snyder.
William H. Smith (Bill) of Farmington Hills was recognized with the Russell G. Mawby Award for Philanthropy by Governor Snyder.