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The growing collaboration among three community foundations in Michigan’s Thumb Region took a leap forward with the recent hiring of Mackenzie Price as the new director of the Huron County Community Foundation.


The Board of Trustees has announced Mike Goorhouse, current Vice President, as the next President/CEO of the Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area.


From FSG and the Aspen Institute, a new online community with tools, resources and discussions for all those interested in collective impact.


Released 4/1/14, this report demonstrates how much state averages mask the dramatically different outcomes and conditions experienced by children of diverse races/ethnicity.


Theresa Bray talks about their support of a food pantry delivering 1.4 million pounds to the community in 2013.


Greenways and blueways offer new economic opportunities for many Michigan cities and towns according to experts speaking to a recent Green & Blue Network meeting.


Janet DeYoung, who helped the Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area reach unprecedented heights during her tenure as president and CEO, said she is planning to retire at the end of May.


The Diversity Alliance Summit on Race & Inclusion will examine the effects of racial disparities and strategies for their elimination at a day-long conference involving hundreds of participants from across the state of Michigan.


Providing grants to support the development of innovative technology designed to solve Detroit’s blight problem, the Skillman Foundation is leading the way to protect children and families in the Motor City


Holly Johnson, president, shares her perspective on a "great grant" to the Lakeshore Ethnic Diversity Alliance.


Legislators recently heard from Michigan College Access Network Executive Director Brandy Johnson on the importance of providing funding to help build a stronger Michigan through higher education.


Michigan's creative industries paid nearly $3.6 billion in wages to 74,000 employees in more than 9,700 businesses in the state during the 2011 fiscal year, according to a report released by ArtServe Michigan.