Do you want to know how a new structure can help your community foundation on the path to sustainable growth? Are you curious about the structural options available to help your foundation leverage expertise, promote philanthropy, and amplify community leadership and program strategy?
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Regina has been working in the nonprofit sector for over 25 years and has a full range of experience in fundraising, marketing, governance, management and grant writing.
Amanda St. Pierre has worked in nonprofit communication since 2004. She is strategic, detail-oriented, and skilled at simplifying complex programs and leadership initiatives. Amanda is passionate about donor communication, especially fundraising appeals, fund reporting and planned giving.
This report explores how philanthropy can redefine the purpose and value for corporate foundations and giving programs.
How can foundations start talking today about the value they bring to society—a value that describes more than just the money they grant? Rich Neimand and Dave Clayton of Neimand Collaborative suggest strategies, adaptable messaging, and examples to help you get started.
Kids Count in MI
The Michigan League for Public Policy’s (MLPP) 2019 Kids Count in Michigan Data Book is calling for policy solutions to better support Michigan children.
The new report, supported by eight CMF members, details how Michigan children are faring in the areas of economic security, health and safety, family and community, and education. We’re sharing highlights and MLPP’s recommendations for Michigan children.
View news about philanthropy from the week of December 11, 2017.
Hundreds of CMF members, community and state leaders joined together in celebrating Rob Collier, president and CEO of CMF, his career and dedication to Michigan philanthropy on October 8, 2018 at the Grand Rapids Public Museum as part of CMF’s 46th Annual Conference.