MI Bridges, the new, streamlined website where Michigan residents can apply for state benefits and connect with community resources, has been recognized with state and national awards.
We see partnership at the core of effective efforts to advance equitable systems and identify solutions to complex challenges. So often it is the collective work of organizations coming together that leads to lasting change.
ITC Holdings Corp., a CMF corporate giving program member, provided $100,000 to support Michigan State University’s (MSU) InnovateGov program which provides MSU students with hands-on experience working on an array of social challenges.
Online communities provide an interactive forum for members to engage with their peers on topics and issues important to their work.
This guide will help you connect with peers via CMF’s online communities. Have questions? Contact Andrea Judd-Schumer, director, learning services.
The Center for Arab American Philanthropy, a CMF member, announced the appointment of Tamara El-Khoury as its new director, following a year-long national search.
This guide provides an overview of the regulations and practical considerations of different types of charitable gaming available to nonprofit organizations.
CMF is partnering with the Michigan League for Public Policy, Michigan Future and others in supporting the increase of the state Earned Income Tax Credit to 30%.
This resource is intended to explore frequently asked questions involved in managing disaster funds, specifically issues of concern to private foundations, community foundations, corporate foundation/giving programs and other public charities that manage grantmaking.
This report provides salary, benefits, and demographic data for staff at Midwest foundations.
The deadline to register to vote in Michigan’s November 6th election has closed but if a ballot proposal passes, Michiganders could register to vote on Election Day, expanding voting access and voter registration.
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 last week at the Grand Rapids Public Museum as part of CMF’s 46th Annual Conference.
We have shared the data around our educational outcomes in Michigan and how we’re facing a changing workforce and skills gap. Now we are taking a closer look as to why we need to ensure students are prepared for future jobs that don’t yet exist and work already underway in Michigan to address it.
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