Grantmaking, Monitoring & Evaluation

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Published: 02/06/2015

Lynn Alexander, vice president of public affairs, Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation shares a "great grant" story!

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News
Published: 10/21/2014

Foundation and state leaders serving several “picture postcard” communities shared their challenges of the real story behind the scenes during at the 42nd CMF Annual Conference.

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News
Published: 02/19/2014

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

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News
Published: 01/28/2014

Rotary Charities of Traverse City played an integral role in helping two local nonprofits merge to protect needed crisis intervention programs in northern Michigan.

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Funding Area: Community Development



News
Published: 01/17/2014

Wesley H. Maurer, Jr., former trustee of the Mackinac Island Community Foundation, shares a great grant story!

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News
Published: 01/02/2014

Carolyn Bloodworth from the Consumers Energy Foundation shares her great grant story about Deindorfer Woods Park in Saginaw!

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News
Published: 11/25/2013

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

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News
Published: 11/23/2013

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

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Audience: All Members



News
Published: 05/06/2013

Melonie Colaianne, president of the MASCO Corporation Foundation, shares a "great" story about her very favorite great grant through MASCO's "REACH" program.

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News
Published: 07/01/2012

Helping lead a groundbreaking, pilot watershed research project in Michigan is a small group of family foundations – and one major grantmaker – which are providing funding to the Ann Arbor-based Huron River Watershed Council (HRWC) for its initiative entitled: “Making Climate Resilient Communities through a Watershed Approach.”

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News type: Feature
Funding Area: Environment



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