The health authority serves uninsured and underinsured Detroit and Wayne County residents, and sponsors the Wayne Children’s Healthcare Access Program, a partnership of health and human-services providers, practitioners, educators, and advocates. This two-year grant supports the partnership’s launch of a pediatric medical-home program in Detroit to improve health outcomes among children while lowering costs.
The society manages the Detroit Zoo, one of Michigan’s top family attractions, and provides educational, musical, artistic, and animal-life programs. This grant underwrites the strategic planning process for the development of an integrated framework to sustain the zoo and its operations.
The institute offers training and coaching to prepare current and emerging leaders in the community development and nonprofit sectors. This two-year grant establishes the Michigan Latino Nonprofit Leadership Academy, which focuses on developing Latino nonprofit leaders, building organizational capacity, and encouraging peer-to-peer networking.
The partnership engages business, government, and civic leaders in developing initiatives to strengthen downtown Detroit as the vibrant, diverse, and economically healthy urban core of Southeast Michigan. This grant provides general support for wide-ranging public-improvement activities.
The Downtown Detroit Partnership is a critical leader in the revitalization of Detroit, delivering initiatives to strengthen downtown Detroit as the vibrant, diverse, and economically healthy urban core of southeastern Michigan. This grant commitment underwrites the partnership’s programs and operations for three years.
The partnership engages business and civic leaders in developing initiatives to strengthen Detroit. This two-year grant funds the pilot phase of the Detroit Consulting Alliance, a program intended to provide pro bono consulting services for high-priority civic projects in the city.
Established in 1970 as a response to environmental concerns, the council works to inform Southeast Michigan residents and empower them to protect the land, air, water, and diversity of life. This grant supports the launch of a Detroit Food Justice Task Force focused on implementing recommendations to improve food security in Detroit.
Eastern Market has been supplying Detroit-area residents with fresh food since 1891 and currently draws more than 2 million market visitors annually. This grant to the Eastern Market Corp., which has been managing the market since 2006, supports general operations and the renovation of Shed 5, including the addition of a community kitchen.
Eastern Market has supplied the area with fresh food since 1891 and currently draws more than 2 million market visitors to downtown Detroit annually. This three-year grant is going toward general support and the renovation of Shed 5 to expand programs and add a community kitchen.
The nonprofit environmental organization works to promote clean-energy production, healthy communities, environmental justice, and a sustainable future. Grant funding enables the center to conduct a planning and development study for the Detroit ReUse Center, a neighborhood economic development and recycling facility within the Emmanuel Community House on Detroit’s east side.