We are an institution that is deeply committed to sharing the lessons that result from our work with grantees and partners through storytelling, research and convenings.
Our programs seek to expand opportunity for low-income people so they can gain the tools and supports needed to lead self-determined lives and join the economic mainstream.
We deploy an array of grantmaking and social investing tools – usually in partnership with nonprofit, public, private and philanthropic organizations – to address society’s most intractable problems.
We are a private, national foundation that works to expand opportunities in America’s cities through grantmaking and social investing in arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services and community development in Detroit.
A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
The Center for Michigan is a nonpartisan “think and do tank” and “citizenship company” which seeks to improve citizen engagement and public education through annual statewide public engagement camp
This is one of a series of amendments to Detroit Arts Support grantees in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ACCESS was created to assist the Arab immigrant population in adapting to life in the United States. This grant provides general operating support to ACCESS - Arab American National Museum as
Michigan Future (MFI) is the only Michigan organization with the mission to serve as an information resource for state and local decision makers to acquire new ideas for how Michigan can succeed as
Non-Profit Enterprise at Work works throughout Southeast Michigan to strengthen the management of nonprofits and offer solutions to issues facing the nonprofit community.
Social Finance is dedicated to mobilizing capital to drive social progress. This grant will support the organization in exploring several pay-for-success opportunities in Michigan.
The organization partners with other stakeholders to support access to healthy, fresh, sustainably grown food.
Michigan is the nation’s leading university for research spending, which currently totals $1.31 billion, and is home to Archolab, an architectural-research collaborative.
The national network of nonprofit housing developers and lenders aids in building affordable housing for low- and moderate-income residents and contributes to more vibrant communities.
Established in 1949, the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research is among the largest and most well-respected academic social science survey and research organizations in the world.
The nonprofit environmental organization works to promote clean-energy production, healthy communities, environmental justice, and a sustainable future.
This two-year grant is part of the Detroit Program’s Kresge Arts Support initiative, which provides unrestricted operating support to small, midsize and large organizations in the performing,
The organization extends free legal advice and representation to low-income and elderly residents and operates Farmworker Legal Services and the Michigan Poverty Law Program, which provides state s
The independent legal organization, established by the University of Michigan Law School, provides free legal advice and representation to jobless workers filing for unemployment benefits in an eig
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