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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This grant provides sponsorship for the Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner of the Detroit Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the organization’s annual camp
The real estate consulting practice, formerly known as U3Ventures, specializes in projects that leverage the employment base, procurement volume and facilities of universities and medical instituti
The project facilitates data collection and interpretation capabilities for arts and cultural organizations to increase their management capacity and inform better decision-making by philanthropies
Drexel is a private research university based in Philadelphia that serves as a model for community engagement and an engine for economic development in the region.
The network is a national coalition of community development financial institutions that invest in opportunities that benefit low-income, low-wealth and disadvantaged communities across America.
U3 Ventures specializes in projects that leverage the employment base, procurement volume and facilities of universities and medical institutions to improve their surrounding neighborhoods.
The organization specializes in projects that leverage the employment base, procurement volume, and economic impact of universities and medical institutions to improve their surrounding neighborhoo
The corporation was founded in 2001 by the Enterprise Center, a minority-business accelerator, to promote minority entrepreneurship and wealth creation through strategic investments, programs, and
A leading innovator in the financing of neighborhood revitalization, the fund manages a capital base of $567 million, which it deploys as loans, equity, and alternative financing for housing, commu
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