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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
This grant amendment is one of series to Detroit Arts Support grantees in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Detroit Educational Television’s Public Television arm has worked in Detroit broadcasting educational television across the southeast Michigan region as well as providing educational opportunities
The organization manages public radio station WRCJ-FM 90.9, the region’s only broadcast outlet for classical music and an important producer of original programming that showcases southeastern Mich
This planning grant will enable Homewood Children’s Village (HCV) to support community engagement and implement policy changes that advance climate, health, and equity across three communities in P
This amendment provides Detroit Educational Television (DPTV) with additional funding as part of their Detroit ECE Support grant to broadcast and produce media segments from the Hope Starts Here Su
Detroit Public Television (DPTV) is a noncommercial, educational television station licensed to the Detroit Educational Television Foundation.
This grant will support a partnership between the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) and the University of Pittsburgh to implement and evaluate the use of AdmitHub’s chatbot to improve
The MetroLab Network, hosted at Carnegie Mellon University, is a group of more than 35 city-university partnerships focused on bringing data, analytics, and innovation to city government.
This three-year grant is part of the Detroit Program’s Kresge Arts Support initiative, which provides unrestricted operating support to small, midsize and large organiza
Through its programs and initiatives, the alliance promotes the creation of healthy, high-performing places for everyone while providing leadership that connects knowledge, transformative ideas and
ALIGN co-anchors New York City’s Climate Works for All coalition.
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