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Catalyst Miami’s Poverty Solutions Summit encourages philanthropy to invest in Black futures

February 24, 2021

Catalyst Miami hosted its first virtual Poverty Solutions Summit, bringing together community, civic and business leaders to develop community-driven solutions for South Florida’s most critical challenges. The Summit provided attendees an opportunity to learn about innovative strategies for community and economic development, and a platform to discuss how to adapt…

Michelle Perron joins Kresge as new director of the executive office

February 18, 2021

The Kresge Foundation announced today that Michelle Perron joined the foundation as director of the executive office. In her new role, Perron will work closely with Kresge President and CEO Rip Rapson and direct special projects on behalf of the foundation’s executive office. Perron will also serve as the staff…

Q&A with Kresge’s new Social Investment Officer Tosha Tabron

February 18, 2021

This week, the Social Investment Practice welcomes Tosha Tabron as a new social investment officer. Tabron, who came to Kresge from Invest Detroit, will work to originate program-related investments and other impact investments in Detroit, as well as those that align with national program strategies. Senior Communications Officer Krista Jahnke…

Kresge ELPH grantee partner named to federal COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force

February 17, 2021

The Health Program Team congratulates Kresge grantee partner Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, chief medical executive for the State of Michigan and chief deputy director for health in the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services on her appointment by the Biden-Harris administration to serve on the federal COVID-19 Health Equity Task…

Kresge’s Education Program’s five 2021 grantmaking priorities

February 16, 2021

Responding to the enduring effects of COVID-19 and sharpening the focus on the future of college access and success In 2020, a global pandemic changed how students pursue a college education. Shifts from face-to-face to remote learning meant access to campus supports including food, housing, and reliable internet connectivity were…

Onward: CCHE grantees reflect on 2020 challenges, look ahead to new opportunities

February 16, 2021

Last year was full of challenges, both anticipated and unexpected for grantees in The Kresge Foundation’s Climate Change, Health and Equity initiative, particularly those who are engaged in work at the community level to address equity and health challenges exacerbated by climate change. 2020 vividly demonstrated not only the clear…

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