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Mackinac Policy Conference: Ric DeVore on how foundations can aid communities WDET - Detroit's NPR Station

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Community Foundation President Ric DeVore discusses philanthropy on WJR WJR - The Paul W. Smith Show

DeVore discussed his excitement to make his impact as the new leader the Community Foundation. In the interview with Paul W. Smith of WJR, DeVore discussed the rich history of...

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Michigan’s economy includes returning citizens Crain's Detroit Business

This op-ed originally appeared in Crain’s Detroit Business. Between 2 million and 3 million people in Michigan have a criminal conviction. More than 8,000 come home from prison each year...

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Video: Community Foundation President Ric DeVore discusses $14 million in grants on WXYZ-TV Channel 7

This story originally aired on WXYZ-TV Channel 7. Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan President Richard (Ric) L. DeVore discussed $14 million in grants during a recent 7 UpFront segment on...

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Great Lakes Way to receive $250,000 grant from DTE Energy Foundation for Earth Day

This story was originally published by Crain’s Detroit Business. A subscription is required. The Great Lakes Way, an initiative of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, will receive a $250,000...

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Mariam Noland speaks on upcoming retirement and more with One Detroit at 2021 Mackinac Policy Conference One Detroit

This interview was originally published by One Detroit. Mariam Noland, president of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, spoke with Christy McDonald of One Detroit about her upcoming retirement and...

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MOT to Celebrate 50th Season with Tazewell Thompson’s BLUE Broadway World

The arts can inspire positive change with the stories we tell, which is why the Community Foundation is pleased to support BLUE, Michigan Opera Theatre‘s first fully staged opera in...

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New Chase Branch Opens, Bank Invests $30B in Equity Programming, $1M in Minority Initiative

This story was originally published in The Michigan Chronicle. Chase Bank has already established itself in its over 85-year history in the city of Detroit as a community-centered financial institution....

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Oakland County police agencies, health network partner for mental health services The Oakland Press

This story was originally published by The Oakland Press. Three Oakland County police departments have partnered with Oakland Community Health Network to launch a new program to improve mental health...

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Leading Philanthropies Join Forces to Boost Economic Mobility among People Involved with the Criminal Justice System The Justice and Mobility Fund

Initial $250 million committed to pursue comprehensive justice reforms that advance racial equity and inclusive post-pandemic recovery New York— Year after year, millions of Americans with past involvement in the...

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