Freep Film Festival to screen Detroit bankruptcy doc that features former Community Foundation president

The Freep Film Festival will screen the documentary “Gradually, Then Suddenly: The Bankruptcy of Detroit” on Wednesday. The film uses re-enactments, archival footage, and contemporary interviews – including with former...

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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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Community Foundation Announces More Than $14 Million in Funding in Southeast Michigan

The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan announced funding totaling more than $14 million during the first quarter. The grants will support organizations primarily in southeast Michigan that focus on arts...

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In Press Release

Improving Social Interaction for Older Adults

Working closely with organizations that support older adults and caregiver clients, the Community Foundation is providing funding for critical programs that were innovating in the way they serviced those in...

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Promoting the Well-Being of Older Adults and Caregivers

Like nonprofits in other sectors, caregiver organizations have made changes to their health care delivery and business models to ensure the health and safety of the individuals they serve....

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Centro Multicultural La Familia: Serving Pontiac’s Latinx community for over 35 years

Dr. Sonia Acosta and Centro Multicultural La Familia has provided important social services to Pontiac residents for decades. ...

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Supporting Behavioral and Mental Health

This story was originally published in our Fall 2021 REPORT Newsletter. Our region’s behavioral and mental health have been severely challenged since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Isolation caused...

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Championing Efforts to Combat Michigan’s Public Health Crisis

As the state has heightened its focus on lessening the devastating impact opioids have had on Michigan’s families and communities, Dr. Khaldun has emerged as a staunch advocate for implementing...

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Effective Treatment for Michiganders with Opioid Use Disorder

With support and encouragement from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, emergency departments throughout Michigan are adopting medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) as a best practice for...

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Championing Medication for Opioid Use Disorder with a Large Hospital System

Inspired by the opportunity to mitigate an ongoing and growing need among St. John’s patient population, Dr. Dunne and his colleagues successfully pursued a grant from the Community Foundation for...

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