NEWS & PRESS


Spring 2019 Message from the President

For 35 years, the Community Foundation has brought people together to address issues that impact the region’s residents. This is especially true when it comes to health. Southeast Michigan has...

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In REPORT Newsletter

Maximize giving through a donor advised fund

A Community Foundation donor advised fund can help you support charitable causes you care about in southeast Michigan and around the country. It is also a great way to simplify...

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In General,REPORT Newsletter

Spring 2019 REPORT Newsletter

  From supporting access to locally-grown, nutritious food, parks and trails, resources for people dealing with cancer, the Community Foundation is having an impact of the region’s vitality.   Browse...

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In REPORT Newsletter

Discussing the Census with Nolan Finley

Having an accurate census count is important for the region, the city of Detroit and the state. States lose an average of $1,800 per person per year for every person...

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In General

Grants available for projects that promote an accurate census count

Effort seeks to ensure southeast Michigan communities receive their fair share of federal dollars The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan has announced a grant opportunity for organizations seeking to promote...

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In Press Release

We’re Hiring: Vice President, Philanthropic Services

Founded in 1984, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is considered young amongst its peers but is one of the fastest growing in assets, totaling approximately $900 million in December...

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In Job Posting

We’re Hiring: Accountant

The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is hiring for the position of Accountant. The Accountant reports directly to the Controller and assists in the monthly financial process to ensure that...

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Youth Advisory Committee Membership Application Opens

The Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is a unique opportunity for high school and early-college aged leaders to learn more about philanthropy, grantmaking, and...

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In General

Expanding Storytelling Workshops for Community Members

Riverwise Magazine, in partnership with the James and Grace Lee Boggs Center to Nurture Community Leadership, has received a second Detroit Journalism Engagement Fund grant of $15,000 to improve and...

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In General

Program equips neighborhood residents with news reporting skills

Michigan State University, in partnership with Grandmont/Rosedale Development Corporation, has received $28,332 from the Detroit Journalism Engagement Fund to train and equip neighborhood communication outlets to produce high-quality videos with...

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