Downloads of past yearbooks, newsletters, financial information, grantee resources, and more.
Our Annual Report, or Yearbook, features stories, donors, and information about the Community Foundation.
2022 Community Foundation Yearbook
Collaborate | Support | Empower
The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan continues to support, collaborate, and empower our region to make positive, permanent change. In this yearbook, you will find stories and videos about the impact the Community Foundation is making in partnership with our donor and nonprofit communities.
2023 Community Foundation Yearbook
We Are VOICES OF CHANGE
Since the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan was established in 1984, we have always prioritized equity — whether it’s our support for early childhood education, creating accessible greenways and blueways, or driving inclusive small business development.
In this yearbook, which documents our 2022 fiscal year results and provides a current snapshot of the Community Foundation, you’ll read stories about our equity-building in action, from a barrier-busting street hockey league to an innovative, community-driven criminal legal reform initiative.
Through our toughest days of 2020, we saw inspiring examples of our community coming together to support those in need.
Just as the Community Foundation has done for the last four decades, we listened, reached out, and responded with thoughtful, strong, effective action.
Learn about the impact that we, our donors and nonprofit partners have had on our region in our 2021 Yearbook.
In our latest yearbook, you will find stories highlighting how the Community Foundation continues to improve upon 35 years of experience and sharpen our skills to move issues and make significant change.
Benefiting from the wisdom of our partners and the support of our donors throughout southeast Michigan, we took new approaches to solve problems in areas such as health, civic engagement, youth development, arts and culture, and more.
Community is one of the oldest and deepest human desires.
Each of us, throughout our lifetimes, belongs to multiple communities – neighborhoods, schools, houses of worship, places of work. Through communities, we connect with and contribute to the world around us.