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The Abrams Foundation
The Abrams Foundation is a family Foundation endowed by the late Talbert "Ted" Abrams and his wife Leota in the 1960's. We're proud to remain a Foundation whose Board of Directors is staffed 100% by members of Ted and Leota's family, now consisting of the third and fourth generation. The Foundation initially focused its support on science and education projects in Michigan. With time, our multigenerational board has expanded into very diverse areas of grant making. While we continue to honor Ted and Leota's generous and innovative spirit, we are also committed to the development of new partnerships. Each Board member has developed new relationships based on personal areas of interest, and the Board is invested in each grant it makes. In addition to Ted's original grant to build The Abrams Planetarium at Michigan State University, other notable grants include the $2 million dollar Abrams Genealogy Collection at the Michigan Archives and the Parenting Program Resource Room at Beaumont Hospital. Current giving relationships include programs to educate new parents, high school robotics, hunting and fishing for the disabled, therapeutic horseback riding programs, industrial technology education, anti-bullying awareness, and assisting with the everyday needs of young families battling cancer. We are proud of the passion and dedication each of our grantees exhibit and hope you will take time to learn more about what they do!
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Allen Foundation (Midland)
Established in 1975 by agricultural chemist William Webster Allen and based in Midland, Michigan, the Allen Foundation makes grants to projects that benefit human nutrition in the areas of education, training, and research. Web site contains foundation annual reports.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

American Axle & Manufacturing Corporate Giving
Most of AAM's community and business contributions, sponsorships and volunteer activities support educational, youth-focused initiatives -- programs that have a direct impact on our future workforce.
Driven by our cultural values, we believe a global business perspective goes hand in hand with a local community focus. It is important to demonstrate responsible corporate citizenship by active, knowledgeable participation in activities and charities in each of the communities and countries where we do business.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Americana Foundation
The Americana Foundation was established by Adolph H. Meyer and Ginger Meyer to support, through philanthropy, their varied personal interests. Their success in industry and their interest in agriculture and the protection of urban open space, combined with their deep knowledge of and appreciation for authentic American art, have been the guiding focus for the programs of the foundation....The purpose of the Americana Foundation is to support educational and advocacy programs that address the preservation of American agriculture, the conservation of natural resources, and the protection and presentation of expressions of America's heritage....We focus on two program areas of protection, preservation and education: (1) American heritage expressed through its material culture and (2) Natural resources and agriculture through land use and growth management.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Amway One by One Campaign for Children
The Amway One by One Campaign for Children rallies the resources of the entire Amway family to make a difference in the lives of children around the world. By creating local partnerships, we can address specific issues facing children and improve the way they live, learn, achieve, and play.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Amy Foundation
The foundation sponsors the Amy Foundation Writing Awards program to recognize creative, skillful writing that applies in a sensitive, thought-provoking manner the biblical principles to issues affecting the world today, with an emphasis on discipling; support also for Christian organizations.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo
Funds are granted on the basis of high artistic quality and merit to artists and organizations in order to strengthen our cultural resources. Funds are also reserved for K-12 programs.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Baiardi Family Foundation, Inc.
Funds primarily in Michigan, with concentrations in the Detroit Metropolitan Area Community and in Northwest Lower Michigan, specifically Emmet County. Areas of interest include: Health Care, Education, The Arts, Environmental Stewardship, Land Use and Conservation, Catholic and Judeo-Christian Traditions and Values, Community Resources.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Besser Foundation
https://fdo.foundationcenter.org/grantmaker-profile?collection=grantmakers&key=BESS002&page=8&from_search=1 entry from Foundation Directory Online Free
123 N. Second Avenue
Alpena, MI 49707-2801
Telephone : (989) 354-4722
E-mail : besserfoundation@verizon.net
Limitations : Giving limited to the Alpena, MI, area.

Best Buy Community Grants
The Best Buy Children's Foundation strengthens communities through national and local grantmaking programs. With @15, our goal is to empower teens to thrive by helping them excel in school, engage in their communities, and develop life and leadership skills. Please read the guidelines to ensure your organization meets our eligibility requirements or refer to the instructions to assist you with the process. Applications will be accepted from non-profit organizations that are located within 50 miles of a store.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

(Guido A. and Elizabeth H.) Binda Foundation
Giving limited primarily to education in Battle Creek and southwestern Michigan. Grants range anywhere from $200 to $100,000. Listed in the Foundation Directory Online Premium. 990-PF returns available for review listing historical grants.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation
Corporate Giving Program
The BCBSM Foundation is the philanthropic affiliate of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Our mission is to support research and service projects that seek to improve health care for the people of Michigan by focusing on the following: More than $1 million is available annually for grants to Michigan-based researchers at academic, health service delivery and community nonprofit organizations. The BCBSM Foundation has developed grant programs that support research, foster community solutions to critical health care problems, acknowledge excellence in research and support medical and doctoral students interested in health care. The web site features a copy of the latest annual report, application forms, and information about individual award programs.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Bretzlaff Foundation (Hilda E)
The foundation provides educational grants to conservative schools to assist students in attending educational institutions that promote high educational, moral, and conservative ideals in the United States or England.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Carls Foundation
The principal purpose and mission of the Foundation is to support: (1) Children's Welfare (primarily in Michigan) including: Health care facilities and programs, with special emphasis on the prevention and treatment of hearing impairment; (2) Recreational, educational and welfare programs especially for children who are disadvantaged for economic and/or health reasons; and (3) Preservation of natural areas, open space and historic buildings and areas having special natural beauty or significance in maintaining America's heritage and historic ideals, through assistance to land trusts and land conservancies and directly related environmental educational programs.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Chrysler Foundation
To be eligible, organizations must have a 501(c)(3) or 170(b) status. Giving is primarily in areas of company operations in Yucca, AZ, Irvine, CA, Englewood, CO, Washington, DC, Orlando, FL, Belvidere and Lisle, IL, Indianapolis and Kokomo, IN, Elkridge, MD, Detroit, MI, Syracuse and Tappan, NY, Perrysburg, Toledo, and Twinsburg, OH, Addison, TX, and Kenosha, WI; giving also to regional and national organizations.
The Foundation does not fund operating expenses of United Way local agencies; programs/projects involving the delivery of direct health care; multi-year pledges; projects involving additions or renovations to real estate including buildings and land improvements; fund-raising activities related to individual sponsorship (e.g., walk-a-thons); requests for loans or debt retirement; religious or sectarian programs for religious purposes; athletic programs involving individual teams, including schools; private or corporate foundations; or requests for vehicle donations; individuals; organizations that limit membership and services based on race, religion, color, creed, sex, age, or national origin; endowments of any kind.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Chrysler LLC Corporate Giving Program
Address : c/o 485-10-94, 1000 Chrysler Dr., Auburn Hills, MI 48326-2766
Telephone: (248) 512-2502
As a complement to its foundation, Chrysler LLC also makes charitable contributions to nonprofit organizations directly. Support is given primarily in areas of company operations.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Comcast Foundation
The Comcast Foundation was established by Comcast Corporation in June 1999 and is the company's chief source of charitable support to qualified non-profit organizations. Since its inception, the Foundation has distributed more than $12 million in grants to non-profit organizations in Comcast communities nationwide. More information about our grant recipients and partner projects can be found under Programs Funded on the right side of the web page. The Foundation primarily funds programs in the areas of literacy and reading, volunteerism, and youth leadership that create significant and measurable results. Also fund scholarships.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Comerica Charitable Giving
While all funding requests are worthwhile, Comerica Bank and the Comerica Charitable Foundation receive far more grant and sponsorship requests than can be supported. We focus support in our primary market areas of Texas, Michigan, California, Arizona and Florida. In addition, requests received from these areas are reviewed to determine if the goals of the requesting organization and/or the programs for which support is being requested, are in alignment with one or more of our giving priorities, which include:
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Consumers Energy Foundation
We award grants for capital funding and innovative projects and campaigns that align with our four focus areas: Social welfare, education, community, civic & cultural development and the environment. The Foundation will consider requests from qualified organizations to support operating budgets and capital fund programs for the construction, refurbishment or purchase of buildings, structures, equipment or physical enhancements. Normally, the Foundation will not contribute to endowments. We are primarily focused on communities in Michiganís Lower Peninsula where Consumers Energy has a business presence. We will consider requests from organizations located elsewhere for programs or projects that significantly benefit our state and the communities served by Consumers Energy. For more information, send an e-mail to foundation@consumersenergy.com.
Also listed under Local Grant Makers.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Delphi Foundation
The Delphi Foundation is an independent charitable foundation established in 1999. The targeted areas of focus for the Delphi Foundation are educational opportunities and support systems aimed at helping young people reach their full potential. Special - though not exclusive - consideration is given to educational programs focused on science and technology. About half of the contributions are allocated to higher education programs in conjunction with Delphi's Education Relations activity and half are dedicated to K-12-related initiatives. The web page also has a link to its 990-pf returns.
Note: At present, neither the Delphi Corporation or the Delphi Foundation are accepting proposals. (2007)
(Last checked 03/29/18)

DENSO North America Foundation
DENSO is the first Japan-based automotive component supplier in North America to establish a corporate foundation. Provide funding to educational institutions in the areas of business, technology, and engineering.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Detroit Lions Inc. Corporate Giving Program and Charities
In general, the Detroit Lions Charities supports charitable and community causes in Michigan. Many of their activities are focused on helping the children of Detroit. Funding interests include education, civic affairs, and health and human services. Grants have been awarded to support the Never, Never Shake a Baby billboard campaign; Pigskin Geography, a learning initiative for youth; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Grand Rapids Metropolitan YMCA, for swimming lessons for inner-city youth; and Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital, for a domestic violence education program.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Detroit Pistons Basketball Company Contributions Program
Pistons Donation Requests
Player Foundations
The Detroit Pistons make charitable contributions of game tickets and memorabilia to nonprofit organizations involved with youth development and on a case by case basis. Support is given primarily in Michigan. In addition, various players offer their own foundations.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Detroit Red Wings Inc. Corporate Giving Program
The Detroit Red Wings organization is fortunate to have the ability to assist hundreds of nonprofit organizations each year by donating a limited number of autographed items to be used in charity fundraising events. If you represent a Michigan-based organization and would like to request a donation of autographed memorabilia or an appearance by one of our players, please mail or fax your request on event or company letterhead to the following address or fax number:
Detroit Red Wings Community Relations
600 Civic Center Drive
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 567-0296 - fax
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Detroit Tigers Community Outreach
The Detroit Tigers make charitable contributions to nonprofit organizations involved with recreation and youth development. Support is given primarily in the Detroit, Michigan, area. Click on Community Information for details.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

DeVos Family Foundation (Dick & Betsy)
P.O. Box 230257
Grand Rapids, MI 49523-0257
Telephone : (616) 643-4700
Concentrates its funding in support of various initiatives that promote a healthier community, with a focus on the arts, health and children's causes, in the Grand Rapids, MI area.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

DeVos Foundation (Douglas & Maria)
P.O. Box 230257
Grand Rapids, MI 49523-0257
Telephone : (616) 643-4700
Concentrates its support on the Grand Rapids, MI, community with goals of strengthening the bond of families, rebuilding strong neighborhoods, and providing opportunity for disadvantaged youth.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

DeVos Foundation (Richard and Helen)
https://fdo.foundationcenter.org/grantmaker-profile?collection=grantmakers&key=DEVO003 via Foundation Directory Online Free
P. O. Box 230257
Grand Rapids, MI 49523-0257
Telephone : (616) 643-4700
Limitations : Nonprofits in western Michigan and central Florida.
The foundation primarily supports the work of religious agencies, churches, and schools in ministry, outreach, and education. Its secondary focus includes social outreach, the arts, public policy, and health care.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

DMC Foundation
The DMC Foundation is dedicated to promoting the well-being of people in the metropolitan Detroit area through the support of health and medical research, health-related education and community benefit activities. While our grants support a range of activities and organizations, we are particularly interested in projects that promote health, wellness or community vitality by: (1) Supporting health and medical research, education and community benefit activities relating to health outcomes; (2) Facilitating the provision of medical, health care and disease prevention services; (3) Leveraging public and private resources. Formerly known as the Health & Wellness Foundation, the DMC Foundation was created in 2010 to receive part of the charitable assets transferred from the Detroit Medical Center following its sale to Vanguard Health Systems. In 2013, the DMC Foundation affiliated with the Community Foundation, seeking grantmaking and investment expertise, as well as overall efficiencies.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Domino's Pizza, Inc.
Community Involvement
Domino's makes charitable contributions of pizza to nonprofit organizations on a case by case basis. Support is given primarily in areas of company operations. Contact the manager of your neighborhood store.
In addition, Domino's Pizza is concerned about our 140,000 team members worldwide. In 1986, a group of franchisees formed The Partners Foundation, a non-profit organization established to assist team members in time of special need or tragedy as a result of natural disasters, unexpected afflictions, on-the-job accidents and other emergencies. Since its inception, The Partners Foundation has helped thousands of Domino's Pizza team members and their families with financial, emotional, intermediary and advisory assistance.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Dow Corning Foundation
Corporate Giving and Community Involvement
Through the Dow Corning Foundation, we make grants for projects that aid pre-university and university education, provide sustainable facilities and services for neighbors close to our operations and support environmental improvements. Since it was established in 1982, the Foundation has given more than $7 million US dollars in grants. The Foundation board meets quarterly to review requests and award grants, which range typically from $10,000 to $100,000 USD.
The Foundation giving is concentrated in the United States in Kendallville, Indiana; Carrollton and Elizabethtown, Kentucky; Bay, Midland and Saginaw counties in Michigan; and Greensboro, North Carolina.
Our corporate giving programs operate at major sites in Campinas, Brazil; Barry, Wales; Wiesbaden, Germany; Seneffe, Belgium; Saint-Laurent-du-Pont, France; Songjiang, China; Fukui, Yamakita, Japan; Jincheon, Korea. Each site manages its own program, and giving is targeted in areas around local facilities, rather than at the national level.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Dow Foundation (Herbert and Grace)
Provides support for religious, charitable, scientific, literacy, or educational purposes. Geographic focus: (1) Midland, Michigan, then (2) Michigan. Subject focus: Education, particularly higher education, community and social services, civic improvement, conservation, scientific research, church support (only in Midland County), and cultural programs.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Erb Family Foundation
The Oakland County family whose lumber company grew to have 45 Midwest locations has endowed a new foundation that plans to give away $2.7 million by June and $5 million in 2010, most of it in Michigan. Annual grants from the Erb Family Foundation should rise to $10 million in five to 10 years, when Fred and Barbara Erb "finish their giving" of more than $200 million the couple earmarked for the charity, said their son John Erb, president of the Birmingham-based foundation. The foundation's endowment began with $100 million last year but is expected to rise to between $200 million and $250 million, John Erb said. That would make it about the 18th largest family foundation in Michigan, according to 2008 rankings by the Detroit-based Council of Michigan Foundations, an association of about 400 foundations. In December, the foundation gave $500,000, matched by another $500,000 from the senior Erbs. It was split among the Salvation Army, The Heat and Warmth Fund and the food rescue agency Forgotten Harvest. The foundation plans to support a diverse scope of philanthropy -- projects to improve water quality in the Great Lakes and to promote environmental health, community and youth arts, like jazz music in metro Detroit, and research on preventing and treating Alzheimer's disease.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Ewald Foundation (H.T.)
15450 E. Jefferson Ave., Ste. 180
Grosse Pointe, MI 48230-2031
Telephone: (313) 821-1278
FAX: (313) 821-3299
E-mail: ewaldfndtn@aol.com
Many outstanding and talented high school graduates have difficulty in fulfilling their potential due to a lack of funds that precludes their attendance at a college of their choice. The aim of the Foundation Scholarship Program is to help remedy this situation in the Detroit metropolitan area and provide the necessary funding so that a college education will become a reality for these young people. The Foundation hopes that the award winners will in turn, "give back" to their communities and those less fortunate as they pursue their goals and aspirations in the future.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Fabri-Kal Foundation
c/o Fabri-Kal Corp., Plastics Pl., Kalamazoo, MI 49001
The foundation supports organizations involved with arts and culture, education, human services, and Christianity. Giving is usually limited to the Kalamazoo area.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Farmington/Farmington Hills Foundation for Youth and Families
A privately funded, charitable organization that has been serving the Farmington community with quality programs since 1995.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Fetzer Institute
The Fetzer Institute is not a grant-making organization and rarely funds unsolicited proposals. As a private operating foundation, we actively seek partners to work closely with us in developing programs. We work in many roles including facilitator, evaluator, sponsor, and colleague in ways that regularly engage with those whose work we support. Occasionally, the Fetzer Institute offers funding opportunities in the form of awards and requests for program and research proposals that are posted, when available, in the "Announcements" section of its Web site.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Fifth Third Bank Foundation
In 1948, Fifth Third became one of the first institutions to establish a permanently endowed foundation. Today, the Fifth Third Foundation Office helps direct the Bank's charitable giving as well as that of the other foundations for which it is privileged to serve as Trustee. Fifth Third works hard to be an involved, participatory corporate citizen by funding arts and culture, community development, education and social service initiatives. As a result, Fifth Third helped build stronger neighborhoods in 2003 by making $30 million available in grants and other community support efforts. Our community investment is directed through the Fifth Third Foundation Office, Community Development Corporation and the Community Affairs Department.
Look under "In the Community" on the site map for information about corporate contributions.
(last checked 03/29/18)

Ford Motor Company Fund & Community Services (Dearborn)
Organized in 1949, the Ford Motor Company Fund is a nonprofit corporation made possible by Ford Motor Company's profits. The Fund supports initiatives and institutions that enhance and/or improve opportunities for those who live in communities where Ford Motor Company operates. Ford Motor Company Fund support is provided to organizations existing exclusively for charitable, scientific, literary, cultural, environmental, educational and health care purposes. Ford Motor Company Fund has five key giving priorities: education, environment, health and welfare, civic affairs and public policy, and arts and humanities. In 2002, the Ford Fund grants totaled over $83.8 million to not-for-profit organizations working within these priority disciplines.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

The Frey Foundation
The Frey Foundation, based in Grand Rapids, is one of Michigan's largest family foundations, with assets of more than $100 million. The foundation make grants to public institutions and 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations primarily on the western side of Michigan's lower peninsula, with special emphasis on the greater Grand Rapids area and Charlevoix and Emmet counties. Grants are available for special, one-time only or limited-time purposes, such as "start-up" or program expansion, demonstration projects, planning or other forms of technical assistance, evaluation, advocacy and applied research. Capital support is available in some program areas. The web site provides information on the founders, grant programs and special initiatives, application information, trustees and advisors, and staff.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Froebel Foundation
The Froebel Foundation USA was established in January 2001 to promote the educational ideas of Friedrich Froebel to the world at large and preserve the history the U.S. kindergarten movement.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

General Motors Foundation and GM Foundation/Corporate Giving
11-134 General Motors Bldg.
3044 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48202-3091
URL: http://www.gm.com/company/giving-back/gm-foundation.html
Telephone: (313) 665-0824
Description: The GM Foundation, established in 1976 and funded entirely by GM, provides the focal point for administering GM's philanthropic programs. In 1998, combined worldwide contributions of GM and the GM Foundation were over $71 million. GM's targeted areas of focus are: education, health, community relations, public policy, arts and culture, and environment and energy, with a strong commitment to diversity in all areas. Most grants are made in communities where GM plants are located
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Gerber Foundation
4747 West 48th Street, Suite 153
Fremont, MI 49412
URL: http://www.gerberfoundation.org/
Telephone: (231) 924-3175
E-mail: tgf@ncisd.net
Fax: (231) 924-7906
Focus: To enhance the quality of life of infants and young children in nutrition, care, and development.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

(Irving S.) Gilmore Foundation
136 E. Michigan Ave, Suite 615
Kalamazoo, MI 49007-3912
Telephone: (616) 342-6411
The mission of the foundation is to support and enrich the cultural, social, and economic life of Greater Kalamazoo. The priorities of the Foundation are: (1) The Arts, Culture and Humanities; (2) Human Services; (3) Education and Youth Activities; (4) Community Development; and (5) Health and Wellbeing.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

(Hal and Jean) Glassen Memorial Foundation
URL: http://www.dnr.state.mi.us/publications/pdfs/huntingwildlifehabitat/Landowners_Guide/Introduction/Glassen.htm
EIN: 38-3012223
Telephone: (517) 482-3800
Contact: Neil A. McLean, President
Application: Application form not required
Deadlines: None
The Hall & Jean Glassen Memorial Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization. The Foundation was established in 1992 to receive and administer funds for these charitable and educational purposes: The Foundation provides financial assistance in the form of grants, scholarships, match funds and other support to 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organizations whose mission statements are supportive of these objectives.
Also listed under Lansing, Michigan Area Grant Makers
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Great Lakes Fishery Trust
The Great Lakes Fishery Trust (Trust) was created in 1996 as a part of a court settlement for fish losses at the Ludington Pumped Storage Project hydroelectric facility jointly owned by Consumers Power Company (now Consumers Energy) and the Detroit Edison Company. Provide grant funds to nonprofit organizations and government entities in Michigan and other Great Lakes States for the following purposes: (Last checked 03/29/18)

Hagen Family Foundation
5129 Woodview Ct.
Dearborn, MI 48126
URL: http://www.hagenfamilyfoundation.org/
A private family foundation established in 1999 for the purpose of operating and acting exclusively for charitable, religious, literary or scientific purposes and/or to lessen the financial burdens of government by carrying out a grant-making program in support of other tax-exempt organizations. THFF supports charitable tax-exempt organizations nationwide with special interest in the Midwest, New England states and Florida. Grants range from $1,000 to $10,000. The foundation made grants totaling $30,000 in 2000. Leadership activities at the national, regional and local levels of the Lutheran Church (ELCA) received 54% of the total. Various communities in Connecticut, Florida, Illinois and Michigan received 36 % for zoo and science center (14%), historic preservation (11%) and the arts (11%). Several educational programs received the remaining 10%.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Hannan Memorial Foundation (Luella)
A non-profit operating foundation serving the needs of Detroit area older adults.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Haworth Inc. Corporate Giving
One Haworth Center
Holland, MI 49423
URL: http://www.haworth.com/
Telephone: (616) 393-3000
Description: Giving usually takes the form of furniture donations in areas where company operates. For example, in 1989 the Haworth family and company gave $5 million to Western Michigan University to provide the new College of Business building with Haworth furnishings. In response to his corporate and family generosity, Western Michigan University named its college of business The Haworth College of Business. For more information, visit a Foundation Center Cooperating Collection and ask to use Foundation Directory Online Professional.
Haworth matches contributions made by its employees to institutions of higher education up to $500 per employee, per year.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Hudson Webber Foundation
Limitations : First priority is given to educational and neighborhood nonprofits in the Detroit area; lower priority to nonprofits to the Detroit metropolitan area of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties.
Through this site, the Hudson-Webber Foundation provides information about its missions, grants, history, and how to apply.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

The Jewish Fund
Devoted to not only supporting vulnerable Jews, but also to supporting the health needs of the broader community and enhancing the historic bond between the Jewish community and Detroit. Affiliated with the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Jewish Women's Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit
6735 Telegraph Road
P.O. Box 2030
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-2030
Telephone: (248) 642-4260
Fax: (248) 645-7857
E-mail: katz@jfmd.org or barak@jfmd.org
The Jewish Women's Foundation (JWF) was established in August 1999 by the Jewish Federation and United Jewish Foundation of Metropolitan Detroit. Studies show that women often turn first to institutions affiliated with their religious backgrounds for help and support. We recognize that there is a unique role to be played by women's funds associated with a religious and cultural identity and communal structure.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Justice Foundation of West Michigan
Nonprofit organization that seeks to improve and/or enhance the justice system. Funding limited to Grand Rapids area. Formerly known as the Grand Rapids Bar Foundation.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Kellogg Foundation (W. K.)
Contains lots of useful information such as a history of the Kellogg Foundation, information about the foundation's mission, vision, values and principles, trustees and staff, news announcements, frequently asked questions, programming guidelines and interests (United States, Southern Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean), grant listings (with a search engine), information on how to apply, an electronic application form, and publications. Includes an electronic copy of the latest annual report, 990-PF.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Kelly Services Foundation
999 W. Big Beaver Rd., Troy, MI 48084
E-mail : hannaki@kellyservices.com
Since 2008, Kelly Services is proud to partner with the National Academy Foundation (NAF) to help high school students in urban and low-income areas around the country pursue higher education in critical Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) areas. The NAF partnership enables Kelly to continue its outreach efforts and creates important benefits for NAF, for its students, and for our customers.
This company-sponsored foundation supports organizations involved with arts and culture, education, health, employment, and children and youth primarily in southeast Michigan.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Kiwanis Club of Adrian
The Kiwanis Club of Adrian Board of Directors will review funding requests in the months of March, June, September and December. The requests should be received by 45 days in advance of the funding month meeting. Requests can be made for no more than $2,500. Typically our board does not entertain requests for political or religious organizations, individuals, or foundations (unless specifically identified for one specific purpose or event).
(Last checked 03/29/18)

(James A. and Faith ) Knight Foundation (Ann Arbor)
Primarily serving Jackson and Washtenaw counties, the James A. & Faith Knight Foundation is dedicated to improving communities by providing grant support to qualified nonprofit organizations including, but not limited to, those that address the needs of women and girls, animals and the natural world, and internal capacity.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Kresge Foundation
3215 W. Big Beaver Road
P.O. Box 3151
Troy, Michigan 48007-3151
URL: http://www.kresge.org/
Telephone: (248)643-9630
Fax: (248)643-0588
Current Initiatives include: (Last checked 03/29/18)

Kroger Foundation
The Kroger Co. Foundation was established in 1987 to support charitable activities in the communities where Kroger customers and associates live and work. The Foundation serves all of the Company's retail divisions (except Fred Meyer and Ralphs/Food 4 Less), the Company's manufacturing division and convenience stores. In 2005, the Foundation awarded $2.8 million to non-profit organizations. Grants are made to support education, feed the hungry; support breast cancer initiatives, assist local grassroots organizations. Only proposals from 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations are considered. The Foundation does not support national organizations or programs, individuals, medical research organizations, or golf and other sports events. Eligible organizations may submit proposals at any time through the community relations department of the local retail division office. The Foundation relies on personnel in the retail operating units to recommend the most appropriate and effective use of Foundation resources in the community.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

La-Z-Boy Foundation
1284 N. Telegraph Rd.
Monroe, MI 48162
Telephone : (734) 457-2005
Limitations : Giving usually limited to nonprofit organizations in communities where company plants are located like Monroe, Michigan.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Library of Michigan Foundation
The Library of Michigan Foundation provides financial resources for major projects of the Library of Michigan, promotes the necessity and use of library resources and services for all citizens of Michigan, and secures funding to implement or encourage significant projects for libraries throughout Michigan.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Lovelight Foundation (Ann Arbor)
Seeks to empower women and their children by supporting programs and partnerships that promote social change.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Lowe Foundation (Edward)
Based in Cassiapolis, Michigan, this foundation is committed to developing, conducting and supporting innovative research, information, representation and education programs which enhance the capabilities of small business, entrepreneurs and those who provide assistance to owners of privately-held businesses. As a private operating foundation, the Lowe Foundation does not normally consider unsolicited grant proposals. However, it does provide a list of funded grants and grant projects pertaining to the Foundation's mission to help small business and entrepreneurs succeed. They are, in almost every case, made at the initiative of the foundation, and largely consist of research, seminars, and educational projects.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Lowe's Gives Foundation: Community Partners
The Lowe's Gives Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the communities where Lowe's operates stores and distribution centers throughout the United States. The Foundation's Community Partners grant program supports nonprofit organizations and local municipalities undertaking high-need projects such as building renovations and upgrades, grounds improvements, technology upgrades, and safety improvements. Grants range from $2,001 to $100,000. The 2018 application deadlines are May 11 and August 24. Visit the company's website to review the giving guidelines and to take the eligibility quiz.
(Last checked 03/29/18)

Macy's Philanthropic Programs
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Masco Corporation Foundation
Telephone: (313) 274-7400
Application address: 21001 Van Born Rd., Taylor, MI 48180.
Masco's Foundation supports a variety of arts, cultural, affordable housing, human service, environmental and civic initiatives in Southeast Michigan. In recent years, the Foundation has expanded its reach into communities across the country where Masco has business operations. These initiatives have supported the hungry and homeless and, most recently, the Foundation provided significant funding to organizations supporting our country's veterans and military personnel. Masco's Foundation is known best for its long-term arts legacy in metropolitan Detroit.
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McGregor Fund
The McGregor Fund is a general purpose foundation organized "to relieve the misfortunes and promote the well-being of mankind." It was established by a $5,000 deed of gift from Tracy W. McGregor in 1925. Later it was augmented to reach nearly $10 million through subsequent gifts from Mr. McGregor and his wife, Katherine Whitney McGregor. Over the years, the Fund has continued to be faithful to the stated intent of the donors. Grants to relieve misfortune and promote well-being are made in the following program areas: human services, education, health care, arts and culture, and public benefit. The area of principal interest to the McGregors was southeast Michigan, and, this too, remains the primary focus of the Fund. The web site features information on the founders, grants made, grant guidelines and application procedures, and contact information.
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MEEMIC Foundation for the Future of Education
Are you an enthusiastic member of the educational community with innovative, original ideas for programs, events or projects that will enhance your students' classroom experiences? The MEEMIC Foundation for the Future of Education, a non-profit organization created in 1992 by the MEEMIC Insurance Company offers financial assistance to schools and educators in the form of mini-grants.
Also listed under Lansing Area Grant Makers
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Meijer, Inc. Corporate Giving Program
c/o Public and Consumer Affairs Dept.
2929 Walker Ave. N.W.
Grand Rapids, MI 49544-9428
Sponsors many nonprofit activities and projects in areas of company operations. Contact your local store about selling Meijer bucks to raise money for your nonprofit.
Also listed under Lansing Area Grant Makers
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Metro Health Hospital Foundation (Grand Rapids, MI)
The Metro Health Hospital Foundation helps Metro Health meet the health care needs of more than 130,000 people annually. This includes providing assistance for people with limited or no health insurance, programs to detect cardiovascular disease in teens, summer camp for cancer patients and their families, Child Life Services for children experiencing hospitalization and funding to promote innovative treatment and compassionate care.

Meyers Foundation (Allen H. & Nydia)
Provides scholarships to students residing in a Lenawee County (Michigan) School District and graduating from a Lenawee County (Michigan) High School planning college studies in the sciences and allied fields (for example, natural sciences, medicine, chemistry, engineering, aeronautics, space science, etc.) and having grades permitting college entrance.
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Michigan AIDS Fund
678 Front St. NW, Suite 159
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
URL: http://www.michaidsfund.org/
Telephone: (616)451-2394
Fax: (616) 451-9180
E-mail: info@michaidsfund.org
An affiliate program of the Council of Michigan Foundations. The web site provides information on the fund, it's history, Michigan's expanding aids epidemic, and grantmaking history and current programs. For more information, call 1-800-872-AIDS.
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Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs
The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs serves to encourage, develop and facilitate an enriched environment of artistic, creative, cultural activity in Michigan. Site includes information about grant programs.
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Michigan Humanities Council
The Michigan Humanities Council is an independent, nonprofit organization which encourages and supports a variety of activities which bring humanities scholars and the public together in promoting understanding and appreciation of the humanities. Web site provides grant guidelines a calendar of related training opportunities.
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Michigan Retailers Foundation
603 S Washington Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933
Affiliated with the Michigan Retailers Association
Provides scholarships to member's children. Awards scholarships to undergraduates studying marketing and management. Not required to file an annual return with the IRS because its income is less than $25,000. It is a 501(c)(03) public charity.
Also listed under Local Area Funders.
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Michigan State Bar Foundation
The Michigan State Bar Foundation was established in 1947 in recognition of the legal profession's responsibilities to the public. Since then, the Foundation has made more than $42 million in grants to support civil legal aid to the poor and improve the administration of justice in Michigan. For more information on grant recipients, look up IRS 990-PF tax returns.
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Michigan State Medical Society Foundation
A non-profit charitable organization dedicated to advancing the field of health for the public good. The foundation supports both research programs and demonstration programs with short-term or start-up costs. Grants awarded are often supplementary or complimentary to other funding separately provided. Applicants can use the Council of Michigan Foundations Common Grant Application Form.
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Michigan Women's Foundation
333 W. Fort Street, Suite 1920, Detroit, Michigan 48226
Telephone : (313) 962-1920
URL: http://www.miwf.org
Michigan Women's Foundation Facebook Page
Purpose and activities:
The Michigan Women's Foundation (MWF) makes grants to nonprofit organizations in Michigan which address the needs of all women - regardless of race, ethnicity, economic status, age, disability, or sexual orientation. Women and girls face a number of economic disadvantages specifically because they are female. MWF seeks to support programs and projects that enable women and girls to participate fully in the economic life of their communities.
Grant Size and Renewal Policy:
MWF grants generally range from $1,000 - $10,000. We may not give an organization the full amount of their request. Organizations will be considered for funding on a year-to-year basis; applications must be submitted each time a grant is requested. Previous funding does not guarantee future approval for funding.
Additional information resources available in MSU Foundation Collection:
The Michigan Women's Foundation : An Overview
Women Are Doing Remarkable Things in Michigan...
Money is at the Foundation of Inequality for Women
The Michigan Women's Foundation : Uniting the Power of Resources with the Vision of Women
Women's Road Map
Annual Report, FY1988/89
Investing in Michigan Women.
Women and the Future of Michigan
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Monroe-Brown Foundation
Description: The mission of the Monroe-Brown Foundation is twofold: to provide support for higher education in the State of Michigan, and to advance economic development in the Kalamazoo community through programs designed to encourage the retention and employment of local scholars. The Monroe-Brown Foundation plans gifts that will support the growth of jobs and retention of talented graduates in the Kalamazoo area. Channels for these gifts will primarily be through scholarships at Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, and Western Michigan University, as well as financial support for Southwest Michigan First and specific high school programs. The foundation will also continue to support other educational programs in the state, with major emphasis on the Kalamazoo area.
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Morley Foundation (Saginaw)
A philanthropic, non-profit organization whose purpose is to responsibly invest resources and grant monies to legitimate needs in the areas of welfare, health, education, civic improvement and the humanities. The Foundation is exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes, in Michigan with major emphasis in Saginaw County.
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Mott Foundation (Charles Stewart)
Provides an overview of the foundation, its founder, its funding priority areas (civil society, environment, Flint, and poverty), information about the grantmaking process (how to apply, limitations, and submitting proposals), and information about foundation publications. Full text copies of the Mott Exchange are available beginning with vol. 12, no. 1, Spring 1997. Also features a Mott's Grant Database Search Engine covering all grants made in 1995 and 1996.
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Nartel Family Foundation (Burton)
The Nartel Family Foundation was started by Werner Nartel in 1990. The foundation began as the Nartel Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary due to Mr. Nartel's great interest in nature. Mr. Nartel had developed a wildlife bird sanctuary in Grand Blanc, Michigan, where he raised and cared for many exotic birds, most importantly, the crane. In 1995, the foundation turned its' focus to benefit the community and aid in charitable causes. Werner Nartel was well known throughout the Genesee County area as a businessman who cared a great deal about his community and never forgot how fortunate he was to be in America. Mr. Nartel passed away in 1997 and was able to leave a legacy in the form of the Nartel Family Foundation. Current areas of interest: children/education; medical/medical research; faith based programs : Chrisitan and Jewish; animal support; local cultural activities, including music and art.
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New Detroit
New Detroit's primary mission is to combat racial injustice and polarization, which are the major stumbling blocks to the growth and prosperity of the city, the region, and the state. We believe that problems are best addressed through collaboration and compromise. To this end, New Detroit will act as a coalition-builder, facilitating communication and interaction between the disparate ethnic and economic groups that comprise the metropolitan area. Giving limited to the Detroit, Michigan metropolitan area.
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Nokomis Foundation
161 Ottawa NW , Suite 305-C
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
URL : http://www.nokomisfoundation.org/
Telephone: (616) 451-0267
E-mail: kmulhern@nokomisfoundation.org
Fax: (616) 451-9914
Focus: Women's Rights and Women's Initiatives
Geographical Focus for Giving: mainly western Michigan
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Oleson Foundation
Gerald and Frances Oleson started The Oleson Foundation in 1962. A foundation that was designed to continually perform good works in Northwestern Lower Michigan. The foundation is so organized that it may accept contributions from any individual or organization. Income from assets of the foundation as well as principal must be used "exclusively for charitable, religious, scientific, literary, or educational purposes either directly or by contributions to organizations" carrying out such activities. Funds of the foundation are not to be used for private profit, or for political purposes.
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Perrigo Company Charitable Foundation (Allegan, MI)
Focuses its funding on healthcare and education programs. Additionally, the Foundation provides college scholarships for the children of Perrigo employees as well as grants and scholarships to school districts in the U.S. regions where we operate. In FY 2013, the foundation donated a total of $1.991 Million through the Perrigo Company Charitable Foundation. Additionally, the Foundation matched employee United Way contributions of $500,586, for a total of $989,223 donated to this valuable organization. Additionally, the Foundation donated tens of thousands of dollars to organizations around the globe, such as:
(1) Dolly Parton's Imagination Library (Michigan)
(2) Safe Harbor Children's Advocacy (Michigan)
(3) Parris Foundation -- STEMulating Minds program (New York)
(4) Center for Women in Transition -- Girls on the Run and Trauma Therapy program (Michigan)
(5) Boys & Girls Club of Central Virginia (Virginia)
(6) Barnsley Hospice (United Kingdom)
(7) Pathfields Activity Center (United Kingdom)
(8) The Association for Children at Risk (Israel)
(9) Ninos Con Leucemia A.C. (Kids with Leukemia) (Mexico)
(10)International Aid & Medical Teams International -- product donation and cash contribution for relief efforts of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines
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Pokagon Fund (New Buffalo)
The mission of The Pokagon Fund is to enhance the lives of the residents in the New Buffalo region through the financial support of local governments, nonprofits, charities and other organizations.
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Porter Foundation (Irwin Andrew)
Although located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, this foundation is not adverse to giving grants to worthy nonprofits in Grand Rapids and western Michigan. Review the web site for examples of sample grants.
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Rite Aid Community Relations
The Rite Aid Foundation, founded in July 2001, is a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to helping people in the communities Rite Aid serves lead happier, healthier lives. We limit our funding to nonprofit programs that benefit communities in which Rite Aid operates. We are specifically interested in improving the lives of our customers and associates through projects that focus on health care, women and families.
Also listed under Lansing Area Grant Makers
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Sage Foundation
https://fdo.foundationcenter.org/grantmaker-profile?collection=grantmakers&key=SAGE002&page=1&state=%22Michigan%22&total_giving_range=%22$1,000,000%20to%20$4,999,999%22&from_search=1 via FDO Free
P. O. Box 1919
Brighton, MI 48116
Funding tends to flow toward higher and secondary education and hospitals; grants also for aid to the handicapped, Roman Catholic religious and charitable organizations, youth and child welfare agencies, church support, and cultural programs. Most grants tend to go to national organizations rather than local ones.

Skillman Foundation
The purpose of The Skillman Foundation is to improve the well-being of residents of Southeastern Michigan and, in particular, the Metropolitan Detroit area. Developing children and youth to their maximum potential is the Foundation's primary goal. The Skillman Foundation Web Page, launched December 4, 1997, contains Grantmaking Policies and Procedures, Guide to Evaluation, 1996 and 1997 grants, and a list of our Trustees and Staff.
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Sojourner Foundation
Telephone: (313) 538-5892
Fax: (248) 355-0403
Detroit Free Press article describes activities of a Detroit area foundation which funds projects serving women and girls in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Livingston, Monroe and St. Clair counties, projects which have had difficulty getting funding from traditional male-oriented foundations. Source: "Good Projects Need Grants", Detroit Free Press, April 16, 1999, p.B1.
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Speckhard-Knight Charitable Foundation
771 Bogey Ct.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103-8844
Telephone: (734) 761-8752
Contact: Gerald Knight
Fax: (734) 827-0091
E-mail: zmjk@comcast.net
The Speckhard - Knight Charitable Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Jackson and Washtenaw Counties and aiding environmental efforts in the third world. We strive to assist non-profit organizations that work in the important areas of adoption, foster care, at risk families and the environment.
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Square One Education Network
Our mission is to positively influence K-12 youth toward their pursuit of Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) careers. We support innovative ideas that are project based, hands-on, and encourage student-led explorations. Grants typically range from $2,500 to $5,000. There are many quality programs that we value and respect, but our objective is to fund and incubate fresh ideas that result in high quality, relevant, experiential learning. We tend to not fund textbooks, scholarships, salaries, travel, existing projects, Project Lead the Way, or FIRST Robotics teams. Developing young engineers, scientists and mathematicians can be accomplished best when real problems are solved in real contexts using real equipment -- our mantra is "we don't buy textbooks, we buy gear!" We accept inquiries year round and specialize in personalized attention and the co-creative process of project development. Contact Barb Land, Program Director to initiate a grant application: barb@squareonenetwork.org
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State Farm Foundation
The State Farm Companies Foundation makes charitable contributions to nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, Canadian charitable organizations, and educational institutions. The Foundation does not fund individuals seeking personal help or scholarships, banquets, tours, competitions, teams, or clubs, politically partisan programs, religious programs, and organizations outside the United States and Canada. The State Farm Foundation was established in 1922. The Foundation's philanthropic interests are meeting the needs of their communities by focusing their giving in three areas: education, safety, and community development. Proposals are accepted year-round and are reviewed in a timely manner. However, approval time depends on the requesting amount and completeness of the proposal. Requests exceeding $100,000 are considered quarterly. For more information contact, Public Affairs Office, Michigan Operations Center, 410 East Drive, Marshall, Michigan 49069-0001; Telephone: (616) 789-5000; E-mail: jobopps.mich@statefarm.com.
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Steelcase Foundation
Provides funding to nonprofit organizations, primarily in areas where the company operates, such as Grand Rapids.
Note: Also ask about the Steelcase Inc. Corporate Giving Program that makes donations independent of the foundation.
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Target Corporate Giving
The Target Corporation family of companies, including Target have been giving back to the community since we opened our first Dayton's store 53 years ago. We give $57 million back to the communities we serve each year. That's over $1 million every single week. This money goes for worthwhile projects that benefit families, education, children and the arts. Target is proud of the communities we are in. And we have been giving back to them on every purchase since we opened in 1962.
Also listed under Lansing Area Grant Makers
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A. Alfred Taubman Foundation
https://fdo.foundationcenter.org/grantmaker-profile?collection=grantmakers&key=TAUB033&state=%22Michigan%22&page=2&sort_by=total_giving&sort_order=1&from_search=1 via FDO Free
200 E. Long Lake Rd., Suite 180
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304-2336
Telephone : (248) 258-6800

Varnum Riddering Schmidt Howlett Attorneys at Large Corporate Giving Program
Web page provides a corporate contributions report listing past funded programs and projects.
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Visteon Corporation Corporate Contributions
Visteon Corporation is committed to community citizenship through making contributions that enrich the lives of children and improve the environment. Visteon supports local, community-based organizations that recognize and meet the needs of the communities where Visteon employees live, work and volunteer. No grants to individuals; applications not accepted.
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VSA Arts of Michigan
Promotes arts, eduction, and creative expression involving children and adults with disabilities. Provides limited financial support for various programs and projects.
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Walgreens Charitable Donations
The Walgreens Charitable Donations Program supports nonprofit organizations, providing grants that focus on access, outreach, and education geared towards health in their communities; mentoring initiatives; civic and community outreach; and emergency and disaster relief.
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WalMart Foundation
Community Grants Program
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation have identified four core areas of giving: Hunger Relief & Healthy Eating, Sustainability, Women's Economic Empowerment and Opportunity. To ensure that your application has the best chance of being funded, the proposed use of the grant should fit within one of these areas of giving. Primary consideration for the Community Grant program is to support local organizations with programs that align with Walmart and the Foundation's areas of giving. However, programs that do not align with these areas may also be given consideration. These include programs that are geared toward strengthening the local communities, for example: local organizations providing health and dental screenings, support for local police and fire departments and local school-based initiatives. If you are applying for funding through a Sam's Club location, additional focus areas are considered. Learn more about the Sam's Club Giving Program.
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Walmart State Giving Program
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and the Wal-Mart Foundation have a history of supporting the communities we serve. Last year alone, Wal-Mart stores, Sam's Clubs and the Wal-Mart Foundation contributed and raised over $400 million, giving back to more than 100,000 charitable and community-based organizations.
To increase the impact of our giving, the Wal-Mart Foundation has launched the State Giving Program (SGP). Through this program, the Wal-Mart Foundation will award grants at the state and regional level to support unmet needs that are not directly addressed by any of our current programs.
To help facilitate this process, the Foundation has created State Giving Advisory Councils, made up of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. associates, for every state and Washington, D.C. The Advisory Councils will determine the needs within their state, review all eligible state specific grant applications and make funding recommendations to the Wal-Mart Foundation.
The program's priority funding categories include: Education, targeting the needs of underserved young people ages 12-30; Job Skills Training, specifically support services to help people improve their work-related skills; Health, with a focus on access to healthcare and the promotion of healthy lifestyles; and Environmental Sustainability, including recycling programs, outdoor classrooms, etc. The minimum grant size for this program is $5,000. The remaining application deadlines for this year are September 25 and December 19. Visit the website listed above to submit an online application.
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Whiting Foundation
https://fdo.foundationcenter.org/grantmaker-profile?collection=grantmakers&key=WHIT016&state=%22Michigan%22&from_search=1&total_giving_range=%22$250,000%20to%20$999,999%22&page=3 via FDO Free
G-9460 S. Saginaw St., Ste. A
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Application address: c/o Donald E. Johnson, Jr., Pres., 901 Citizens Bank Bldg., Flint, MI 48502
Telephone : (810) 767-3600
Limitations : Giving primarily in the Genesee County, MI, area, including the city of Flint.
Giving primarily for cultural activities, and for basic needs for people who are underprivileged.
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Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation (Detroit/Buffalo)
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Wolverine Worldwide Foundation
Founded in 1959 to support our charitable initiatives, the Wolverine Worldwide Foundation embodies our belief that we are part of a greater community. One founded on the premise that as we help each other, we build stronger communities and nurture brighter futures. Through the Wolverine Worldwide Foundation, we actively support a multitude of local and national charitable organizations that are committed to safeguarding the environment, promoting education and strengthening the lives of children and their families. We also encourage our employees and associates to become engaged in their communities. Realizing that our collective commitment of time, talent and financial support makes a lasting difference. Together, the Wolverine Worldwide Foundation and our employees contribute not only to our success as a company, but also to the betterment of the communities that we call home.
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Worldwide Christian Schools
This public charity provides funding to churches and other stable, accountable nonprofits to build schools in Third World nations. Support is provided only for Christian education-related projects and programs. The organization is primarily focused on economically disadvantaged children who have limited opportunity for education.
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Young Foundation (Coleman A.)
Coleman A. Young Scholars Program sponsors 4 year, renewable scholarships with a total value of $16,000, payable in annual $4,000 increments. Program focuses on assisting Detroit minority youth.
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Council of Michigan Foundations
Member Web Sites
Over 400 Grantmakers Working Together to Increase, Enhance and Improve Philanthropy in Michigan. This is a list of CMF members by name only. A link is provided for members with websites. For more information about individual grantmakers consult the Michigan Foundation Directory or a comprehensive database such as Foundation Directory Online Professional, both of which are available at Foundation Center Funding Information Network Partner Libraries in Michigan.
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Foundation Center
Aggregate Fiscal Data of Grants from FC 1000 Foundations, to Recipients in Michigan, 2011
Note : You can click on Top 50 Foundations or Top 50 Recipients to create lists. Source: FC Stats.
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The Grantsmanship Center
Community Foundations in Michigan
Community Foundations are nonprofit, tax-exempt, publicly-supported grantmaking organizations. These foundations are public charities, since they develop broad support from many unrelated donors with a wide range of charitable interests in a specific community. A community foundation has an independent board that is broadly representative of the public interest and it maintains a diverse grants program that is not limited in scope. In addition to making grants, these foundations often play a leadership role in their communities, serve as a resource for grant information and broker training and technical assistance for local nonprofits.
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The Grantsmanship Center
Corporate Giving Programs In Michigan
Many corporations feel a sense of responsibility to give back to the communities in which they do business. The following corporations have either direct giving programs, foundations, sponsorship programs, in-kind donations, product donations, volunteer programs, or matching gift programs.
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The Grantsmanship Center
Top Giving Foundations In Michigan
The following list of top giving foundations in Michigan is derived from The Grantsmanship Center'ssm funding databases. All of the foundations listed have been prescreened to ensure that they have a staff, issue RFPs, or otherwise indicate an interest in receiving proposals. This also means that some foundations who give large amounts of money have been omitted because they do not meet these qualifications. A maximum of forty foundations is listed for each state.
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