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In The News In a collaborative effort, Genesee Health System will be operating the Behavioral Health Emergency Center program supported by Hurley’s Emergency Department where they plan to address the needs of the entire community.
In The News 100 years after being founded, this original building remains the main academic building at Kettering University.
Feature Story In 2018 there were 2,440 recorded victims of domestic violence in Genesee County according to Michigan Incident Crime Reporting.
In The News Nonprofits are known to rely on social events for fundraising, which can present obstacles with social distancing efforts taking priority for Covid-19 responses.

Community Foundation announces relief fund for local nonprofits


In The News Attendees are encouraged to buy new comics and donate kid-friendly comics as a way to get more Flint children excited about reading and exploring comics. The comics donated at the event will go to the Sylvester Broome Empowerment Village.
In The News A record-breaking 1,297 children and caregivers visited Flints Children’s Museum during one of their free access days on Presidents Day, December 24.
In The News Principal Kevelin Jones at Doyle Ryder Elementary leading a mindful moment with his students in the Mindfulness room.
In The News Flint community leaders dig into the ceremonial plot of dirt to the usher in the construction of Kettering University's Learning Commons.
In The News Gift of Life presented the HRSA Gold Award to Hurley Medical Center for their work on adding over 300 people to the Michigan Organ Donor Registry
In The News Kady Yellow is stepping into a newly created position within Flint’s Downtown Development Authority to bring more diversity and inclusivity to Flint’s ever-growing downtown scene.
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