Philanthropy

In The News Heart of Worship Dance Studio is one of 17 organizations receiving a Ruth Mott Foundation grant.
Feature Story Kettering University students are helping to use technology to reduce irrigation costs for the Asbury hoophouse.
Feature Story Scott Middle School students push a delivery of supplies gifted through the Flint Classroom Supply Fund through the newly reopened school.
In The News Students at Scott Middle School check out the new instruments provided through VH1 Save the Music Foundation.

VH1 Save the Music comes to Scott Middle School in Flint


In The News Flint Southwestern Classical Academy
In The News 2018 graduates of Flint Southwestern Academy pose for a photo with Community School Director Mohammed Aboutawila after graduation in June.
Feature Story Community members shovel dirt during a groundbreaking ceremony at the Flint Cultural Center Academy Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 in downtown Flint. The new public, nonprofit charter school will serve students in grades K-8.
In The News Community leaders and dignitaries broke ground on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, on the Flint Cultural Center Academy, a charter school being built through a $35 million donation from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. This image shows the east facade of
Feature Story Charma Dompreh presents her business, Charma's Green Chips, at Flint SOUP during the October event at Factory Two in Flint.
In The News The leadership team at SIPI, which currently has contracts to provide training and to help local organizations build success.

Building Flint's social enterprise and investment systems


In The News The new $5-million Contemporary Craft Wing is set to open April 21 at the Flint Institute of Arts.

See inside the massive Flint Institute of Arts expansion


In The News “With the skills that I've learned with the CNC (manufacturing equipment), I've got three companies who are really interested and ready to hire me on the spot once I finish the program,” says Steve Terry, a student in MCC's Workforce Development Prog
In The News Leon El-Alamin is the founder and executive director of MADE Institute. He uses his own life experiences to help clients build new lives for themselves after being released from prison.

MADE Institute: Building new beginnings after prison


In The News Students at Educare Flint sing, "The Ants Go Marching" during the grand opening celebration Monday, Dec. 11, 2017.

Flint, Michigan is changing the world. Again.


In The News Richard Lipp created the plaster designs and Joe Katrinic, Jr., lead painting efforts to restore the Capitol Theatre in downtown Flint.
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