Philanthropy

In The News With the under-renovation Capitol Theatre in the background, Phil Hagerman talks about the importance of Flint Homecoming 2017 at a press conference Wednesday, June 28, 2017.
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  By offering low-cost  and innovative designs, Divide Design is able to cater to entrepreneurs, start-ups, and non-profit spaces like the Ferris Wheel downtown and the Lean Rocket Lab in Jackson, MI.
Feature Story Best Food Forward giveaway Oct. 29 at McMonagle Elementary.

How schools are closing out 2019 with holiday generosity


In The News Hurley's 11th annual Pink Night Palooza garnered record funds that will go towards their Breast Cancer Patient Navigation program.

Over $170,000 raised through Hurley breast cancer awareness event


In The News Whaley Sign

$100K helps let Whaley kids be kids


In The News farmers market

Nutrition initiative creates health habits among Flint kids


In The News William S. White receiving the first-ever Philanthropy Compass Prize from the European Foundation Centre in 2009. Photo by Andreas Franke.

Thank you, Bill White. For everything.


Feature Story Civic Park Sign 1

A sure sign of civic pride in Civic Park


In The News Ubuntu Village extends out in a 3-block radius from the Urban Renaissance Center offices at Joy Tabernacle Church
In The News Volunteers gather on the playground equipment at Bassett Park for its grand opening July 27, 2019.
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