DETROIT (AP) — Grants worth nearly $19 million are being made to organizations across seven Michigan counties.

The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan says the money will be used in areas such as health, education, arts, the environment, youth, housing and human services.

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra will receive $250,000 over two years to attract new audiences. Another $250,000 is going to the Invest Detroit Foundation to expand a program on entrepreneurial talent.

The Detroit Food Policy Council will receive $10,000 over two years for educational programs focused on urban agriculture and raising chickens.

The Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association will receive $75,000 over two years for in-home care counseling for people affected by dementia.

 

Contact mOppenheimTV

video-banner-fpo
Thank you for your interest in mOppenheimTV. Do you have a question or comment about our programs or services? Please get in touch with us! We welcome any feedback you may have.

Your Name (required)

Your Organization (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Phone (required)

Subject (required) - check any that apply
INSIGHTNonprofit SpotlightPBS CollaborationExecutive SearchOther

Your Message

To submit, please enter the characters below into the bottom field:
[recaptcha class:mtv-recaptcha]

Community Foundation Announces Nearly $19 Million in Grants

AP, Foundations, News |