Design Core Detroit unites government, academia, the private and philanthropic sectors and community development groups to elevate and expand the role of Detroit’s design-driven industries – some 80,000 workers and $9 billion in wages – and strengthen the overall economy.More about this grant »
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SCORE, which helps small businesses, lands a big grant
The Detroit chapter of SCORE, the nation’s largest nonprofit business mentoring network, receives the largest grant ever awarded to a network chapter to support its Ann Arbor and Macomb County offices and open a new office in Flint, Michigan.
Artspace celebrates Connector development, new Arts and Technology Learning Lab
Funders, city officials, civic leaders and others gathered with artists, young and old, to celebrate a milestone moment in the development of the City Hall Artspace Lofts in Dearborn, a project of Artspace, the national nonprofit developer of artist-oriented real estate.
Detroit Jewish News Foundation’s William Davidson Archive finds a permanent home at U-M Bentley Historical Library.
The University of Michigan‘s Bentley Historical Library has become the permanent home of the William Davidson Digital Archive of Jewish Detroit History, the archive of the Detroit Jewish News and its predecessor, the Detroit Jewish Chronicle, which began in 1916.
Sefaria is a nonprofit organization, established in 2013, to advance the future of Jewish learning by digitizing and offering Jewish texts, in Hebrew and English translations. Sefaria’s founders, the best-selling author Joshua Foer and Google project manager Brett Lockspeiser, envisioned a world in which any interested person could have unfettered access to the entire Jewish canon.More about this grant »