Public Benefit Grants Funding in Michigan

Michigan’s grant-making foundations have made a variety of grants to organizations that provide public benefit related programs and services. Some of the nonprofits that receive these funds provide programs and support to local and county governments, grants for public administration, public finance, citizen participation, military and veteran’s organizations, public transportation, telecommunications, financial institutions, credit unions,…

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Social Science Grants Funding in Michigan

Social Sciences cover many purposes and programs, such as anthropology, sociology, economics, behavioral science, political science, population studies, law and jurisprudence, interdisciplinary research, Black Studies, Women’s Studies, ethnic studies, urban studies, international studies, gerontology and labor studies. Michigan’s grant making foundations have made a variety of grants to fund these initiatives and support organizations that…

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Recreation and Sports Grants Funding in Michigan

Michigan grant-funding foundations support 2,060 nonprofits that provide programs and services in sports and recreation. Some sports and recreation nonprofits are extremely large and receive substantial grant monies, such as the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, Inc., having received almost $13 MILLION in 2013 in organization income. In reality, the majority of recreation and sports organizations operating…

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