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A foundation linked to CMS Energy Corp. awarded $125,000 on Wednesday for renovations to Traverse City’s State Theatre, home of Michael Moore’s annual film festival.
An art and design graduate of the University of Michigan and her husband are making a $32.5 million donation to her former program, the school announced Thursday.
Congressman Thaddeus McCotter of Michigan plans to donate his leftover campaign money to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.
Siemens Industry Inc. and its Industry Automation Division has partnered with the non-profit FIRST in Michigan to support its goal of creating a world where science and technology are celebrated.
An alarm company plans to make a $200 donation to the Detroit Public Safety Foundation every time police in the city catch burglary suspects while responding to one of its alarms.
Pay Anywhere, the mobile payment division of the payment processing firm North American Bancard, said Monday it had donated a tablet computer to every student at Cranbrook’s Brookside Lower School.
Challenge Detroit, a national initiative focused on revitalizing Detroit by attracting young entrepreneurs to the city, said Thursday that Credit Acceptance Corp. chairman and founder, Donald A. Foss, has personally pledged $500,000 to the Challenge Detroit effort.
Verizon Wireless announced that it donated more than 3.5 million minutes of service and gave more than $350,000 in grants in 2011 to Michigan shelters and other organizations as part of its overall commitment to preventing domestic violence and putting resources into the hands of survivors.
The Chrysler Foundation Thursday named 22 FIRST Robotics and FIRST Lego League teams as recipients as $133,000 in grants.