The Kresge Foundation says it will invest in large-scale Detroit projects that help convert blighted land into mixed-use, mixed-income developments.
Beginning next week, Midtown Detroit and beyond will come alive as the canvas for Art X Detroit: Kresge Arts Experience, a free celebration of Detroit’s thriving arts scene.
A Kresge Foundation Challenge Grant is giving the nonprofit group Neighborhood Service Organization a chance to earn an additional $500,000 if it can raise $750,000 by Dec. 31.
The Kresge Foundation has awarded a $300,000 grant to Lawrence Technological University to consolidate four programs that it already has in Detroit and add additional programs at a new design center in Detroit’s Midtown area.
“Art X Detroit: Kresge Arts Experience” will take over Midtown once again this spring as the free, five-day arts experience celebrates Detroit’s arts scene April 10-14.
The Detroit Revitalization Fellows Program is looking for a few more good men and women to help advance the renewal of Detroit and build upon the ongoing success of its 2011-13 cohort.
Morgan Stanley, Kresge Foundation, LISC Launch $100 Million Investment Fund For Health Care, Affordable Housing
The New York investment firm Morgan Stanley, the Troy-based Krersge Foundation and the New York nonprofit Local Initiatives Support Corp. Monday launched a $100 million investment fund that is designed to expand access to health care and affordable housing for low-income residents and fund critical social services that help link the two in impoverished neighborhoods.
Two Michigan community college are among seven nationwide to pilot new approaches to increase the number of students who earn post-secondary degrees.
The Henry Ford Community College Foundation raised more than $21,000 for the College’s Dreamkeepers Program and as a result, received $10,000 in matching funds from the Troy-based Kresge Foundation.
Nonprofit Enterprise at Work, an agency with offices in Ann Arbor and Detroit aiming to help nonprofits manage themselves more effectively, announced it had received a $75,000 grant from the Kresge Foundation.