One of the first low-profit limited liability corporations, or L3Cs, in Michigan, ardentCause, has received funding from Southfield-based Mission Throttle L3C, and the Detroit Development Fund.
The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom news from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
The Midland Information Technology Consortium is partnering with the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation to provide new computer workstations to nearly 600 area health and human service providers.
Michigan nonprofit organizations received $3.8 million in contributions in 2011 from Consumers Energy, its employees, retirees, philanthropic arm, and the utility’s parent company, CMS Energy.
Southfield-based PublicCity PR showed off a couple dozen Michigan entrepreneurial and nonprofit success stories Monday in what it dubbed the “Great Lakes Showcase” at the Southfield Westin.
The Novi public relations, marketing and social media firm Shazaaam Public Relations has closed the nominations for its $1 million services giveaway to nonprofits, and is now asking the public to vote for their favorite recipients online.
Verizon Thursday announced its commitment to nine Oakland County nonprofits with donations amounting to $119,600 including grant money to four organizations dedicated to ending domestic violence.
ArdentCause L3C, a Michigan technology company devoted to the nonprofit industry, Tuesday announced two more milestones in the venture’s growth.
The credit card processor International Bancard has introduced UCaughtMyEye.com, a new national referral program that aims to raise money for nonprofits, college students and the underemployed.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions