CareTech Solutions, an IT and Web products and services provider for more than 200 U.S. hospitals, announced a new corporate philanthropy project that will complement the company’s trade show activities called CareTech Cares.
Trivalent Group, a leading Michigan technology firm, today announced Catherine’s Health Center as the top award recipient of CompassionIT (pronounced “compassionate”). The philanthropic initiative, originally intended to donate $30,000 in free technology and support services to Michigan nonprofits, was able to nearly double the award thanks to a donation by its premier sponsor, Zenith Infotech Ltd.
A week after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the east coast, the world’s largest property restoration company Belfor, based in Birmingham Mich., is hauling truckloads of supplies from Metro Detroit into the disaster zone.
As a symbol of gratitude and recognition of the vision of Penny and E. Roe Stamps, the University of Michigan Board of Regents approved Thursday the renaming of the art-and-design school to the Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design.
Wednesday marks the unveiling of the Fifth Anniversary Edition of “Who’s Who in Black Detroit,” a publication that shines the spotlight on the achievements of African-Americans in the Detroit area.
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation has given a $1.3 million grant to Genesee County Parks & Recreation Commission to keep its struggling park system up and running.
Michigan has the nation’s second-highest unemployment rate and one in every four Michigan residents relies on some form of government assistance. A new national philanthropy known as Michigan Corps wants to change that.