Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation — based in Flint with offices in Troy; London, England; and Johannesburg, South Africa — began in 1926 by its namesake automotive pioneer, community leader, and philanthropist with a focus on its hometown of Flint, now supports efforts to strengthen communities around the world.
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The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation — based in Flint with offices in Troy; London, England; and Johannesburg, South Africa — began in 1926 by its namesake automotive pioneer, community leader, and philanthropist with a focus on its hometown of Flint, now supports efforts to strengthen communities around the world. By supporting nonprofits dedicated to civil society, education, the environment, and its hometown, the foundation seeks to strengthen what Mott called “the capacity for accomplishment.” In each of its program areas — civil society, education, environment, and Flint area — the foundation aims to inspire and empower individuals to work with their communities in ways that will help them achieve more than they could ever accomplish alone. A century ago, Mott was the largest individual shareholder at General Motors Co. To learn more about Mott, read a DBusiness profile here.

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