Michigan Nonprofits Benefit from $323,000 in Grants


As a result of $323,000 in grants, 17 Michigan nonprofit organizations expanded digital literacy and promoted the importance of community service from the Comcast Foundation in 2015.

 “Comcast is one of the companies in our business community that is committed to service, assisting non-profit groups that give a hand to people across our state,” says governor Rick Snyder.

The organizations receiving Comcast Foundation grants in 2015 include:

City Year Detroit ($100,000)

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit ($30,000)

Arab Community Center for Economic & Social Services (Dearborn) ($25,000)

Association of Chinese Americans (Madison Heights) ($25,000)

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Lakeshore (Muskegon) ($15,000)

100 Black Men of Greater Detroit, Inc. ($15,000)

Grand Rapids Urban League, Inc. ($13,000)

Boys and Girls Clubs of Muskegon Lakeshore ($10,000)

Cristo Rey Community Center (Lansing) ($10,000)

Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation ($10,000)

Girl Scouts of Southeast Michigan ($10,000)

Southwestern Michigan Urban League (Battle Creek) ($10,000)

Thumb Industries, Inc. (Bad Axe) ($10,000)

Turning Point (Lansing) ($10,000)

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Flint ($10,000)

Big Brothers Big Sisters A Community of Caring (Battle Creek) ($10,000)

Hispanic Center of Western Michigan, Inc. ($10,000)


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