Advancing Macomb provides the leadership and resources needed to solve community challenges in Macomb County, Michigan. By mobilizing our collective assets, we act as a conduit between opportunity and need. We strive to enrich the lives for residents and create a thriving environment in which to live, learn, work, recreate, and innovate.Learn More
Ways to Help
Our goal is simple: to ignite collaboration among people and organizations who care about Macomb County. No matter your income, skills, abilities, or background – public, private, nonprofit – individual or as a group, you can get involved in finding lasting solutions to community challenges.
Make a difference today by donating to the Advancing Macomb Community Investment Fund or if you have a specific cause that you are passionate about – contact us! We can work with you to find ways to amplify your impact!
Help make a difference in Macomb County. Whether short term or long term, routine tasks to skilled labor, organizations are seeking your help.
Advancing Macomb recognizes the critical work of nonprofit organizations in improving quality of life in our communities. We work to be a champion for the nonprofit sector, build collaboration and connect resources that help organizations achieve their mission.
Our county and municipal partners collaborate on connecting resources, and help Advancing Macomb identify priority areas. We also provide services related to fundraising, volunteerism, and data collection to those same partners.
The private sector plays a vital role in supporting community development, build nonprofit capacity and amplify impact. From board service and skills-based volunteerism to sponsorships and corporate giving, you can boost your own skills while strengthening mission driven work.
Advancing Macomb is Macomb County’s conduit for collaborative community solutions. We are a 501c3 organization that provides the philanthropic model and leadership needed to:
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In the News
January 27, 2024 - Macomb Daily - Motor City Rockers’ hockey jerseys appear to be a hot commodity. Even the ugly ones. That is evident by the donations that the minor league professional hockey team has been making to local charities. Among the latest recipients is Advancing Macomb, a nonprofit organization that works to solve community challenges and enrich the lives of community members, which received a donation of $1,500 during a home game at Big Boy Arena in Fraser. The donation was garnered through an online auction of jerseys designed to look like ugly Christmas sweaters that players wore during a home game sponsored by Bell’s Brewery.
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