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Corporate Partner/Sponsor Spotlight: Henry Ford Macomb Hospital

July 29, 2021 Blog Post

Since its beginnings as the East side's first hospital in 1899, Henry Ford Macomb Hospital has been a leader in advancing medicine and partnering with the Macomb County community to improve the health of those we serve. 


Grants Database Now Available in Macomb County

July 27, 2021 Blog Post

Advancing Macomb and the Clinton-Macomb Public Library have teamed up to provide access to the Foundation Directory Online (FDO) in Macomb County. FDO by Candid, is the most extensive, up-to-date database of philanthropic giving available.


Partnership with Michigan Community Service Commission Promotes Volunteerism

July 27, 2021 Blog Post

Advancing Macomb was chosen to be one of 13 organizations in the state to partner with the Michigan Community Service Commission (MCSC) to launch the Michigan Community Resilience Program. The MCSC, which utilizes service as a strategy to address the state's most pressing issues and empowers volunteers to strengthen communities, awarded a total of $200,000 in grants among those nonprofits to aid in COVID-19 response and recovery.


Corporate Partner/Sponsor Spotlight: Warner Norcross + Judd

April 16, 2021 Blog Post

One of the largest law firms in Michigan, Warner Norcross + Judd, invests annually to support community programs primarily in the firm’s five principal giving categories: arts and culture, economic development, health and human services, diversity, equity and inclusion, and legal aid. Attorneys and staff volunteer, hold leadership positions and contribute financially to organizations focused on the arts and performing arts, housing, racial equity and justice, children and youth, physical and mental health, LGBTQ+, women’s issues, food insecurity and other areas that resonate personally.


Community Innovation Workshops Bring New Ideas

April 16, 2021 Blog Post

Advancing Macomb is working with EmcArts on second program working in complex community change here in Macomb County. The Community Innovation Workshops (CIW) are centered on building adaptive capacity for change and innovation through the lens of the real issues of each organization and community member taking part.