The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation is pleased to announce two promotions within its Education grantmaking program. Benita Melton has been named program director, and Gwynn Hughes has been promoted to senior program officer.
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation is awarding a $100,000 grant to the United Way of Genesee County to provide free water filters to Flint residents who are concerned about lead in their drinking water. The filters are part of a stopgap solution until government officials find a permanent remedy.
A beloved community landmark in Flint, Michigan, gets a facelift — and a second chance — with help from a $1,750,000 grant from Mott.
Its growing role as a center of community life in Mott’s hometown has helped the Flint Farmers’ Market earn a spot on the American Planning Association’s list of 15 Great Places in America.
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