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Kresge gives $1.6 million to local non-profits in efforts to revitalize neighborhoods

Last week, Kresge Foundation announced that it awarded a total of $1.6 million to 18 different non-profit organizations in a continued effort to help strengthen Detroit neighborhoods. The Kresge Innovative Project is aligned with the Detroit Future City strategic framework, a long-range blueprint for city and neighborhood revitalization in Detroit initiated in 2013.

With all of the recent efforts to expand the business and commercial industry in midtown and downtown Detroit, it is imperative that the neighborhoods are also revived. Click here to read the article, which includes the list of the 18 non-profits scheduled to receive funding.

Non-profits geared at neighborhood revitalization? Residents? Neighborhood business owners? What are your thoughts?

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