Michigan nonprofits who provide programming to lift people out of poverty can apply to receive grant funding from the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity.
- $15 million was allotted for the MI Impact Grant.
- The program will prioritize partnerships with larger nonprofits.
- Larger nonprofits could receive one-time grant funds between $1 to $2 million to create or expand programming supporting disproportionally impacted communities.
- Applications must be submitted by noon on Friday, June 23.
- The grant program supports Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s MI New Economy plan that set a goal of lifting 100,000 families out of working poverty over the next five years.
- It also supports the recommendations of the Michigan Poverty Task Force.
For more information, or to apply, please click here.