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New publication to serve as springboard for community conversations.
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AmeriCorps member Jani Toney, who serves with the Flint Recovery Corps, finds passion for helping kids.
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A regional grantmaking strategy improved rivers and changed the narrative about freshwater management in the Southeastern United States.
A Mott Foundation program that pumped $35 million into six Southeastern U.S. states helped strengthen environmental groups, improve several rivers.
In a new Mott Perspectives piece, Ridgway White shares his thoughts on the growing humanitarian crisis at our nation’s doorstep.
The Mott Foundation today announced several staff transitions. This spring we added new staff, announced promotions and bid farewell to eight retirees.
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Flint’s AmeriCorps NCCC teams joined 130 local members to clean up a city neighborhood to mark Michigan’s AmeriCorps Russ Mawby Signature Service Project.
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The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and others are tackling the interrelated issues of drinking water quality, affordability and aging infrastructure.
The post Five years after Flint water crisis began, drinking water issues remain a priority appeared first on Mott Foundation.