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Grants ranging from $1,000 to $25,000 to Michigan nonprofits in communities where the funding source does business for programs in the areas of education, economic development, arts and culture, affordable housing, and critical needs, including health, social needs, and human services.
More details on the program areas are as follows:
Economic Development-Programs, services and capital projects that contribute to the economic vibrancy of the community, job creation, job readiness, and entrepreneurialism.
Arts and Culture-Programs, services and capital projects that contribute to the quality of life, through art, music, theater, sports, and recreation.
Education-Programs and services that assist in the education of youth, school readiness, entrepreneurialism, and financial literacy.
Affordable Housing-Programs, services and capital projects that support first-time home buyers, low and moderate income housing, and foreclosure prevention.
Critical Needs-Programs, services, and capital projects that support health, human services, and social needs.
Grants will be considered for organizations that operate within Chemical Bank’s defined markets and are intended to support capital projects, specific program costs, and seed monies for new programs and initiatives.
Estimated Size of Grant:
Please email the completed form to Foundation@ChemicalBank.com
333 East Main Street, P.O. Box 569
Midland, Michigan 48640-0569