Grant Partners 2017-12-11T19:06:22+00:00

Grant Partners

Prospective Grant Partners

As you can imagine, we receive far more requests for assistance than can be accommodated with limited funds. With the exception of special projects, the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation is accepting applications by invitation only. An organization interested in having the Foundation review a program in alignment with our mission and current impact areas is encouraged to submit an initial letter of inquiry by creating an account in our database.

If you would like to submit a letter of inquiry, click below to begin.

Apply Now

Prospective Grant Partners

As you can imagine, we receive far more requests for assistance than can be accommodated with limited funds. With the exception of special projects, the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation is accepting applications by invitation only. An organization interested in having the Foundation review a program in alignment with our mission and current impact areas is encouraged to submit an initial letter of inquiry by creating an account in our database.

If you would like to submit a letter of inquiry, click below to begin.

Apply Now

Current Grant Partners

At the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, we are committed to providing an equitable, transparent and responsive grant partner experience. We encourage all current grant partners to work directly with our program staff for support in any of the stages of our granting cycle, including: proposal review, grant agreement submission, reporting guidelines, stewardship materials and post-grant reflection.

If you have a Fluxx account with us, click below to log in.

Log In

Current Grant Partners

At the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, we are committed to providing an equitable, transparent and responsive grant partner experience. We encourage all current grant partners to work directly with our program staff for support in any of the stages of our granting cycle, including: proposal review, grant agreement submission, reporting guidelines, stewardship materials and post-grant reflection.

If you have a Fluxx account with us, click below to log in.

Log In

Grant Partner List

Browse our Grant Partners by choosing a category below, or scroll down to see the complete alphabetical list of current and past partners.

2017-12-10T19:11:32+00:00

Abataka

With operations in Zambia and US offices in Arizona, Abataka is a qualified non-profit organization that provides economic and educational opportunities otherwise unavailable to vulnerable women and girls in Africa and elsewhere.

2017-11-29T16:01:28+00:00

American Friends of ORR Shalom Inc.

Orr Shalom is Israel’s largest non-profit organization providing residential and therapeutic services to children and youth at risk who have been removed from their homes by the social welfare services due to severe abuse and/or neglect.

2017-11-29T16:01:43+00:00

American Research Center In Egypt

ARCE was established in 1948 as a consortium of American universities, museums, and individuals dedicated to scholarly research in Egypt.The American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) was established in 1948 by a collection of American universities dedicated to scholarly research in Egypt.

2017-11-29T16:29:39+00:00

Amherst H. Wilder Foundation

The Amherst H. Wilder Foundation is a nonprofit community organization that helps children, families and older adults in the greater Saint Paul and East Metro area through direct service programs, research, leadership development and community building.

2017-11-29T15:59:28+00:00

Artesian Farms

Artesian Farms provides sustainably-grown, pesticide-free, non-GMO, produce at fair prices.  Its crops are harvested by hand and grown in Detroit, year-round through its indoor farming systems. Artesian Farms is also dedicated to providing meaningful opportunities and relationships to the people in its surrounding neighborhood, Brightmoor, northwest Detroit.  Currently 100% of its team is made up of people who live in Brightmoor.

2017-11-29T16:03:02+00:00

Art Road Nonprofit Corporation

Art Road Nonprofit is the only social impact organization in Michigan actively bringing art class back into schools for the entire school year as part of the regular curriculum. Art Road's Mission is that children throughout Southeastern Michigan have access to art instruction. Currently, Art Road is providing art class to 1,270 students that lack art in their curriculum.

2017-11-29T16:03:23+00:00

Artplace America

ArtPlace America (ArtPlace) is a ten-year collaboration among a number of foundations, federal agencies, and financial institutions that works to position arts and culture as a core sector of comprehensive community planning and development in order to help strengthen the social, physical, and economic fabric of communities.

2017-11-29T16:30:04+00:00

Birthright Israel Foundation

Birthright Israel began with a bold idea—offering a free, life-changing trip to Israel to young Jewish adults between the ages of 18 and 26 and, in doing so, transforming the Jewish future. The organization’s mission is to give every Jewish young adult around the world, especially the unaffiliated, the opportunity to visit Israel.

2017-11-30T18:16:26+00:00

Brightmoor Alliance

The Brightmoor Alliance is a coalition of nearly 50 organizations dedicated to serving northwest Detroit’s Brightmoor community. Together, the Alliance pursues a vision for the community that is built on faith and provides opportunities for all residents of this community to pray, grow, learn, thrive and play.

2017-11-29T16:05:51+00:00

City Year

City Year works to bridge the gap in high-poverty communities between the support that students actually need, and what their schools are designed and resourced to provide. In doing so, City Year is helping to increase graduation rates across the country, and changing the lives of the students served.

2017-12-10T18:25:11+00:00

College For Creative Studies

The College for Creative Studies (CCS) is a private, fully accredited college of art and design with nearly 1,400 students from around the world enrolled pursuing Bachelor of Fine Arts or Master of Fine Arts degrees.

2017-11-29T16:30:50+00:00

Community Capital Management

The CCM Economic Development Bond Fund LLC: The State of Michigan Impact Series (the Fund) is a high credit quality vehicle making fixed income investments in support of community economic development in the State of Michigan. The Fund puts social impact in the forefront and through reporting and detailed metrics, investors will be able to demonstrate specific social return.

2017-11-29T16:10:20+00:00

Community Foundation For Southeast Michigan

Formed in 1984, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan promotes and facilitates community philanthropy in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, Washtenaw, Livingston, and St. Claire counties. The Community Foundation helps individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations and other foundations meet their charitable and financial goals by providing tools and resources that make giving to one's community easier, flexible and effective.

2017-11-29T16:10:42+00:00

Council For A Strong America

Council for a Strong America is a national, bipartisan nonprofit that unites five organizations comprised of law enforcement leaders, retired admirals and generals, business executives, pastors, and prominent coaches and athletes who promote solutions that ensure our next generation of Americans will be citizen-ready.

2017-11-29T16:11:06+00:00

CultureSource

CultureSource is a professional association comprised of 115+ organizations serving the region as for-impact enterprises for the arts and culture. The group works to advance the missions and works of each of our members by helping them connect with new people and audiences, with each other, and with new opportunities.

2017-11-29T16:11:27+00:00

Curtis Institute Of Music

The Curtis Institute of Music educates and trains exceptionally gifted young musicians to engage a local and global community through the highest level of artistry. It provides full-tuition scholarships to all of its students, ensuring that admissions are based solely on artistic promise. Curtis provides complete and diversified musical training, plus liberal arts courses.

2018-01-03T18:56:39+00:00

Detroit Community Loan Fund

Detroit Community Loan Fund (DCLF) is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) and low-profit limited liability company (L3C), created by Detroit Development Fund and Invest Detroit. DCLF finances small businesses headquartered in the city of Detroit which have traditionally faced obstacles in obtaining financing, but have demonstrated growth potential.

2017-11-29T16:11:44+00:00

Detroit Historical Society

The Detroit Historical Society leaders founded the Detroit Historical Museum in 1928 and are the day-to-day managers of both that museum and the Dossin Great Lakes Museum and the more than 250,000 artifacts held in these collections.

2017-11-29T16:12:04+00:00

Detroit Land Bank Authority

The Detroit Land Bank Authority (DLBA) is working to eliminate blight in Detroit in order to stabilize neighborhoods and improve quality of life for local residents. Brightmoor is among the many communities that benefit from the DLBA’s blight removal efforts.

2017-12-11T18:57:22+00:00

Detroit Venture Partners

Detroit Venture Partners backs seed and early stage startup teams and looks for founders who are creative, disciplined, and trustworthy. They offer mentorship and connections throughout the Quicken Loans Family of Companies, and to the broader businesses and leaders committed to seeing Detroit’s entrepreneurs succeed.

248.415.1444 info@mmfisher.org Two Towne Square
Suite 920
Southfield, MI 48076