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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Hillel of Metropolitan Detroit

Hillel of Metro Detroit (HMD) provides Jewish programming for students and young adults ages 18-29, specifically serving students at Wayne State University and five other college campuses. HMD provides a myriad of programs and opportunities to engage diverse Jewish students and enhance Jewish life on campus.

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Insideout Literary Arts Project

InsideOut is Detroit’s largest literary arts for-impact agency. Since 1995, the group has led more than 50,000 Detroit youth on adventures using poetry as their guide to becoming better students and ultimately more engaged citizens. InsideOut inspires students to think broadly, create bravely and share their voices with the wider world.

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Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

As the major instrument of Jewish philanthropy and engagement in the Detroit area, the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit is a community-driven organization committed to taking care of the needs of the Jewish People and building a vibrant Jewish future, in Metropolitan Detroit, in Israel and around the world.

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The Jewish Fund

The Jewish Fund was established in 1997 from the sale proceeds of Sinai Hospital to the Detroit Medical Center. Sinai Hospital was a Jewish community funded facility that grew into one of metropolitan Detroit’s top health care institutions.

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The Library of Congress

The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.

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Jewish Funders Network

The Jewish Funders Network (JFN) is an international organization of family foundations, public philanthropies, and individual funders dedicated to advancing the quality and growth of philanthropy rooted in Jewish values.

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Jewish Jumpstart

Jumpstart’s mission is to develop, strengthen, and learn from emerging Jewish organizations that build community at the nexus of spirituality, learning, social activism, and culture, in order to transform the broader Jewish community and the world.

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Michigan Association of United Ways

The Michigan Association of United Ways provides leadership in policy influence and capacity building to affect positive change in local communities. By engaging leaders around the state, the organization helps strengthen communities big and small.

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Michigan Good Food Fund

Michigan Good Food Fund is a $30 million public-private partnership loan fund that provides financing to good food enterprises who are working to increase access to affordable, healthy food in low-income and underserved communities in Michigan.

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Michigan’s Children

Michigan's Children, founded in 1992, is the state’s only multi-issue, nonpartisan and nonprofit advocacy organization ensuring children have a voice in the creation of sound public policy.

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Michigan State University

The mission of Michigan State University’s Lester & Jewell Morris Hillel Jewish Student Center is to enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Together, this group builds a new generation of Jewish leaders.