Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation: $1000 grants awarded regularly for ‘awesome’ projects in Washtenaw County!!

Ann Arbor is now home to a branch of the Boston-based micro-philanthropic organization –The Awesome Foundation. Called A2Awesome, the group will be meeting… [more]

Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation:  $1000 grants awarded regularly for ‘awesome’ projects in Washtenaw County!! Ann Arbor Awesome Foundation:  $1000 grants awarded regularly for 'awesome' projects in Washtenaw County!!

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The Ann Arbor Branch of NAACP to hold its 2014 Freedom Fund Dinner

2014 FFD Flyer-1Ann Arbor Branch NAACP Freedom Fund DinnerSunday, November 2, 2014 4:00 p.m.Ann Arbor Sheraton HotelTheme: “All in for Justice”Speaker: Elizabeth D. WhittakerEducator Social Justice Advocate WriterTickets - $50.00Tickets may be reserved by calling the NAACP answering service:(734) 761-9084Please support a Freedom Fund Scholar for $35.00.*All contributions received by October 28, 2014 will be noted in the program.image.jpg (24 KB) … [Read More...]

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Educator, Civic Leader, and Long-Time Ann Arborite Dies at 98

  The Passing of Herb Ellis, Emeritus RotarianBy the Rotary Club of Ann ArborOra Herbert (Herb) Ellis, Sr. March 23, 1916 - July 10, 2014Herb Ellis passed away recently at the age of 98. He joined the Rotary Club of Ann Arbor in 1963, In 1983 he received the Distinguished Service Award, the Club's highest honor. Included with the award was a Paul Harris Fellowship. As his health diminished in his later years, he was one of the first members to be elected to Emeritus status.Visitation … [Read More...]

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation Seeking New President & CEO

Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation President & CEO Job Description In 2013 the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation celebrated its 50th Anniversary and awarded a record $3.4 million in grants and scholarships, while receiving over $6.3 million in new gifts from more than 1,600 donors. AAACF currently manages over $76 million in total assets and more than 475 charitable funds on the community?s behalf. The Community Foundation has two geographic affiliates: the Ypsilanti Area Community … [Read More...]

Black Chamber of Commerce holding political forum for 2014 elections

On July 19th, the Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Black Chamber of Commerce will host a meet-the-candidates day at Washtenaw Community College. Minority business owners and community members will have an opportunity to address candidates who are running for office in the 2014 elections, with their questions, comments and concerns. Candidates will share their platforms, qualifications, track records, and where they stand on issues of importance to area African American and other minority communities. This … [Read More...]

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Ann Arbor Native, Nelson Taylor, Dies at 64

Nelson Taylor, Ann Arbor native, passed away June 8, 2014 after a long illness. James and Julie Taylor moved their family from Brownsville, Tennessee to Ann Arbor in 1942 and lived in what is now considered "the old west side." Nelson Taylor was the youngest son of that union and worked for a time in Washtenaw County's Juvenile Division. Nelson was preceded in death by three brothers: James Taylor,Donnie Taylor, and Michael Taylor and four sisters: Carolyn Ginyard, Jeannette Hall, Alma … [Read More...]

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