Detroit nonprofits awarded $510,000 for employment programs
- Grant stems from $10 million effort, spanning three years, led by Citi Foundation and LISC
- Funding will go toward expanding support for unemployed Detroit residents
The Citi Foundation, which focuses on economic progress, and New York City-based community development nonprofit Local Initiatives Support Corp. awarded the grant and technical support to Focus: Hope, Operation Able, and SER Metro-Detroit through the Bridges to Career Opportunities program, according to a news release.
The funding stems from a broader $10 million effort, spanning three years, led by Citi Foundation and LISC to deepen the Bridges program’s reach across the country.
The nonprofits are among 40 community-based nonprofits to be awarded funding through the Bridges program.
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