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1 National Service in Michigan MEETING COMMUNITY NEEDS IN MICHIGAN More than 13,000 people of all ages and backgrounds are helping to meet local needs, strengthen communities, and increase civic engagement through national service in Michigan. Serving at more than 2,000 locations throughout the state, these citizens tutor and mentor children, support veterans and military families, provide health services, restore the environment, respond to disasters, increase economic opportunity, and recruit and manage volunteers. This year, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) will commit more than $28,640,000 to support Michigan communities through national service initiatives. CNCS invests in cost-effective community solutions--working hand in hand with local partners to improve lives, expand economic opportunity, and engage citizens in solving problems in their communities. Serving in many of the state's most impoverished communities, CNCS provides vital support to schools, food banks, homeless shelters, community health clinics, youth centers, veterans service facilities, and other nonprofit and faith-based organizations at a time of growing demand for services. Through a unique public-private partnership, this federal investment will leverage an additional $15,700,000 in other resources to strengthen community impact, build local support, and increase return on taxpayer dollars. AmeriCorps: This year AmeriCorps will provide more than 1,800 individuals the opportunity to provide intensive, results-driven service to meet education, environmental, health, economic, and other pressing needs in communities across Michigan. Most AmeriCorps grant funding goes to the Michigan Community Service Commission, which in turn awards grants to nonprofit groups to respond to local needs. Most of the remainder of the grant funding is distributed by CNCS directly to multi-state and national organizations through a competitive grants process. Other individuals serve through AmeriCorps VISTA, whose members help bring individuals and communities out of poverty by serving full-time to fight illiteracy, improve health services, create businesses, and increase housing opportunities, and AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps), a 10-month, full time residential program for men and women between the ages of 18 and 24. In exchange for their service, AmeriCorps members earn an education award that can be used to pay for college or to pay back qualified student loans. Since 1994, more than 24,000 Michigan residents have served more than 29 million hours and have qualified for Segal AmeriCorps Education Awards totaling more than $73,840,000. Senior Corps: More than 11,000 seniors in Michigan contribute their time and talents in one of three Senior Corps programs. Foster Grandparents serve one-on-one as tutors and mentors to more than 5,500 young people who have special needs. Senior Companions help more than 2,100 homebound seniors and other adults maintain independence in their own homes. RSVP volunteers conduct safety patrols, renovate homes, protect the environment, tutor and mentor youth, respond to natural disasters, and provide other services through more than 1,100 groups across Michigan. Social Innovation Fund: The Social Innovation Fund transforms lives and communities using limited federal investment as a catalyst to grow the impact of nonprofits with evidence of strong results. It harnesses the expertise of grantmaking intermediaries to identify, evaluate and expand effective nonprofits and engages funding partners to contribute nearly three dollars to every one federal dollar invested. As the Social Innovation Fund network grows programs that work in Michigan, more people are able to overcome their most pressing challenges in the areas of economic opportunity, health, and youth development. The Social Innovation Fund is investing $2,740,000 in expanding the impact of 19 nonprofits in Michigan, selected and supported by 1 intermediary. The Corporation for National and Community Service is a federal agency that improves lives, strengthens communities, and fosters civic engagement through service and volunteering. CNCS annually engages more than five million Americans in service to meet local needs through Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and national days of service; improves communities through the Social Innovation Fund, and leads President Obama's national call to service initiative, United We Serve. To learn more visit NationalService.gov or Serve.gov or call or TTY Information on this page reflects active programs as of March 11, 2013

2 Michigan At a Glance AmeriCorps Projects Service Locations Participants 1 Education Scholarships 2 Program Funding AmeriCorps National $1,352,379 $1,083,085 3 AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects AmeriCorps State Competitive $2,711,131 $3,015,863 AmeriCorps State Formula $1,755,224 $4,135,491 AmeriCorps VISTA $1,132,200 $3,245,436 AMERICORPS TOTAL ,870 $6,950,935 $11,479,875 Senior Corps Projects Service Locations Participants Education Scholarships Program Funding Foster Grandparent Program ,638 - $3,899,432 RSVP 25 1,194 8,896 - $1,482,373 Senior Companion Program $1,168,922 Senior Demonstration Program SENIOR CORPS TOTAL 55 1,678 11,190 - $6,550,727 Social Innovation Fund Projects Service Locations Participants Education Scholarships Program Funding Intermediary Grantmakers Nonprofit Subgrantees $2,747,362 SOCIAL INNOVATION FUND TOTAL $2,747,362 Other Funding Projects Service Locations Participants Education Scholarships Program Funding Disability Outreach $124,079 State Commission Operations Support $311,791 Volunteer Generation Fund $479,552 OTHER FUNDING TOTAL $915,422 PROGRAM TOTALS 158 2,054 13,060 $6,950,935 $21,693,386 TOTAL CNCS FUNDING (including Segal AmeriCorps Education Awards) $28,644,321 TOTAL LOCAL PROGRAM SUPPORT (Non-CNCS Resources) $15,700,504 5 TOTAL CNCS FUNDING + TOTAL LOCAL PROGRAM SUPPORT $44,344,825 Notes: The data shown represents a snapshot in time. CNCS project sites, participants, and funding change throughout the year, so the data may not reflect current conditions. 1 This figure represents the number of awarded positions available to be filled in the program year. For AmeriCorps VISTA, this represents the actual number of VISTA members in active service. 2 This figure represents the maximum potential value of Segal AmeriCorps Education Awards that can be earned by AmeriCorps members serving in Michigan. The award can be used in any state to pay for college, graduate school, vocational training, or to pay back student loans. The education award total is included in total CNCS funding. 3 AmeriCorps National figures may include national programs headquartered in the state and/or operating sites of national programs that are headquartered in other states. Funding reflects the estimated proportionate share of the national grant associated with operating sites in this report. Some national organizations do not report operating site data, or it was not available at time of publishing, so figures may not reflect current conditions. 4 Michigan is served by the AmeriCorps NCCC campus located in Vinton, Iowa. In the past year, AmeriCorps NCCC teams have served on projects in Oscoda, Traverse City, Marquette, Escanaba, Rudyard, Pontiac, Jackson, Augusta, Oxford. 5 As part of its public-private partnership approach, CNCS requires grantees to leverage additional resources to strengthen community impact and increase the return on the federal investment. This figure reflects non-cncs cash and in-kind resources that CNCS grantees and project sponsors have committed to raise to support their programming activities across the state. Information on this page reflects active programs as of March 11, 2013

3 AmeriCorps in Michigan AMERICORPS TOTALS 1,870 PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Program/Project Name Ann Arbor Building Economic Independence (Current) Community Action Network Ann Arbor Institute for Community Based Research (Current) Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living Ann Arbor Jumpstart Ann Arbor at University of Michigan (Current) Jumpstart for Young Children, Inc. Ann Arbor University of Michigan (Current) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Augusta Sherman Lake YMCA (April 11, Current) Sherman Lake YMCA Augusta Sherman Lake YMCA (March 12 - May 11, 2012) Sherman Lake YMCA Augusta Sherman Lake YMCA (September 10 - November 2, 2012) Sherman Lake YMCA Benton Harbor Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency (Completed) Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency Benton Harbor YouthBuild Benton Harbor, MI (Completed) YouthBuild USA, Inc. Charlevoix Char-Em ISD AmeriCorps Program - 06AFHMI001 Continuation (Current) Charlevoix-Emmet ISD Charlevoix Char-Em ISD AmeriCorps Program (Completed) Charlevoix-Emmet ISD Charlevoix Char-Em ISD Michigan's AmeriCorps Program (Current) Charlevoix-Emmet ISD Dearborn ACCESS (Current) Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services Dearborn IMPACT Program (Completed) Child's Hope AmeriCorps Urban Safety Program (Current) Wayne State University Building Wealth in (Current) City Connect Center for Empowerment and Economic Development (Completed) Center For Empowerment & Economic Development City Year - NATL (Current) City Year, Inc. City Year (Current) City Year, Inc. COTS/DCH (Completed) Coalition on Temporary Shelter Parent Network (Completed) Parent Network Youth Energy Squad (Current) WARM Training Center Youth Violence Prevention VISTA Initiative (Current) City of Eldercare Capacity Building for Southwest (Current) Bridging Communities, Inc. Employment and Empowerment (Current) Jewish Vocational Service Gleaners Community Food Bank (Current) Share Our Strength's Cooking Matters Greening of (Current) The Greening of 5 AmeriCorps VISTA 65 AmeriCorps National 28 AmeriCorps National 11 AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects 21 AmeriCorps National - AmeriCorps State Formula 10 AmeriCorps State Formula 10 AmeriCorps State Formula 3 AmeriCorps VISTA 47 AmeriCorps State Formula 17 AmeriCorps State Formula 6 AmeriCorps VISTA 27 AmeriCorps National 71 AmeriCorps State Competitive 54 AmeriCorps State Formula 6 AmeriCorps VISTA 1 AmeriCorps VISTA 2 AmeriCorps VISTA 1 AmeriCorps National Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 1 of 5

4 AmeriCorps in Michigan AMERICORPS TOTALS 1,870 PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Program/Project Name HOPE Village Initiative VISTA Program (Current) Focus: HOPE Metro High School Turnaround (Current) United Way for Southeastern Michigan Next Steps Community Reintegration AmeriCorps Program (Current) Vanguard Community Development Corporation Quality-focused Education Capacity Building (Current) Parent Network Racquet Up (Current) Up2Us, Inc. Teach For America - (Current) Teach For America Teach For America- (Current) Teach For America The LEAGUE Michigan (Completed) Michigan Nonprofit Association YouthBuild, MI (Current) Young Builders YouthBuild Metro, MI (Current) YouthBuild USA, Inc. East CS Mott Group for Sustainable Food Systems (Current) FoodCorps, Inc. Escanaba U.P. State Fair (August 17 - September 9, 2012) Upper Peninsula State Fair Authority Escanaba U.P. State Fair (May 17 - June 26, 2012) Upper Peninsula State Fair Authority Ferndale, MI (Completed) AIDS United BGCGF / FEWS Healthy and Productive Youth (Completed) Boys & Girls Club of Greater Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater (Current) Boys & Girls Club of Greater Crim Fitness Foundation (Current) Up2Us, Inc. Genesee Area Focus Fund (Current) Up2Us, Inc. Genesee Area Focus on Youth (Current) Genesee Area Focus Fund Gaylord Huron Pines AmeriCorps (Current) Huron Pines Grand Rapids Bethany Christian Services (Completed) Bethany Christian Services Grand Rapids Bridging the Gap (Completed) Boys & Girls Clubs of Grand Rapids Youth Commonwealth Grand Rapids Camp Fire USA (Completed) Camp Fire USA West Michigan Council Grand Rapids Catherine's Health Center (Current) Catherine's Care Center Grand Rapids Empowering America's Youth and Families (Current) Bethany Christian Services Grand Rapids Junior Achievement (Current) Junior Achievement of the Michigan Great Lakes Grand Rapids Schools of Hope (Current) Heart of West Michigan United Way 6 AmeriCorps VISTA 8 AmeriCorps VISTA 79 AmeriCorps State Formula 8 AmeriCorps VISTA 1 AmeriCorps National 53 AmeriCorps National 230 AmeriCorps State Competitive 70 AmeriCorps National 20 AmeriCorps National 13 AmeriCorps National 7 AmeriCorps National 4 AmeriCorps National - AmeriCorps National 1 AmeriCorps VISTA 16 AmeriCorps State Competitive 18 AmeriCorps State Formula 13 AmeriCorps VISTA 25 AmeriCorps State Formula Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 2 of 5

5 AmeriCorps in Michigan AMERICORPS TOTALS 1,870 PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Program/Project Name Grandville Goodwill Grand Rapids AmeriCorps Partnership (Current) Goodwill Industries of Greater Grand Rapids, Inc. Grayling Michigan Civilian Conservation Corps (Current) The Corps Network Hamtramck Breaking Barriers To Community Flourishing (Completed) Piast Institute Hamtramck Serving those who served: A Veterans' Service Coalition (Current) Piast Institute Hart Andre' Bosse Centers (Completed) Andre' Bosse Centers Holland Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holland (Completed) Boys & Girls Clubs of America Holland Community Development (Current) Heights of Hope, Inc. Holland Faith in Youth Partnership (Current) Good Samaritan Ministries Holland HFH - Lakeshore (March 11, Current) Lakeshore Habitat for Humanity Holland Parent Involvement Makes a Difference! (Completed) Life Services System Holland Together We Prepare (Current) American Red Cross of Greater Grand Rapids Houghton SCA Michigan (Completed) Student Conservation Association, Inc. Houghton Superior AmeriCorps (Current) B - H - K - Child Development Board Ionia Strengthening Children & Families in Ionia & Montcalm (Current) Ionia County Intermediate School District Jackson YMCA Storer Camps (March 11, Current) YMCA Storer Camps Jackson YMCA Storer Camps (March 12 - May 11, 2012) YMCA Storer Camps Kalamazoo Kalamazoo County Poverty Reduction Initiative (Completed) Kalamazoo County Poverty Reduction Initiative Kalamazoo Project Achieve: Creating College Ready Students (Current) Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo Kalamazoo Regional Economic Opportunity (Current) Kalamazoo County Poverty Reduction Initiative lansing Disaster Preparedness (Completed) RSVP of Ingham, Eaton & Clinton Co. AmeriCorps Communty Navigator Program (Current) Michigan Association of United Ways Elder Law of Michigan (Current) Elder Law of Michigan, Inc Gaining Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (Current) Workforce Development Agency Inner City AmeriCorps Neighborhood Project (Completed) Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency Mentoring to Access Corps (Current) Michigan Nonprofit Association MI Council on Crime and Delinquency (Current) MI Council on Crime and Delinquency MI Dept. of Human Services MYOI (Current) Department of Human Services MYOI 20 AmeriCorps State Formula 47 AmeriCorps National - AmeriCorps National 2 AmeriCorps VISTA 19 AmeriCorps State Formula 11 AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects 34 AmeriCorps State Competitive 3 AmeriCorps National 46 AmeriCorps State Competitive 5 AmeriCorps VISTA 11 AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects 9 AmeriCorps VISTA 3 AmeriCorps VISTA 33 AmeriCorps State Formula 3 AmeriCorps VISTA 13 AmeriCorps VISTA 78 AmeriCorps State Formula 36 AmeriCorps State Formula 2 AmeriCorps VISTA Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 3 of 5

6 AmeriCorps in Michigan AMERICORPS TOTALS 1,870 PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Program/Project Name Michigan Campaign To End Homelessness AmeriCorps Program (Current) Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness Michigan Campus Compact (Completed) Michigan Nonprofit Association Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Corps (Current) Community Economic Development Association of Michigan Michigan Habitat's AmeriCorps Program (Current) Habitat for Humanity of Michigan Michigan Nonprofit Association (Current) Michigan Nonprofit Association Michigan State University (Current) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Michigan Success Scholars (Current) Michigan Nonprofit Association Michigan Veterans Coalition Outreach AmeriCorps Program (Current) Department of Michigan Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S., Inc. MPCA Community HealthCorps (Current) Michigan Primary Care Association Peckham (Current) Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation Peckham Operating Site (Completed) Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation Power of We Consortium AmeriCorps Project (Current) Ingham County Health Department Service for All (Completed) Michigan Community Service Commission Volunteer Centers of Michigan VISTA (Completed) Michigan Nonprofit Association Marquette Habitat for Humanity Marquette County (September 10 - November 2, 2012) Habitat for Humanity of Marquette County Marquette MARESA AmeriCorps (Current) Marquette-Alger Regional Educational Service Agency Marquette The Energy Venture: Engaging Youth in their Communities (Current) Great Lakes Center for Youth Development Muskegon Community encompass Neighborhood Impact (Current) Bethany Housing Ministries (DBA Community encompass Muskegon Health Project AmeriCorps Program (Current) Muskegon Community Health Project Oscoda Camp Nissokone (August 17 - September 9, 2012) YMCA - Camp Nissokone Oxford Crossroads for Youth (March 12 - May 11, 2012) Crossroads for Youth Pontiac Oakland County Child Care Council (Completed) Oakland County Child Care Council Pontiac The Baldwin Center (May 17 - June 27, 2012) The Baldwin Center Port Huron Port Huron Housing Commission (Completed) Port Huron Housing Commission Royal Oak South Oakland Shelter Capacity-Building (Current) South Oakland Shelter Rudyard Hiawatha Shore to Shore (September 10 - November 2, 2012) Hiawatha Shore to Shore Saginaw Healthy Kids Healthy Futures Partnership (Current) United Way of Saginaw County 23 AmeriCorps State Formula 20 AmeriCorps State Competitive 50 AmeriCorps State Formula 28 AmeriCorps VISTA 18 AmeriCorps National 300 AmeriCorps State Competitive 24 AmeriCorps State Formula 25 AmeriCorps State Formula 3 AmeriCorps National 4 AmeriCorps National 21 AmeriCorps State Formula 11 AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects 12 AmeriCorps State Competitive 1 AmeriCorps VISTA 6 AmeriCorps VISTA 2 AmeriCorps VISTA 9 AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects 8 AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects 3 AmeriCorps VISTA 20 AmeriCorps State Formula Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 4 of 5

7 AmeriCorps in Michigan AMERICORPS TOTALS 1,870 PROGRAMS/PROJECTS Program/Project Name Saint Ignace Hiawatha Shore to Shore (September 10 - November 2, 2012) Hiawatha Shore to Shore Southgate Downriver CARES AmeriCorps (Completed) The Guidance Center Traverse City CESC SEEDS NW MI Youth Corps (Current) The Corps Network Traverse City Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy (July 16 - September 9, 2012) Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy (GTRLC) Traverse City Grand Vision to Grand Action (Current) Rotary Charities of Traverse City Traverse City SEEDS Afterschool (Current) SEEDS Traverse City SEEDS NW Michigan Youth Corps (Current) The Corps Network Wyandotte VISTAs for Strengthening Wayne County Communities (Current) Wayne-Metropolitan Community Action Agency Ypsilanti Growing Healthy Food Access (Current) Growing Hope, Inc. Ypsilanti Project- "UpLift" Parkridge (Completed) Washtenaw Community College - AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects 63 AmeriCorps State Formula 25 AmeriCorps National 11 AmeriCorps NCCC In-State Projects 7 AmeriCorps VISTA 1 74 AmeriCorps National 8 AmeriCorps VISTA 11 AmeriCorps VISTA Notes: If there are programs with identical names in separate entries, they are different grants to the same organization. If no members are shown, either the grant is for planning or technical assistance, or enrollment data was not available at the time of printing. The city column refers to the location of the sponsor organization. AmeriCorps members may be serving in other locations than the city listed. Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 5 of 5

8 SENIOR CORPS TOTALS Senior Corps in Michigan 11,190 PROGRAMS Adrian Alpena Alpena Alpena Ann Arbor Battle Creek Big Rapids Caro Caro Clinton Township Clinton Township Escanaba Escanaba Escanaba Escanaba Gaylord Gaylord Grand Rapids Grand Rapids Grand Rapids Grand Rapids Program Name Lenawee, Hillsdale & Monroe Counties Foster Grandparent Prog (Current) Lenawee County Department on Aging FGP of Northeast Michigan (Current) Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency RSVP of Crawford & Roscommon Counties (Current) Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency SCP of Northeast Michigan (Current) Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency RSVP of Washtenaw County (Current) Catholic Social Services of Wash Co South Central Michigan FGP (Current) Community Action Agency of South Central Michigan RSVP Mecosta/Lake/Osceola (Current) Mecosta County Council on Aging Thumb Area FGP (Current) Human Development Commission Thumb Area Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (Current) Human Development Commission RSVP of Macomb (Current) Catholic Services of Macomb Inc Senior Companion Program (Current) Catholic Services of Macomb Inc RSVP Wayne County (Current) Catholic Social Services of Wayne Co. SCP of Wayne Co (Current) Catholic Social Services of Wayne Co. Wayne County FGP (Current) Catholic Social Services of Wayne Co. Foster Grandparent Program (Current) MDS CAA & HRA, Inc. RSVP Menominee/Delta/Schoolcraft (MI) and Marinette (WI) (Current) MDS CAA & HRA, Inc. RSVP Menominee/Delta/Schoolcraft (MI) and Marinette (WI) (Current) MDS CAA & HRA, Inc. SCP of Escanaba (Current) MDS CAA & HRA, Inc. FGP (Current) Family Service Agency of Mid Michigan Genesee/Shiawassee RSVP (Current) - Community Schools Senior Companion Program (Current) Family Service Agency of Mid Michigan RSVP of Otsego County (Current) Otsego County United Way RSVP of Otsego County (Current) Otsego County United Way Experience Corps (Current) Gerontology Network Services Kent Co. Kent County FGP (Current) Gerontology Network Services Kent Co. RSVP of Kent County (Current) Senior Neighbors Inc SCP Kent County (Current) Gerontology Network Services Kent Co. 50 Foster Grandparent Program 87 Foster Grandparent Program 130 RSVP 76 Senior Companion Program 536 RSVP 104 Foster Grandparent Program 275 RSVP 50 Foster Grandparent Program 133 RSVP 300 RSVP 24 Senior Companion Program 800 RSVP 76 Senior Companion Program 264 Foster Grandparent Program 49 Foster Grandparent Program 400 RSVP 400 RSVP 73 Senior Companion Program 93 Foster Grandparent Program 400 RSVP 56 Senior Companion Program 405 RSVP 324 RSVP 36 Senior Demonstration Program 93 Foster Grandparent Program 950 RSVP 76 Senior Companion Program Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 1 of 3

9 SENIOR CORPS TOTALS Senior Corps in Michigan 11,190 PROGRAMS Program Name Greenville Eightcap FGP (Current) 90 Foster Grandparent Program Eightcap Inc Greenville EightCAP, Inc. Senior Companion Program (Current) 35 Senior Companion Program Eightcap Inc Hancock Western Upper Peninsula RSVP (Current) 100 RSVP Western Upper Peninsula District Health Department Iron Mountain RSVP of Dickinson and Iron Counties (Current) 260 RSVP Dickinson Iron Community Services Agency Ishpeming Marquette County RSVP (Current) 280 RSVP Marquette Co Aging Services Ishpeming Marquette County RSVP (Current) 252 RSVP Marquette Co Aging Services Jackson RSVP of Jackson County (Current) 250 RSVP Catholic Charities of Jackson Kalamazoo Kalamazoo FGP (Current) 42 Foster Grandparent Program Senior Services Inc Kalamazoo RSVP - Your Invitation to Volunteer (Current) 500 RSVP Senior Services Inc Foster Grandparent Program of Ingham, Eaton & Livingston Co (Current) 83 Foster Grandparent Program RSVP of Ingham, Eaton & Clinton Co. RSVP of Ingham, Eaton & Clinton Co. (Current) 560 RSVP Senior Companions of Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton Counties (Current) 57 Senior Companion Program RSVP of Ingham, Eaton & Clinton Co. Muskegon RSVP of Muskegon and Oceana Counties (Current) 300 RSVP Volunteer Muskegon Muskegon West Michigan Lakeshore FGP (Current) 154 Foster Grandparent Program Catholic Charities West Michigan Lakeshore Muskegon West Michigan Lakeshore SCP/Catholic Charities West MI (Current) 25 Senior Companion Program Catholic Charities West Michigan Lakeshore Port Huron The Council on Aging, Inc., serving St. Clair County (Current) 80 Foster Grandparent Program St Clair County Council on Aging Saginaw Saginaw County Commission on Aging FGP (Current) 73 Foster Grandparent Program Saginaw County Commission on Aging South Haven Van Buren Senior Hearts That Serve (Current) 120 RSVP South Haven Area Senior Services Southfield Oakland County FGP (Current) 73 Foster Grandparent Program Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan Southfield Oakland County RSVP (Current) 358 RSVP Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan Southfield Oakland County SCP (Current) 94 Senior Companion Program Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan St Joseph Foster Grandparent Program Area Agency on Aging (Current) 119 Foster Grandparent Program Area Agency on Aging, Inc. St. Joseph Region IV Area Agency on Aging Senior Companion Program (Current) 28 Senior Companion Program Area Agency on Aging, Inc. Temperance RSVP of Monroe County (Current) 420 RSVP Bedford Public Schools Traverse City Foster Grandparent Program (Current) 46 Foster Grandparent Program Catholic Human Services, Inc. Traverse City RSVP of Northwest Michigan (Current) RSVP United Way of Northwest Michigan Traverse City RSVP of Northwest Michigan (Current) United Way of Northwest Michigan 443 RSVP Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 2 of 3

10 Senior Corps in Michigan SENIOR CORPS TOTALS 11,190 PROGRAMS Ypsilanti Program Name Washtenaw County FGP (Current) Washtenaw County 88 Foster Grandparent Program Note: The city column refers to the location of sponsor organization. Volunteers may be serving in other locations than the city listed. Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 3 of 3

11 Social Innovation Fund in Michigan Intermediary Grantmakers in Michigan Intermediary Name Location Nonprofit Subgrantees Description, MI The United Way for Southeastern Michigan helps children in enter kindergarten with the social, emotional and cognitive foundation for success. National Kidney Foundation of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI Macomb Intermediate School District in Clinton Township, MI Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services in Dearborn, MI Parent Network in, MI Living Arts in, MI Matrix Human Services in, MI Southwest Counseling Solutions in, MI Vanguard CDC in, MI Starfish Family Services in Inkster, MI The Guidance Center in Southgate, MI Public Television in Wixom, MI Nonprofit Subgrantees in Michigan Program HQ Location Nonprofit Subgrantee Name Intermediary Description Ann Arbor, MI, MI, MI, MI, MI Pontiac, MI Pontiac, MI, MI Ann Arbor, MI Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County Corporation for Supportive Housing Focus: HOPE Local Initiatives Support Corporation Operation Able Local Initiatives Support Corporation SER-Metro, Jobs for Progress Local Initiatives Support Corporation Southwest Housing Solutions Local Initiatives Support Corporation Lighthouse of Oakland County Local Initiatives Support Corporation Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency Local Initiatives Support Corporation Think Police Athletic League U.S. Soccer Foundation National Kidney Foundation of Michigan This project, led by Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County, will serve 110 homeless frequent users of crisis health services in Washtenaw County and surrounding areas. Focus:HOPE is expanding the scale of its existing Financial Opportunity Center to provide bundled on-site employment services, financial coaching and access to income supports to an additional 150 families who live, work or attend school in the HOPE Village Initiative target area. Operation ABLE s new Financial Opportunity Center is enrolling midcareer-aged individuals who have been laid off from employment and are experiencing financial hardship to receive employment services, financial coaching, and public benefits access. SER-Metro, Jobs for Progress is expanding the staff capacity at the Financial Opportunity Center in Southwest to deliver the core services that assist clients to access public supports, attain gainful employment, and obtain, sustain or increase their family incomes. Southwest Housing Solutions provides comprehensive income support, financial coaching and employment services to an expanded client base of low to moderate income and low-wealth individuals and families in. Lighthouse of Oakland County is placing clients in the workforce; assisting clients with enrollment fees associated with training programs, community colleges and universities; and increasing the number of financial and educational workshops and seminars that are hosted annually. The Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency s Financial Opportunity Center enables low-income, elderly and disabled persons become more self-sufficient through employment services, financial coaching, and public benefits access. Through this Soccer for Success program, over 900 youth are provided with physical activity, nutrition education, mentorship, and family engagement opportunities that combat childhood obesity and promote healthy lifestyles. The Project for Early Childhood Health is improving health outcomes, promoting positive socialization, improving focus and concentration, and increasing selfefficacy. Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 1 of 2

12 Social Innovation Fund in Michigan Nonprofit Subgrantees in Michigan Program HQ Location Nonprofit Subgrantee Name Intermediary Description Clinton Township, MI Dearborn, MI, MI, MI, MI, MI, MI Inkster, MI Southgate, MI Wixom, MI Macomb Intermediate School District Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services Parent Network Living Arts Matrix Human Services Southwest Counseling Solutions Vanguard CDC Starfish Family Services The Guidance Center Public Television Macomb Intermediate School District s Ready Communities program prepares high-risk children ages 0-5 for kindergarten through literacy-based outreach and engagement, home visitation and community-school collaboration. The Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services School Readiness project improves kindergarten readiness rates of children in low-income, immigrant families. The Pathways to Literacy project engages parents of children 0-5 with proven parent teaching strategies, support, and modeling focused on language, cognitive and communication skills to successfully prepare children for kindergarten. Living Arts is expanding its data-driven, arts-infused early learning curriculum to over 130 pre-k classrooms in Southwest and other target communities to prepare more children for successfully entering kindergarten. Matrix s Born To Succeed project is a neighborhood-based approach to helping parents of children (prenatal to age five) provides nurturing, literacy-rich environments that foster kindergarten readiness. The English Language Learners Program breaks the cycle of poverty and illiteracy through school success by utilizing successful research-based programming to promote academic achievement among young children. Vanguard CDC is increasing parental knowledge and skills for engaging children ages 0-5 in developmentally appropriate activities and strengthening relationships between providers and parents to build kindergarten readiness. Starfish Family Service s Inkster Family Literacy Movement involves the entire community to improve children s development of language, cognitive, and communication skills through literacy campaigns, program, events, and toolkits. The Guidance Center links parents with preschool-aged children to resources and literacy skill-building strategies to prepare children for kindergarten. Public Television is transforming early childhood learning curriculum into video-based media that is used by parent groups, neighborhood organizations, and other existing social networks to improve kindergarten readiness. Information reflects the status of programs as of March 11, 2013 Page 2 of 2

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