Nonprofit Journal Project

Feature Story Pallavi Munikrishna, director of Integrated Health Services at Development Centers in Detroit

Coordinating care for mental and physical health

Feature Story Jenny Poma, Lighthouse COO

Teens find housing, support through A Step Forward

Feature Story Alia Harvey Quinn, Founder and Executive Director of FORCE Detroit
Feature Story Raquel Garcia, Executive Director of Southwest Detroit Environmental Vision

Trucks, ports and pollution in Southwest Detroit

Feature Story Chase Cantrell, Executive Director of Building Community Value

Support for small-scale Detroit real estate developers

Feature Story A volunteer puts away food at Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County
Feature Story Tyra Moore, Founder of A Girl Like Me
Feature Story Shamyle Dobbs, CEO of Michigan Community Resources
Feature Story Bob Furtado, Vice President of Blue Water League of the Blind

People with visual impairments find community in Port Huron

Feature Story (left to right) Matt Gatti, NOAH Project’s street outreach manager; a family of two whom the outreach team helped house; and the project’s lead street outreach worker, Paige Henson

NOAH Project connects to people who are homeless with street outreach

Feature Story Jamar's Jammies / Photo supplied
Feature Story People supported by Blue Water Developmental Housing gather for a birthday dinner at a restaurant
Feature Story Volunteers for Gleaners Community Food Bank at the Oakland County Farmers Market mobile distribution

A financial triple whammy for nonprofits

Feature Story Dr. Kimberlydawn Wisdom

Inspiring pregnant women toward healthier birth outcomes

Feature Story Norman Clement, Detroit Change Initiative
Feature Story Detroit Heals Detroit protest, June 2022

Youth take the lead in fighting trauma

Feature Story Desirae Simmons
Feature Story Kirsten Elliott, Vice President and COO at Community Housing Network
Feature Story Summer Berman, executive director of Fresh Start Clubhouse

Reshaping how people with mental health challenges see themselves