NeighborHUB Grant Program

2019-2020 Grant Winners Announced

The Detroit Regional Chamber and General Motors announced the second cohort of awardees for the NeighborHUB grant program. Five neighborhood nonprofit organizations will receive a grant and in-kind business support for innovative and collaborative solutions to problems their community faces. Learn more about the winners here.

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Checking In With the 2018-2019 Cohort

The inaugural NeighborHUB cohort provided periodic updates throughout the past year, including progress reports and photos of their projects. See how they have improved their communities.

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NeighborHUB Extends Detroit’s Revitalization Beyond Downtown

Detroit’s renaissance is dependent on the future sustainability of its neighborhoods. The issues facing Detroiters vary from neighborhood to neighborhood including: limited access to transportation, limited access to grocery and other stores, blight, crumbling infrastructure, foreclosure, and a lack of community trust.

Who better to tend to the needs of the neighborhoods than the nonprofits that serve them?

The NeighborHUB community grant program is a collaborative effort between General Motors (GM) and the Detroit Regional Chamber designed to empower residents to affect change in their neighborhoods through physical presence and innovative programming. Any registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working in Detroit, Hamtramck, or Highland Park can apply for one of five grants of up to $30,000 and additional business support. To be considered for funding, organizations must identify a neighborhood need, develop programming focused on relieving this need, and identify an accessible physical space to house programming.

If you have any questions, please contact Devon O’Reilly at doreilly@detroitchamber.com or 313-596-0335.

Advisory Committee:
The committee of representatives from local organizations will help select grant recipients.

 

Shamyle Dobbs, CEO, Michigan Community Resources Ray Solomon II, Department of Neighborhoods General Manager, City of Detroit Sarida Scott, Executive Director, Community Development Advocates of Detroit