• 40 BIPOC-led arts groups receive $14.4 million in grant funding

    Groups elevate artforms that contribute to the history, culture, vibrancy, and identity of communities of color

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  • 2020 Annual Report

    How we showed up for nonprofits in a year like no other

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  • Nonprofits & Real Estate: When to “Build Capacity” and When to Just Help

    "We need to re-think how nonprofit facility development is done..."

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  • Red Clay Dance Company Brings “Artivism” to Chicago’s Woodlawn Community

    The grand opening adds momentum to Woodlawn's renaissance

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  • “Not Here, Not Yet” – When Is the Right Time and Place for Nonprofit Facility Projects?

    Guidance for nonprofits on how to position themselves for a successful outcome during facility planning

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  • Profile: Sakura Takano, CEO, Rotary Charities of Traverse City

    As Takano transitions into her new role, we interviewed her to learn more

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IFF provides loans, consulting, and development support to mission-driven nonprofits to help communities thrive. Key to our success has been a deep sense of purpose, a broad perspective, and a relentless focus on achieving positive results.

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"How My School Fights a Virus"

IFF published this free children’s book — created by our own Rick Raleigh, who works on our Detroit real estate team — as a tool to help normalize COVID safety precautions for children. Written from a child’s perspective, this colorful book weaves together CDC guidelines, the authentic experience of an actual childcare provider, and distinct Detroit cultural markers to help children, families, and child care providers remain safe in learning spaces while continuing to fight for their lives and livelihoods.

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