Hudson-webber Foundation

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: Regional

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Founded by the entrepreneur who created the J.L. Hudson Company, at one time the city of Detroit's largest department store, the Foundation invests in the success of community initiatives across its four mission areas: Community & Economic Development, Safe & Just Communities, Built Environment, and Arts & Culture. Community and Economic Development grants are awarded to community and civic efforts that provide high quality jobs for all Detroiters, strengthen neighborhoods to provide opportunities and quality of life for residents, and help achieve stable racial and economic diversity and interconnectedness. Safe and Just Communities grants seek to address the root causes of crime as well as build positive relationships between residents and law enforcement. Built Environment grants invest in the work of Detroiters who are reimagining the city's built environment as one of inclusivity, diversity, accessibility, and connectedness. Arts and Culture grants invest in the capacity of arts and cultural organizations to deliver quality, accessible, and engaging cultural programming as well as increasing the diversity of voices reflected in the sector. Additional information can be found on the Web site.

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