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Tue March 4, 2014
$4.5 million fund is being formed to benefit Head Start programs in Detroit
The Detroit Head Start Early Childhood Innovation Fund announced Tuesday will award grants in part to support improved services and better outcomes for young children and families.
The announcement was made by the Southeast Michigan Early Childhood Funders Collaborative, funders working to support early childhood education. The group includes the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, the Skillman Foundation and others.
The fund will be managed by the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan.
The fund was created in response to a federal competition for $48 million in Head Start funding in Detroit. The Office of Head Start recently announced Detroit organizations with winning proposals that are in negotiations to get federal funding.
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