United Way Provides Grant to the Chaldean Community Foundation
The Chaldean Community Foundation (CCF) was among the organizations awarded a grant from the United Way of Southeastern Michigan.
The grant was a part of the second round of funding for Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) groups that work toward eliminating racial disparities in pursuit of a more equitable and just community for everyone.
Over the years, many refugees arriving in Macomb County have been given the support they need to improve their lives through programs developed by the Chaldean Community Foundation.
The grant received by CCF and eight other organizations range between $10,000 and $75,000.
For more information about United Way for Southeastern Michigan Racial Equity Fund, visit unitedwaysem.org/about-us/equity-and-inclusion/.
To read more about the grant opportunity, view the Macomb Daily article.