Healthy Youth, Healthy Seniors distributed tobacco settlement funds given to the Council of Michigan Foundations, establishing permanent endowments for health-related programs.
Learning to Give, an initiative of the Council of Michigan Foundations, created academic programming on philanthropy and service for grades K-12.
Mentor Michigan, a signature program of the Michigan Community Service Commission, seeks to connect mentoring programs with other supports and resources that youth need to be successful.
Michigan Campus Compact builds civic engagement and volunteerism on college campuses.
The Michigan Community Foundations’ Youth Project was launched as a challenge grant program between the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and CMF to increase community foundation capacity and engage youth grantmakers.
The Youth on Board Legislation Act permitted youth ages 16-17 to serve on a nonprofit board with a vote.