This annual report by the Michigan Nonprofit Association is a summary and snapshot of our success and progress during our last fiscal year from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023. All findings and financial reporting are based on this timeframe.
As the nonprofit association serving the entire state of Michigan, representation matters. So we were very intentional about this and other attributes we needed in this first recruitment cycle.
In a groundbreaking report, MNA and Data Driven Detroit (D3) led the charge to analyze the challenges diverse people face as they seek leadership positions in nonprofit organizations.
Lt. Governor Gilchrist II and Sen. Sarah Anthony addressed nearly 200 nonprofit leaders at MNA’s largest Nonprofit Day at the Capitol to date.
This powerful achievement then came with a mandate: To create an equitable and community-driven process to award these grants to nonprofits.
In September 2022 MNA hosted, “Women Leading in Nonprofits” an evening of connection and inspiration with speakers Kelley Kuhn and Tasha Blackmon (President and CEO of Cherry Health) moderated by Rachel Kuntzsch (Public Sector Consultants). We had a wonderful experience meeting all who attended and want to thank our participants and sponsors for joining us!