By Pat Nanzer, associate director, special projects Grand Valley State University libraries are committed to providing easy online access to the Digital Collections from anywhere in the world for the academic community and the general public. Resources include a unique collection devoted to philanthropy. One of the most recent additions
MLive recently reported about the Johnson Center for Philanthropy’s new student fellows for the academic year 2012 – 2013 and highlighted their work. Brooke Hotchkiss, Jennifer McGraw, and Jacob Scheller will work on “Our State of Generosity”, “an interactive website that will showcase the history of Michigan’s foundation and nonprofit
GVSU libraries University Archives and Special Collections and Johnson Center Philanthropy Archives staff are part of the local arrangements commitee for the Midwest Archives Conference annual meeting held in Grand Rapids April 18-20, 2012. MAC at 40: The Future is Now examines what practice standards remain useful and how must others evolve and celebrates
The Michigan Community Foundation Annual Reports reference resource contains annual reports and publications from community foundations in Michigan. Materials acquired from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan’s 25th anniversary are highlighted and include publications, oral histories, historical photos, timelines, and videos. You can find the full set of annual reports at http://www.gvsu.edu/cms3/assets/C6EE62EC-E0C1-54F2-D0212D5174A27DAF/mcfar_finding_aid_8.12.2010.pdf.
The Delta Strategy records joins a growing collection of records, papers, interviews, and reference resources in the Johnson Center Philanthropy Archives. The Delta Strategy operated for 10 years with a mission to build the capacity of our community to solve problems through its community improvement process. Their first Dialogue Action