DTE Energy Foundation Grants

DATE September 1, 2013LEAVE A COMMENT

Deadline to submit applications is October 25, 2013

The DTE Energy Foundation is currently offering a variety of grants ranging from $500 to $10,000 to Michigan nonprofit organizations that provide a wide range of programs and services addressing the areas of: education (K-12 and higher learning); environment; development; diversity; and leadership development. These grants are intended to support ongoing programs and one-time events that will strengthen the fabric of the communities where DTE Energy does business.

For more information on this opportunity, visit: http://bit.ly/1dtnl5B.

5 Responses to “DTE Energy Foundation Grants”

  1. January 27, 2014 at 9:01 pm, Jaycee Memminger said:

    Good Afternoon, Unfortunately my organization missed the grant deadline for 2013. My question; are grants accepted only once each year? my organization SmartGirl; with a focus on Abstinence, Academics, Leadership and Self-Enrichment is currently providing services to young Teen Girls in the city of Detroit Michigan. we would love to apply, please let me know when we are able to do so. Thank You.


    • February 13, 2014 at 2:30 am, Carla said:

      Check the link provided in the post for further grant cycle information from DTE Energy.


  2. May 20, 2015 at 5:42 pm, New Life Vocal Program Inc. said:

    New Life Vocal Program Inc. is interested in applying for one of your grants and would appreciate if someone would forward to us the information needed to apply. New Life Vocal Program Inc. is a 501 c 3 organization, and is in need of financial assistance with fees to help us launch our program.

    Please contact Patricia Cofield at the above email address or by calling, 313-912-2050. Thank you.


  3. October 29, 2015 at 4:42 pm, Phillis (Hicks) Judkins said:

    On Oakland and Clay I have 6 lot in the North End I am putting in a Miniature golf approved by the city of Detroit to start in March which needs Funding. 4Ward Phoenix program is a Youth organization that has had class for 2 years now at Youthville. It is a Journalism class for Youth 11 to 18 that is teaching the Youth to run their own business. Supporting reading, writing, banking, math to be equipped to run the Miniature golf program. We are part of a community radio station WNUC where the Youth has a hour each day to report out on the community. The Miniature golf program goal is to help enhance their leadership potential and continued education of the Youth. With you help we can become successful.


  4. April 21, 2016 at 5:55 pm, Kathy Helsley said:

    We are the only totally free medical clinic in our area serving the uninsured and underinsured population of northern Michigan. We are not government funded and exist solely on a few smaller grants and donations. Would we fit into the necessary parameters to apply for a grant from your Foundation?


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