The General Motors Foundation is donating $25,000 to Judson Center to support behavioral health, child welfare and disability services for families in southeast Michigan.
The GM Foundation is committed to strengthening and improving the quality of life in communities by supporting essential health and human service programs and organizations. Since 2010, the Foundation has supported Detroit-based nonprofits like Judson Center with grants totaling $23.2 million.
“We share a common goal with Judson Center in our dedication to bettering the lives of Michigan children and their families,” said GM Foundation President Vivian Pickard. “We applaud the center’s steadfast commitment to local communities and efforts to provide families a helping hand in times of need.”
Each year, Judson Center provides more than 400,000 compassionate, comprehensive services for more than 4,100 children and families in need. The GM Foundation grant will help fund innovative programs designed to empower children of all ages and their families to live the best lives possible.
Cameron Hosner, CEO of Judson Center, responded to the gift saying," We deeply appreciate the very generous support of the GM Foundation. This gift will have a significant impact on improving the lives of children and families facing unimaginable difficulties here in Michigan. We are privileged to share the goals of the Foundation toward improving the quality of life for those in our community."
Source: General Motors Foundation