Data Driven Detroit (D3) Data Driven Detroit (D3) is a community initiative to expand access to shared data that can be used for neighborhood planning and fund development. The Initiative developed into an LC3 that continues access to necessary data for positive community change. Participants in Michigan Active projects Provided to
The Detroit Community Partnership to End Homelessness Together improved the efficiency of Detroit services to the homeless. It did this by strengthening relationships between local stakeholders, and by adding people and processes for stronger funding solicitations and grants management.
The Food and Fitness Collaborative is a community initiative to expand access to healthy food and recreation opportunities in Detroit. The Collaborative expanded community garden projects and improved school-based lunch programs. It also drafted the Complete Streets regulations for Detroit.
Detroit Community Partnership to Eliminate Lead Poisoning is a program that leveraged both public and private partnerships to reduce childhood lead poisoning in the home. It remediated three dozen homes and catalyzed a legacy organization which continues to reduce environmental health hazards in Detroit today.