The McGregor Fund Stands Against Racism The McGregor Fund stands with Black people across our country, who continue to endure discrimination ranging from outright brutality to daily denigrations and widespread indifference to inequity and injustice. As we confront the recent killings of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks [...]
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The Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan (WIN), is releasing a report on “Supporting Job Seekers Facing Multiple Barriers to Work," funded by the McGregor Fund.
We use Tracy McGregor’s name while explaining our mission, and you’ll find his photo all over our website and social media channels. There’s a good reason for this.
In 2017, we shifted our grantmaking approach to address the needs of the whole person and to take a long term view of the journey out of poverty and what is needed along the way.
In May, the US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty wrapped up a two-year research initiative to answer the question: What would it take to dramatically increase mobility from poverty?