Michigan recognized for crowdfunding innovation

iag_seal_largeYesterday, the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, made an exciting announcement for those of us supporting crowdfunding and placemaking in Michigan: the Public Spaces, Community Places program is one of seven finalists nationwide for the Innovations in American Government Award. This is wonderful recognition for the core partners on the program, Patronicity, MEDC and the League, as well as others who have contributed to the program, including MSHDA and MParks.

A team from the Michigan partner organizations will be traveling to Harvard’s campus May 16 and 17 to make a final pitch to the award judges. Summer Minnick and I will be representing the League. Follow along on this blog and via Twitter (Luke and Summer) where we’ll share additional updates.

See Harvard’s release for more information on the award and all the programs they recognized.

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