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Like so many other industries, the nonprofit sector is being disrupted. But it’s not technology or automation that is sparking change. Instead, it’s young donors who are shaking up philanthropic giving and how nonprofits operate. MiBiz spoke about emerging disruption in the sector with Michael Moody, co-author of a new book called “Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors are Revolutionizing Giving.” Moody will be the keynote speaker of NextGen Nonprofits, a new MiBiz event for nonprofit executives, staff and board members on Jan. 24 in Grand Rapids.

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The Battle Creek-based W.K. Kellogg Foundation will provide $475,000 to Well House over three years. The nonprofit will invest the money in additional affordable housing options, employment opportunities and healthy food solutions.

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GRAND RAPIDS — The nonprofit Well House is set to expand its offerings for those in need of a place to stay.

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Trivalent Group, a technology firm based in Grandville, is beginning a philanthropic initiative geared toward helping nonprofits with their technological needs.

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Let’s face facts: A lot of people shop at Goodwill, but they don’t all want to admit it — or at least not until recently when Goodwill suddenly got cool.

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