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With ACC it offers a broad range of programs so funding is very important. As like many other non-profits funding is the most important aspect to delivering functional programs. A combination of State and Federal grants generate about ninety percent of their funding, leaving ten percent to corporate fundraising and donations. Government grants are largely funding these programs. Mainly they have to apply to receive any of these grants. With our recent economical state there are more organizations and less money so making sure that all grant forms are properly filed and funds used for the sole purpose of each grant is necessary.
Hosting health fair and medical awareness is just another program they offer several times a year. With this program it is more need of volunteer’s than funds. The health fair offers Glucose and Blood Pressure screenings, Vision Screenings, Chiropractic & Massage Therapy, Dental Plans/ Screenings, HIV/AIDS Testing, Back to school vaccines, including H1N1, Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) services and information, Health Coverage Enrollment, Medicare and Medicaid Enrollment, MiChild Enrollment, Healthy Eating Workshop, and Lead Testing for Homes Program, these services are offered through volunteers from a variety of organizations and health care businesses joining together several times a year to offer these screenings to the community.
ACC has a variety of corporate partnerships with companies such as Detroit Medical Center, CVS/Pharmacy, Rite Aid, Charter One, Quest Inc., Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers, Inteligente Solutions, PNC, Midwest Management Group, Karmanos, Shore Mortgage, Hired My Way, ResCare Home Care, Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology, Hanley-Harper Group, Ford Motor Company, Comerica, and Comcast. Along with donations they also provide services along with the ACC to serve the community. Staying on top of the...