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Michigan Good Food Fund

  • Program Representative Interviewed: Mary Donnell, Michigan Good Food Fund Program Manager, Capital Impact Partners
  • Location: Michigan
  • Program Overview: The Michigan Good Food Fund (MGFF) is a $30-million public-private partnership loan fund that provides financing and business assistance to Michigan good food enterprises that increase access to healthy, affordable food in low-income and underserved communities, advance racial and social equity, create good quality jobs, source locally, and use sustainable environmental practices. Loans range from $2.5K to $6M and support businesses throughout the food value chain and throughout Michigan. MGFF was established by a coalition of philanthropic, nonprofit, university, and governmental partners and funding sources. The founding partners are Capital Impact Partners, Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Models represented by this program: