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Crain's Best-Managed Nonprofit

Midnight Golf named Best-Managed Nonprofit 2018 by Crain’s Detroit Business

Reneé Fluker also recognized as one of the Notable Women in Nonprofits 2018

MGP Recognized as an Industry Leader for our Data-Driven Approach

Crain’s Detroit Business recognized the Midnight Golf Program as an industry leader for our data-driven approach to serving our students. MGP was recognized for:

  • Leveraging data and software to track high school seniors and college students in order to boost college graduation rates.
  • Implementing a donor-management system to track donors, their interests and preferences.
  • Recognizing that data plays a crucial role in maintaining personal relationships with students and donors.

Thank you to our MGP family for making this award possible and for all you do for our students!

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Renee Fluker

Renee Fluker


MGP Founder/President, Reneé Fluker, was also recognized by Crain’s as one of the Notable Women in Nonprofts 2018, for her exemplary devotion to making graduation possible for Detroit’s young people.

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Pictured above: Renee Fluker, (front left) Midnight Golf founder and president, and Maya Solomon, student; David Gamlin (back left), vice president, programs; Jamie Jacob, board chair; Shannon Dulin, mentor and Colin Gillis, mentor.