Charles Stewart Mott (June 2, 1875 – February 18, 1973) was an American industrialist and businessman, a co-founder of General Motors, philanthropist, and the 50th and 55th mayor of Flint, Michigan. Mott is the figure most responsible for founding the Flint Senior College (now University of Michigan–Flint). Mott initiated the idea of creating the college and pledged $1 million toward the project.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Stewart_Mott
Charles Stewart Mott (June 2, 1875 – February 18, 1973) was an American industrialist and businessman, a co-founder of General Motors, philanthropist, and the 50th and 55th mayor of Flint, Michigan. Mott is the figure most responsible for founding the Flint Senior College (now University of Michigan–Flint). Mott initiated the idea of creating the college and pledged $1 million toward the project.
Charles Stewart Mott, (born June 2, 1875, Newark, N.J., U.S.—died Feb. 18, 1973, Flint, Mich.), American automotive industrialist and philanthropist. In 1900, when Mott started managing the Weston-Mott Co., his family’s bicycle-tire manufacturing firm in Utica, N.Y., he expanded the business by manufacturing wheels for automobiles as well as bicycles.
C.S. Mott (1875-1973) was an engineer, entrepreneur, public servant and philanthropist who dedicated much of his life, and wealth, to helping others. Born in Newark, New Jersey, he worked for his family’s Mott Beverage Co. after earning an engineering degree at the Stevens Institute of Technology.
Charles Stewart Mott was an automotive pioneer, community leader and philanthropist who cared about innovation, a just society and the strength of communities. Today, Mott Foundation employees in four offices in the U.S., England and South Africa continue his work on a global scale.
Established by the General Motors mogul in 1926, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation has made grants in excess of $3 billion over the past nine decades, both in Mott’s adopted hometown of Flint, Michigan, and around the world. But philanthropy is only one reason the life of Mott—entrepreneur, industrialist, banker, mayor, and sometimes even cowboy—is worth knowing about today.
The enduring legacy of Charles Stewart Mott and Ruth Mott is their extraordinary commitment to civic participation. The Mott family dedicated themselves to supporting and improving their community of Flint, Michigan. C.S. Mott and his first wife, Ethel, moved with their three children to Flint in 1907. In the following years, the family would grow and become active participants in the city they called home.
In the weeks since, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation has made two grants to support the project -- $11 million to Y and $5.5 million for the Foundation for the Uptown Reinvestment Corporation ...
Office of Proposal Entry Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Mott Foundation Building 503 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 1200 Flint, MI 48502-1851 U.S.A. The letter should describe the purpose and objectives of the project, general methodology and total cost of the project. Take Me to the LOI Form
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation believes in the importance of transparency to the communities we serve. In addition to information about our program interests and grants, financial information about the Foundation is available in our most recent Annual Report, including detailed financial statements about assets, grants and other expenditures. The Foundation’s most recent tax return, IRS Form 990-PF Return of Private Foundation, is available for viewing or downloading on the Candid ...