M Trademark Information

CHARLES STEWART MOTT FOUNDATION

Charitable services, namely, making grants and program-related investments for charitable, educational, religious and benevolent purposes in particular to benefit the community and public welfare; charitable services, namely, making grants for the purpose of strengthening philanthropy and the nonprofit sector in order to empower people and nonprofits to take collective action that promotes and defends democratic values and to promote and devel...

Educational services, namely providing a website featuring news and commentary, publications in the nature of non-downloadable articles, searchable databases of information related to news and current events, photographs, and non-downloadable videos, all in the field of philanthropy

Words that describe this mark

charitable   services       making   grants   programrelated   investments   charitable     educational     religious   benevolent   purposes   particular   benefit   community   public   welfare   charitable   services       making   grants  

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On Wednesday, April 18, 2018, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for M. The USPTO has given the M trademark serial number of 87881975. The current federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED. The correspondent listed for M is SUSAN M. KORNFIELD of BODMAN PLC, 201 S. DIVISION STREET, SUITE 400, ANN ARBOR, MI 48104-2201 . The M trademark is filed in the category of Insurance & Financial Services , Education and Entertainment Services . The description provided to the USPTO for M is Charitable services, namely, making grants and program-related investments for charitable, educational, religious and benevolent purposes in particular to benefit the community and public welfare; charitable services, namely, making grants for the purpose of strengthening philanthropy and the nonprofit sector in order to empower people and nonprofits to take collective action that promotes and defends democratic values and to promote and develop a more robust culture of private giving for public good; charitable services, namely, making grants for increasing civic engagement and improving communities and societies in order to (i) foster global platforms for philanthropy and the nonprofit sector that respond to the needs of local communities, (ii) increase the nonprofit and philanthropic sector's responsiveness and capacity to address social and community needs, (iii) assist poor and marginalized communities to unlock resources and realize their development needs and aspirations, and (iv) foster a civil society in which nonprofits strengthen democratic values and practices and have access to adequate and responsive resources; charitable services, namely, making grants for supporting conservation and restoration of freshwater ecosystems, to shape international investment and trade to support sustainable development and reduce environmental degradation, and to respond to unique opportunities to advance environmental protection; charitable services, namely, making grants for improving community education as a pathway out of poverty by advancing systemic changes that improve educational policies and practices, in particular for children and families living in low-income communities; charitable services, namely, making grants for expanding economic opportunities for low-income individuals in order to improve the economic security of working families, help the hard-to-serve find employment, and promote career development among low-wage workers by helping them stay in the labor market and advance into better jobs; charitable services, namely, making grants for building cohesive and organized communities to enhance the effectiveness of community organizing so that it can become an increasingly useful tool for poverty alleviation and civic engagement; charitable services, namely, making grants in support of the arts and cultural programs.

Word mark: M
Status/Status Date:
REGISTERED
2/5/2019
Serial Number: 87881975
Filing Date: 4/18/2018
Registration Number: 5668910
Registration Date: 2/5/2019
Goods and Services: Charitable services, namely, making grants and program-related investments for charitable, educational, religious and benevolent purposes in particular to benefit the community and public welfare; charitable services, namely, making grants for the purpose of strengthening philanthropy and the nonprofit sector in order to empower people and nonprofits to take collective action that promotes and defends democratic values and to promote and develop a more robust culture of private giving for public good; charitable services, namely, making grants for increasing civic engagement and improving communities and societies in order to (i) foster global platforms for philanthropy and the nonprofit sector that respond to the needs of local communities, (ii) increase the nonprofit and philanthropic sector's responsiveness and capacity to address social and community needs, (iii) assist poor and marginalized communities to unlock resources and realize their development needs and aspirations, and (iv) foster a civil society in which nonprofits strengthen democratic values and practices and have access to adequate and responsive resources; charitable services, namely, making grants for supporting conservation and restoration of freshwater ecosystems, to shape international investment and trade to support sustainable development and reduce environmental degradation, and to respond to unique opportunities to advance environmental protection; charitable services, namely, making grants for improving community education as a pathway out of poverty by advancing systemic changes that improve educational policies and practices, in particular for children and families living in low-income communities; charitable services, namely, making grants for expanding economic opportunities for low-income individuals in order to improve the economic security of working families, help the hard-to-serve find employment, and promote career development among low-wage workers by helping them stay in the labor market and advance into better jobs; charitable services, namely, making grants for building cohesive and organized communities to enhance the effectiveness of community organizing so that it can become an increasingly useful tool for poverty alleviation and civic engagement; charitable services, namely, making grants in support of the arts and cultural programs
Mark Description: The mark consists of a stylized letter "M" in the color blue.
Type Of Mark: Service Mark
Published For Opposition Date: 11/20/2018
Last Applicant/Owner: CHARLES STEWART MOTT FOUNDATION
Flint, MI 48502
Mark Drawing Code: Drawing with Words in Stylized form
Design Search: (NO DATA)
Register Type: Principal
Disclaimer: (NOT AVAILABLE)
Correspondent:
BODMAN PLC
201 S. DIVISION STREET, SUITE 400
ANN ARBOR, MI 48104-2201

Classification Information

Use in Commerce Trademark - Applicant has provided proof of use of this mark in commerce to USPTO.

Primary Class: Class Details:
Class (036)
Insurance; financial affairs; monetary affairs; real estate affairs.
First Use Anywhere: : 1/1/1991
First Use In Commerce: 1/1/1991
Class (041)
Education; providing of training; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities.
First Use Anywhere: : 12/1/1998
First Use In Commerce: 12/1/1998

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Current Trademark Status:
2/5/2019
REGISTERED
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SUSAN M. KORNFIELD is a correspondent of M trademark.

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