Children’s Hospital of Michigan is pleased to announce that it donated 3,080,617 servings of cereal to Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan during the 10th Annual Cereal Drive, which ran from May 31-June 7, 2019…
Members of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan’s Professional Nurse Council are teaming up to fill the hunger gap for thousands of kids this summer. The 10th Annual Cereal Drive will begin Friday, May 31, and run through June 7…
Paralyzed Veterans of America Launches 2018 Veterans Day National Poster and Poem Contest-Deadline 10/29/18!
Paralyzed Veterans of America is thrilled to announce the launch of its 15th annual Veterans Day National Poster and Poem Contest.
Imagine a life-time of not being able to smile while, also, being bullied and tormented because of the way you looked due to a facial difference. This was the life of 25-year-old Enok of Ghana…
Our Visit to Council Thrift for Fall Fashion Fundraising Event by National Council of Jewish Women, MI
Fall Showcase is an annual fashion fundraising event that was held on August 26, at Council Resale shop in Berkley. The event was operated by the National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan. Donated fall fashion items for women, men, and children, were sold to support the Council’s services.
Back 2 School store operated by the National Council of Jewish Women, Michigan, to Help 600 Detroit Children Start the School Year Right
Pop-up store on Sunday August 12, 2018, with 300 plus volunteers working as personal shoppers for the children; additional funding needed!
Giving is at the core of Tea Collection’s mission to be good global citizens. To them, that means supporting children who make a difference – whether it’s helping a neighbor, volunteering, or making sure no one sits alone at lunch. These five kids show the kindness, compassion and determination that make the world a better place. And they inspire all of us to be the best citizens we can be, both in our communities at home and in the way we consider our impact on the wider world.
More than 1500 homeless youth and children in need in Oakland County will go back to school with a brand-new backpack filled with all the school supplies they need for the upcoming year.
From March 19 through April 6, ten Comerica banking centers across metro Detroit will collect new or gently used formal dresses.
Grace Centers of Hope Thrift Stores Experiencing Low Inventory and WELCOMES Spring Cleaning Donations
Grace Centers of Hope (GCH) CEO Pastor Kent Clark is encouraging metro Detroit residents to take advantage of the spring cleaning season and donate gently-used household items to its four thrift stores..