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09/24/2017
Detroit Free Press

We loved meeting the kids at the Downtown Boxing Gym Youth Program!

Two Detroit chefs cooked a stunning gourmet meal out of food that was rescued from the landfill to raise awareness for Hunger Action Month and Detroit's Downtown Boxing Gym Youth Program.

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11/03/2014

The Arab American and Chaldean Council (ACC), a non-profit human service organization serving southeast Michigan, has launched its winter donation drive to help clients in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties get through the season. Through Wednesday, December 24,2014 the ACC will be accepting items at its headquarters in Troy (363 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 300) and Youth Center in Detroit (62 W. Seven Mile Road).

Both donation sites will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

"Wintertime in Michigan can be extremely dangerous for someone who does not have warm clothing," said Dr. Haifa Fakhouri, president and CEO of the Arab American and Chaldean Council. "As we enter the season of giving, we want to ensure that our neighbors stay safe and can provide for their families."

Items requested include new or gently used shirts, pants, shoes, winter coats, boots, hats, gloves or mittens and other cold weather gear in any size. The organization also is accepting new undergarments, socks and toiletries, as well as household items like shovels and cleaning supplies, toys and holiday gifts for children.

For more information about the ACC, visit www.myacc.org.

Detroit water workers honored for life-saving CPR used on 9-year-old
10/06/2014
Detroit water workers honored for life-saving CPR used on 9-year-old

Detroit water workers honored for life-saving CPR used on 9-year-old

Two Detroit water workers saved a girl they found hanging from a truck window outside an apartment on the city's west side. They received honors from the city for their quick action using city-offered CPR training.

Harvest Fest at Palmer Park
10/06/2014
Harvest Fest at Palmer Park

Harvest Fest at Palmer Park

Amirah Bradley, 4, of Detroit carefully paints her pumpkin at the arts & crafts table during the Palmer Park Harvest Fest hosted by People for Palmer Park on Sunday, October 5, 2014. Family activities for families included hayrides, bonfires, arts & crafts activities, along with pony rides and mobil…

'Energize Detroit' job readiness summit
10/02/2014
'Energize Detroit' job readiness summit

'Energize Detroit' job readiness summit

State Rep. Thomas Stallworth and Detroit Councilman James Tate are hosting 'Energize Detroit,' a community conversation about workforce readiness in

North Corktown Neighborhood Association
10/02/2014

North Corktown Neighborhood Association

NORTH CORKTOWN RESIDENTS - Do you have a home project you could use some help with? We have a volunteer day coming up on October 18th with 160 students - Please contact Nicole Knight for more info at [email protected] or via Facebook!

Homelessness, addiction in Detroit
09/29/2014
Homelessness, addiction in Detroit

Homelessness, addiction in Detroit

Rashaun Rucker, an artist and Free Press staffer, explores homelessness and addiction on the streets of Detroit.

Anthony Soave donates $1 million to create mobile mammogram unit in Detroit
09/29/2014
Anthony Soave donates $1 million to create mobile mammogram unit in Detroit

Anthony Soave donates $1 million to create mobile mammogram unit in Detroit

Anthony Soave donated $1 million to the St. John Providence Health System earlier this year to fund a mobile motor coach-—named the Soave Family Mobile Mammography and Health Screening Program — that will offer breast cancer screenings and other medical tests at churches, community centers and other…

Detroit Zoo seeks kid mayor of Amphibiville
09/29/2014
Detroit Zoo seeks kid mayor of Amphibiville

Detroit Zoo seeks kid mayor of Amphibiville

The Detroit Zoo in Royal Oak is looking for a 7- to 12-year-old Michigan resident to serve a two-year term as mayor of Amphibiville, its two-acre wetland village and home to the National Amphibian Conservation Center.

08/28/2014
Deadline to enter Comerica's Home of the Brave contest extended

Deadline to enter Comerica's Home of the Brave contest extended

Metro Detroit police, firefighters/EMTs, military members and veterans still have time to enter Comerica Bank's Home of the Brave National Anthem Singing Contest. The deadline to enter has been extended to 11:59 p.m. Sunday, August 31, 2014.

U-M, MSU get good grades for doing ... good
08/26/2014
U-M, MSU get good grades for doing ... good

U-M, MSU get good grades for doing ... good

Washington Monthly magazine looks at three broad criteria for its college ranking system — civic engagement, research and social mobility. Social mobility looks at the number of low-income students coming to the schools and graduating.

Do Good Detroit: Grace Centers of Hope charity car raffle
08/11/2014
Do Good Detroit: Grace Centers of Hope charity car raffle

Do Good Detroit: Grace Centers of Hope charity car raffle

Tickets are now on sale for a chance to win a new 2014 Black Chevrolet Camaro 2LS Coupe in the Grace Centers of Hope 7th Annual Charity Car Raffle, sponsored by Bowman Chevrolet.

Winning Futures seeks mentors
08/08/2014
Winning Futures seeks mentors

Winning Futures seeks mentors

Winning Futures is recruiting business mentors for the fall 2014-2015 school year for its school-based mentoring program in Detroit, Harper Woods, Madison Heights, Pontiac and Warren schools.

'Handlebars for the Homeless' bicycle tour
08/07/2014
'Handlebars for the Homeless' bicycle tour

'Handlebars for the Homeless' bicycle tour

Neighborhood Service Organization’s (NSO) annual 'Handlebars for the Homeless' bicycle tour will be held on Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014. The 16-mile scenic bicycle tour raises funds to support NSO programs.

Best of the best: 5 fun things to do Aug. 7-13
08/06/2014
Best of the best: 5 fun things to do Aug. 7-13

Best of the best: 5 fun things to do Aug. 7-13

Greenfield Village welcomes old-timey base ball. Paddleboarders head for Belle Isle. They'll be cooking ribs and making music in Hart Plaza.

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The Cody/Rouge-Franklin Park BUS shelter project will be a series of three creative bus shelters crafted in the shapes of the letters B, U, and S. These will be Detroit’s first and only community generated, artist designed and built bus shelters. We have installed the U and S. Help US build the B and complete our BUS!