WWJ Newsradio 950 Difference Maker In The Community
Do you know someone in your community who has made a difference to benefit others? WWJ Newsradio 950 is seeking individuals who are making a difference, big or small — people who have inspired positive change and those who have made an impact in the community.
Each month, WWJ will honor a person as the Difference Maker in the Community. This person will be highligthed on-air and on cbsdetroit.com for their positive contributions. All monthly Difference Makers will be invited to join WWJ Newsradio 950 at a special luncheon in the spring of 2013 to recognize the positive contributions.
You can make a difference in someone’s life today! Click here to nominate someone you know.
Monthly Difference Makers will be selected based on the strength of character and the courage to do what is right, promotion of the community, and the positive impact to the community. Decision of the judges is final. Please note: nominations will be held for the length of the program (May 2012-April 2013).
She’s founder of “Sunshine’s Always Brighter With A 2nd Chance,” a transitional home for homeless women and their children.
The nation turns pink as WWJ Newsradio 950 honors The Pink Fund founder Molly MacDonald as October’s Difference Maker.
EMU students Megan Hoorn and Sarah Mueller organized a special alternative Spring Break trip …
15 years ago Mona Ferruk came as a client of the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS) and now she is the Director of the Domestic Violence unit.
Gina and Michael Spehn could never have imagined how their love story would unfold ….
Can a crushing grief be the catalyst to change a life for the better?
From empty nest to full hearts. In 2007, Patricia Swanson of Canton had all of her kids out of her house and was looking for a way to give back – her daughter-in-law Lisa says that’s how Chicks for Charities started.
Weid fell into his play by-play job as an announcer for the Miracle Baseball League of Plymouth when he was asked to sit in for one game; nearly two years ago.
Jeanne Fowler is the founder of Big Family of Michigan, a Macomb County organization dedicated to helping foster kids.
Last May, Troy police officer Christopher Huck was driving his routine overnight route through the city when he noticed smoke coming from a home.