Milford police say 29-year-old Chad Stewart made off with money meant for the Children’s Miracle Network.
At stake is the future of “millionaire parties,” casino-style events where nonprofits split cash proceeds with unlicensed poker rooms.
“We want to give patients back the opportunity that was taken away from them.”
Dozens of volunteers are still needed for a Labor Day event to help feed the hungry.
Metro Detroit is getting hit with a rare summer blizzard on Thursday.
A lot of Metro Detroit kids are looking forward to the end of the school year — but for some, summer means hunger.
Have you ever dreamed about becoming a Michigan football player? You’ll soon have the chance to turn that dream into reality during the “Michigan Men’s Football Experience,” and it’s all for a charitable cause.
Starting this fall, federal government employees will have the option of choosing a payroll deduction benefiting a marijuana-related charity.
NASCAR’s Jeff Gordon visited Detroit to kick off a month-long food drive with Gleaners and Quicken Loans.
Some charitable organizations in Michigan have reported a decline in donations following tax changes that eliminated state credits for financial gifts to food banks, homeless shelters and certain nonprofits.