Saturday is a big day for local charities in Michigan: It’s the last day you can get a state tax credit for donating to food banks, universities and other non-profits.
Households across Michigan will benefit from continued or extended home heating support due to a $10,000 donation by Just Energy to The Heat and Warmth Fund, an independent non-profit agency that provides low-income individuals and families in Michigan with emergency energy assistance.
Community Choice Credit Union has continued a pattern of giving big to ignite innovation in Michigan by making a $2,000 donation to FIRST Robotics in Livonia.
A leader at an area community foundation is encouraging people to take advantage of Michigan’s charitable tax credit while it lasts.
The Detroit Fire Department is getting a much-needed addition to its fleet. The best part? It was free.
Chase bank is making a $1 million donation to help Detroit Police Officers and city workers move back into the city.
Milford’s GreenGoTek Electric has donated one of its electric trucks to its hometown.
A local union is gathering non-perishable food items, clothing, diapers and personal toiletries for the victims of the recent tornados in Alabama.
Shopping Mall developer Alfred Taubman giving the school 56 million dollars to help fund medical research.
For the next week, several local businesses are hosting a clothing drive to support the work of CareerDress. Individuals are being asked to drop off gently used women’s professional clothing as part of the drve.