It’s being called “Hats Against Hunger” and the fundraiser benefiting Forgotten Harvest Food Bank is all thanks to the nation’s top hat maker who calls Metro Detroit home.
Volunteers humbled by huge holiday meal for the homeless hosted by Forgotten Harvest and The Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center.
Over 1,000 people will get a free meal Tuesday, thanks to the Forgotten Harvest and its annual holiday dinner.
The hunger problem in Metro Detroit continues to grow and Forgotten Harvest — the biggest food rescue organization in the nation — is holding a rally to combat the crisis.
Thursday evening, the Royal Oak Farmers Market will transform into a performing arts and party pavilion for the official “appetizer” of the Ford Arts, Beats & Eats festival.
Forgotten Harvest and Westborn Markets will work together for the ninth consecutive year to drive hunger out of Metro Detroit with a Champagne Cruise on Friday, August 19.
It’s called a “Day in the Town” … the time each year when retailers in downtown Birmingham hold a street party … complete with discounted sales, live music and activities for kids.
More than 300,000 children in southeast Michigan receive free or reduced-fee meals during the school year. In the summer months, they often go without.
Less fortunate residents near Hazel Park are about to get a needed boost. Beginning Sunday, a local church will be the headquarters for free daily meals.
Looks like the online effort over building a RoboCop statue in Detroit has actually had at least one positive result.