Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity has started its “Blitz Build” in the city’s Morningside community with a little star power.
Seven homes will be completed in seven days by nearly 2,000 volunteers — providing low-income families with safe, affordable, energy-efficient housing.
Someone stole thousands of dollars in equipment from a Habitat for Humanity truck that was sitting outside a construction site in Roseville.
Give back to your community while having fun when you volunteer with these outdoor volunteer opportunities.
Habitat for Humanity Detroit kicked-off its 2013 Fall Blitz Build over the weekend and the building continues Monday.
Jim “The Shark” Dreyer made it to Belle Isle after more than 50 hours in the water.
“It will be a real ‘train of pain,’ symbolic of the pain felt by Michigan families trying to keep their heads above water,” said Jim Dreyer, who plans to swim 22 miles across Lake St. Clair this summer while hauling dinghies filled with 2,000 pounds of bricks.
A Farmington Hills-based company swapping horsepower for people power this week to help make metro Detroit cleaner and greener.
Consumers Energy presented a $100,000 check Saturday to Habitat for Humanity to improve energy efficiency and affordability to homes in Michigan.
CareTech Solutions, an IT and Web products and services provider for more than 200 U.S. hospitals, announced a new corporate philanthropy project that will complement the company’s trade show activities called CareTech Cares.