“It became an issue for me because they need to be fed,” said Rev. Adams.
A lot of Metro Detroit kids are looking forward to the end of the school year — but for some, summer means hunger.
NASCAR’s Jeff Gordon visited Detroit to kick off a month-long food drive with Gleaners and Quicken Loans.
The non-profit organization is asking supporters to help raise $60,000 to build at least a dozen school gardens throughout Greater Detroit this spring.
Volunteering not only teaches kids about the needs of others, it also instills in them a sense of responsibility and purpose. These local volunteer opportunities give kids a chance to make a difference in their own community.
Auburn Hills firefighters and volunteers from the Auburn Hills Helping Hands are working to combat hunger in the community and beyond through the annual “Firefighters Against Hunger” food drive, from 10 am to 3 pm on Saturday.
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.
As scientists and politicians grapple with how to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes, there’s a move afoot to change the image of the giant, plankton-gobbling invasive species.
Monday is the final day of a special campaign matching donations to Gleaners Community Food Bank dollar-for-dollar.