Did you know one in five people — and one in four children — in Metro Detroit faces hunger or a lack of food?
One of Detroit’s greatest traditions, Dally in the Alley, is back once again for its 37th anniversary, this Saturday, September 6th! Celebrate life and the arts in one of Detroit’s most culturally rich neighborhoods. Dally […]
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Molly Pribble is an athlete on a mission for the American Red Cross.
High School age students clean up brush, board up abandoned buildings as part of GM Student Corps.
Could you see yourself helping out at the zoo?
Most of my life I have tried my best to avoid eye contact with strange men. But, for 8 hours each year I smile at all of them — women, too. I am a volunteer bell ringer for the Salvation Army.
Detroit is searching for their angels and now is a good time of the season to volunteer for Angel’s Night.
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.
Elizabeth Snell, an employee with the American Red Cross in southeastern Michigan, has been recognized for her commitment to the military community with a nomination for Military Spouse of the Year.