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Eye On Detroit - Motown SoupMotown Soup is a 501 (c) (3) based in Utica, Michigan, who is comprised of volunteers who produce delicious soup and food mixes in a State Dept. of Agriculture licensed kitchen. With being a 100% volunteer organization, ALL profits are donated to soup kitchens, homeless shelters, food banks, and free clinics. Know that as you are enjoying our mixes you are helping someone in need get a warm meal and shelter.
Eye On Detroit - Diary of a GenerationThe Henry Ford recently hosted History Speaks — Diary of a Generation From the veterans who served in World War II to the supporters on the home front, find out how a generation faced living in a world at war during the Michigan premiere of this independent documentary
Eye On Detroit - The Parade CompanyEver wonder what it takes to put on the Thanksgiving Day Parade in Detroit? We take a behind-the-scenes tour at the Parade Company.
Eye On Detroit - SpaceLab DetroitSpaceLab Detroit is a professionally-designed, dynamic coworking space in downtown Detroit. Only two blocks from Cobo Center, your workspace will be in the heart of downtown’s resurgence and development activity. They offer all of the services and amenities that Architects, Designers, Engineers, Contractors, Real Estate Professionals, Artists and other professionals require in an office.
Eye On Detroit - Focus Hope Sneakers and SpeakersFocus Hope Sneakers and Speakers hosts leaders in the technology industry as they speak on matters regarding diversity and inclusion, those with disabilities in the tech industry, community impact, and the future of technology.
Eye On Detroit - Pure Heart FoundatoinThe Pure Heart Foundation mission is to empower children of incarcerated parents to break the cycle of generational incarceration. While providing limitless resources that will result in them living happy and fulfilling lives. Pure Heart aims to meet the overall concerns of children of incarcerated parents and families.
Eye On Detroit - Eisenhower Dance DetroitAs a non profit organization, Eisenhower Dance Detroit relies on support from the community to continue to create innovative new work, sustain the very highest level of artistic excellence, and expand education and outreach programs such as community performances, movement workshops for youth, and bringing students to our EDD programs who wouldn't normally get the chance.
Eye On Detroit - Higher HopesHigher Hopes! is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves families with children enrolled in Early Head Start Child Care Partnership Programs in Metro-Detroit. They provide a bounty of food in nutritious, multiple-meal food kits. Our goal is to inspire independence, relieve food anxiety and encourage family meals together.
Eye On Detroit - Owl FestOwl Fest held at the Huron Metropark in New Boston, Michigan.
Eye On Detroit - Detroit Veterans Day ParadeSights and sounds from the 2019 Detroit Veterans Day Parade
Eye On Detroit - TedX DetroitHighlights from the recent TedX event in Detroit.
Eye On Detroit - J.W. WestcottEstablished in 1874, the J.W. Westcott story actually begins December 19, 1848, when John Ward Westcott was born into a prominent Michigan shipping family. John’s father, David H. Westcott worked as a fireman. Ward also founded Ward’s Central and Pacific Lake Line and Ward’s Detroit and Lake Superior Line. Westcott’s brothers were also involved in various shipping careers. Today, J.W. Westcott continues to serve the Great Lakes marine community providing everything from the obvious to the ridiculous and everything in between.
Eye On Detroit - CBS 62 VolunteersRecently a group of volunteers from CBS 62 spent the day at Habitat For Humanity Huron Valley. They began the renovation process for a family in need.
Eye On Detroit - Avenue of Flags100 American flag line the entrance to the Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly. Maintaining those flags is a weekly duty for several volunteers.
Eye On Detroit - Tough As NailsTOUGH AS NAILS, a new CBS competition series hosted and executive produced by Emmy Award-winning producer Phil Keoghan and his long-time producing partner, Louise Keoghan, is looking for real people in real life who are real tough. The six-city casting tour is searching for the hardworking Americans who keep the country running and define what it means to be tough.
Eye On Detroit - Wave ProjectEstablished in 2018, WAVE Project (Welcoming All Valuing Everyone) is a grassroots nonprofit organization based in Macomb County. The founding 6 members of WAVE project were brought together by the common threads of faith, family, and a desire to make an impact by serving and loving the community. WAVE Project exists to build relationships. From connecting with existing organizations to mobilize and equip, to directly meeting needs within the community, WAVE Project is relational at heart. The project started with a monthly Outreach BBQ event in Mount Clemens where volunteers and people experiencing homelessness alike sit down together over a meal and share their stories. Through hearing people’s stories, it became evident that access to hygiene services is a major barrier for those in the community who are experiencing homelessness.
Eye On Detroit - Fleece and Thank YouFleece & Thank You was inspired by a friend Sophie, 4 years old and battling neuroblastoma. At a time in her life when she should be playing with dolls and meeting new friends, Sophie was taking trips to the hospital to battle one of the toughest forms of childhood cancer- this meant many rounds of difficult chemotherapy treatments involving multiple overnight stays in the hospital. Sophie had her childhood stolen from her, and it is our goal to provide hope and comfort to all children like Sophie facing the disconnection of hospital treatments. Our founder, Nicholas Kristock, saw this disconnection and needed to do something about it, and that is where Fleece & Thank You was born.
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Eye On Detroit - C.A.T.S.C.A.T.S. (Companion Animals Touching Seniors) offers seniors the opportunity to foster a cat. The program lasts two months, in which we provide all the necessary supplies to care for the cat. When the foster period ends, the senior has the chance to adopt the cat. The only fee they are asked to cover is $7.50 for the license. If you are interested in this program, please contact Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center.
Eye On Detroit - Tillson StreetTillson Street is located in Romeo, Michigan. This street is famous for their elaborate Halloween decorations during the month of October. This dedicated group of homeowners come together each year to put together a spooktacular display like none you have ever seen!
Eye On Detroit - Living Brave Through Breast CancerThe organization is based on a referral from medical facilities, family members or friends. The goal is to financially assist five individuals every year, both men and women, who are currently diagnosed or who recently overcame breast cancer, and have struggled financially, within the first five years. Living Brave TBC, along with a host of Guardian Angels, considering our founding motto "Each One Reach One", is determined to be a support.
Eye On Detroit - Just SpeakJust Speak is an advocacy for healing-centered education that provides crisis support and resiliency programming for children and youth aged 3 to 17 years. Since 2003, Just Speak has held the survivor story as the connector for a network of trained advocates from a variety of disciplines. We believe that prevention, intervention, and awareness building based in play and creative expression leads to healthy socio-emotional skills, and ultimately, to a life of resiliency.
Eye On Detroit - Empowerment PlanIn the years since founding in 2012, Empowerment Plan has evolved from an idea in a college class into an internationally recognized workforce development organization. By pairing full time employment with a wide range of supportive services, they have helped dozens of individuals achieve financial stability and independence for the whole family. Their holistic approach addresses everything from housing and childcare to transportation, education and more.
Eye On Detroit - The Ruth Ellis CenterThe mission of the Ruth Ellis Center is to provide short and long-term residential safe space and support services for runaway, homeless and at-risk lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgender, and questioning youth.