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Eye On Detroit - War Dog MemorialWar Dog Memorial site in South Lyon Michigan.
Eye On Detroit - Bill BrownWWII Veteran Bill Brown and the story of his tin cup.
Eye On Detroit - Two James Hand SanitizerTwo James in Corktown making hand sanitizer to fight COVID-19.
Eye On Detroit - Detroit Children's ChoirChampions of song. And the future. Creative. Powerful. Soulful. Inspiring. We are the Detroit Children’s Choir. And we are an all-inclusive choral music program that welcomes all youth in grades 3-12 – then turns out ambassadors for the future. We embrace diversity through unity. Rather than marching to the beat of a different drum, we become the beat itself by joining together in rhythm and harmony. Through the power and discipline of choral education, we strive to shape confident, passionate and driven individuals ready to face the world around them. Then lead it.
Eye On Detroit - Glider RestorationA group of World War II Veterans restoring a glider used in the war.
Eye On Detroit - Zinn Sidewalk ArtDavid Zinn has been creating original artwork in and around Ann Arbor, Michigan since 1987. For more than twenty years, he freelanced for a wide variety of commercial clients while simultaneously sneaking “pointless” art into the world at large.
Eye On Detroit - Signal ReturnLetterpress printing is flourishing at Signal-Return as we build a Detroit nonprofit center for arts education, artists and arts enthusiasts.
Eye On Detroit - Kids Kicking CancerKids Kicking Cancer’s Mission is: to ease the pain of very sick children while empowering them to heal physically, spiritually and emotionally.
Eye On Detroit - Detroit SewnOur mission at Detroit Sewn is simple: provide high-quality services for our valued clients. Our team goes above and beyond to cater to each project’s specific needs. Through open communication and exceptional service, we hope you’ll find what you’re looking for with Detroit Sewn
Eye On Detroit - Drifter CoffeeDrifter Coffee
Eye On Detroit - Black History MonthBlack History Month at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit.
Eye On Detroit - Covenant OrgansLocated in Detroit, Covenant Organs is currently in its 30th year of business. Rick Helderop started the company in 1988 after completing his Master's Degree in Organ Performance at the University of Michigan where as a student he spent time working at the school servicing its many practice organs, the Fisk organ and Hill Auditorium's famous Frieze Memorial organ. Upon graduating, Rick spent the next few years apprenticing with technicians and organ builders from all around the country, eventually leading to the formation of his own company, Richard Helderop and Associates.
Eye On Detroit - Sound The SirenSound the Siren event to Extinguish Human Trafficking in Southeastern Michigan.
Eye On Detroit - City of Southfield Celebrates Black History MonthThe City of Southfield celebrates Black History Month with the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.
Eye On Detroit - Oakland University FencingParafencing, or fencing while using a wheelchair, is the first accessible club sport at Oakland University.
Eye On Detroit - The Quilting SeasonThe Quilting Season is a hub for creating and donating pillowcases to the Children's ward at Mott's Hospital.
Eye On Detroit - Expedition SoapsWe use our business as a platform to help support autism awareness & acceptance in a few different ways by giving our time, treasure, & talents to share Spencer's journey from autism to entrepreneurship, while being an inspiration to the autism community.
Eye On Detroit - Bags to ButterfliesBags to Butterflies was founded by Michelle Smart in 2015. We are a Detroit-based social enterprise that reaches out to women re-entering the community from prison. Our primary mission is to provide formerly incarcerated women with transitional employment and training opportunities to help reduce and or eliminate their recidivism.
Eye On Detroit - Brilliant DetroitToday 60 percent of Detroit children under five live in poverty with the majority of kids not ready for kindergarten. By third grade only 14 percent read at grade level. Added to this is the fact that 30,000 of the city’s kids have zero learning and care options in their near future. We must and can do better. Brilliant Detroit was created to coordinate and connect what works for families and kids in one centrally located, welcoming place. Together with over 50 partners, families and kids choose what they need to be school ready, healthy and stable. We provide the love, safety and opportunities for growth.
Eye On Detroit - Blind ArtistBlind Artist Brendan Patrick from Ferndale Michigan.
Eye On Detroit - The Detroit Writing RoomOpened in June 2019, The Detroit Writing Room is a cozy co-working space in the heart of Detroit for people to work, write and create. While the business community is thriving in Detroit, so is the literary and arts community. The Detroit Writing Room offers a space for entrepreneurs and creatives to benefit from each other’s talents and develop relationships that further uplift the city during this renaissance.
Eye On Detroit - Sound Mind Sound BodyIn 2004, the Sound Mind Sound Body (SMSB) Football Academy was created to increase the number football student-athletes graduating high school and earning college scholarships in the Metro Detroit community. During this time a significant number of under-served students were not obtaining scholarships due to various factors including but not limited to: lack of exposure, poor grades and bad character. Sound Mind Sound Body developed a unique curriculum that combined academics, athletics and life skills. The SMSB curriculum would be delivered by national instructors, motivational speakers, college and NFL coaches along with community mentors. This formula would make Sound Mind Sound Body the top Football academy in America! Since 2004, over 13,000 students have become SMSB certified. Over 10,000 of these students have graduated high school while 1,000 SMSB certified student-athletes have earned college scholarships. In 2007, the program expanded to Washington D.C. along with Tulsa, Oklahoma and Tampa, Florida. In 2016 the program will be held in six cities- Detroit, Washington D.C., Tampa, Houston, Atlanta and Los Angeles.
Eye On Detroit - Detroit Moblle LibraryTwo days a week, the Mobile Library will continue its visits to schools, including ones that have lost full-service libraries due to budget cuts. For some kids, it’s their first exposure to the public library, and schools are allowed to keep rotating collections of 25 books on loan.
Eye On Detroit - Plum HealthDirect Primary Care allows you to have a direct relationship with your doctor. For the equivalent of a monthly cell phone bill, you can receive direct, primary health care services that are tailored to your individual needs. From your annual check-up to urgent care needs to general questions about staying healthy, Direct Primary Care offers you access to care across a spectrum of needs.