The Chip Bag Project is combatting local plastic waste and providing relief to those in need
With balls, walks, and other fundraisers canceled or scaled down thanks to COVID-19, local causes face a bleak year-end and a cash-strapped 2021
The 16th annual Kidney Ball will be broadcast on Nov. 14
The Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Greater Detroit chapter and Hour Detroit honor southeast Michiganders who are giving back
Dynami Foundation has partnered with restaurant such as Grey Ghost, SheWolf, and Apparatus Room for this year's fundraiser for breast cancer research
The event will honor Michigan State coach Tom Izzo, Chevrolet, and others for leading the fight against cancer locally while giving guests the chance to give back to the nonprofit
Hosted by the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, the virtual event will feature a historical tour and live music
Proceeds from the event will go toward the nonprofit and its efforts to fund Parkinson’s research
The two-part televised event is raising money to feed metro Detroit families affected by COVID-19
Locals have raised funds to support Michigan artists, businesses, and families
The organization drove a total of 135 miles to bring checks to its Girls into Women honorees
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Nonprofit social enterprise Mend on the Move held its fifth annual Love in Motion fundraiser on March 5 at Leon & Lulu in Clawson. The evening featured dinner by chef Matt Prentice, entertainment by local singer-songwriter Olivia Dear, and a pop-up of Mend on the Move jewelry. Proceeds benefited the nonprofit.
The Shelby Community Foundation held the 14th annual Snowflake Social on Feb.28. The theme of this year's event was Amethyst, and guests were encouraged to don purple gala attire. Proceeds went toward scholarships and community enhancement programs in Shelby Township.
The American Heart Association held the Go Red for Women Luncheon on Feb. 21. The 16th annual event took place at Little Caesars Arena, and featured WDIV Local 4 news anchor Kimberly Gill as the emcee and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer as the keynote speaker. Go Red for Women aims to bring awareness to cardiovascular diseases. Proceeds from the event benefit the American Heart Association.
The Bates Street Society Dinner was held on Feb. 8. The event was hosted by The Community House Foundation Board of Directors, and honored members that have donated significant charitable contributions to support the work and mission of The Community House, a nonprofit in Birmingham that offers programs related to professional, philanthropic and recreational pursuits.
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The charitable Crazy for a Cause event was held on Jan. 23 at Saks Fifth Avenue in Troy. Hosted by Saks and Yan International Chinese New Year, the event featured live art demonstration, a performance by Ballet Edge Detroit, Asian dragon and wooden dolls shows, and fashion makeover shows. The event partnered with Henry Ford Cancer Institute's Game on Cancer Campaign, and 10% of retail sales at Sakes were donated to the charitable cause.
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