The event raises funds for Hope Network’s charitable work in Detroit, including the planned expansion of Autism Services beginning in late 2019. It will honor many in our community who have helped those who are in need throughout our community at a local and statewide level.
Honorees have been asked to attend a VIP reception beginning at 6 PM. Many past and present Detroit athletes are expected to be in attendance.
Of course Hope Network also will be promoting this event through print, online and radio media throughout the state of Michigan.
Right now, more than 60 million people in the U.S. suffer from physical, mental, or social barriers that impact the way they live. One million of them live here in Michigan. That’s larger than the population of Detroit. A majority have fallen through the cracks and aren’t receiving the care they deserve. Hope Network collectively serves as advocates for those people. Headquartered in Grand Rapids but with a heavy presence in metro Detroit. Hope Network employs more than 2,500 professionals and helps well over 23,000 individuals in Michigan each and every year.