Neighborhoods Day Events List

org-id
Name
Phone
Contact FName
Contact LName
Contact Phone
Location
Information
225
Community Redevelopment Group of Southeastern Michigan
313-744-3009
Arzell
Foster III
313-744-3009
14401 Prairie, 48238
Neighborhood Cleanup, Livernois Lyndon area to Myers, 8 a.m.-Noon
224
Chandler Park Neighborhood Association
313-828-2660
Donna
McDuffie
313-828-2660
Chandler Park (Off Chandler Park Drive Between Conner &
2 p.m.-4 p.m. Meet & Greet for the Chandler Park Neighborhood
223
Led Bi The Holy Spirit Ministries
313-729-0251
Sheila
Nichols
313-729-0251
17420 Heyden St,, 48219
Aug. 24, Education Awareness Day: 3 p.m.-7 p.m., Free face painting, kids games, school supply giveaway, guest speakers on trade careers
222
Anderson and Associates
866-603-4044
Marie
Anderson
866-603-4044
Samaritan Center, 5555 Conner, 48213
11 a.m.-2 p.m; Social Security information an VA benefit signups
221
Bill&Till S. Garden of Perfect Health Center Ministries
313 316-3215
Tilda
King-Martin
313 316-3215
8500 East Eight Mile Road , 48214
Your Health Fair, Health and Your Fair will being at 1p.m. Health awareness.
220
200 Lakewood Block Cub
(313) 822-4303
Frank
Bach
(313) 822-4303
Front yard of Jocelyn Fitzpatrick Harris and Stan Harris, 266 Lakewood Street, 48215
200 Lakewood Block Club annual summer party. For residents of Lakewood Street between Scripps and Korte streets and friends. Grilled hot dogs and hamburgers, roasted corn and pot luck feast. Street closed (Scripps to Korte) for piñata and other children's activities. Visitors welcome, please let us know: fbach@comcast.net, 313-822-4303.
219
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
313-225-0609
Shunda
Jones
313-225-0609
Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Woodward, 48203
Hollywood Golf Institute 248-747-3489 Selina Johnson 248-747-3489 Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Woodward, 48203 Holywood Golf Institute PeeWee Invitational: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pee Wee golf tournament with ages four to 12. For third year in a row, will also include a young golf team from Harlem, N.Y. called the Hollywood Harlem. Trophies and prizes will be awarded. Volunteers needed to assist with registration and field activities.
218
Schools for the Future Detroit & Detroit Delta Preparatory Academy for Social Justice
313-769-4717
Stephanie
Hall
313-769-4717
3550 John C. Lodge Freeway at the corner of MLK Blvd., 48201
Come help us plant flowers and beautify our school grounds as we prepare for our opening day on September 2, 2014. We will be participating in Arise Detroit from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, August 2. Everyone who helps out will receive a Delta Prep or Schools for the Future Detroit t-shirt to wear. Please bring gardening gloves, your own tools marked with your name and phone number, and any flowers, shrubs or landscaping decor you would like to donate to our schools.
217
AARP
313-213-6412
Lisa
Whitmore-Davis
313-213-6412
Plymouth United Church of Christ, 600 East Warren, 48202
Aug. 2; Free Shred Truck; Shredding of sensitive documents and materials, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
216
AARP
313-213-6412
Lisa
Whitmore-Davis
313-213-6412
Ford Resource and Engament Center at the Mexicantown Mercado, 2826 Bagley,48216
Aug. 1; Free Shred Truck: Shredding of sensitive documents, 3 p.m.-7 p.m
215
AARP
313-213-6412 l
Lisa
Whitmore-Davis
313-213-6412
Northwest Activities Center, 18100 Curtis at Meyers, 48235
Aug. 1; Shred Truck: Free shredding of sensitive documens and materials, 10 a.m.-2 p.m
214
Black United Fund
248-569-4224
Toni
Hudson
248-569-4224
Detroit Golf Club, 17911 Hamilton 48203
Car Classic Extravaganza, Aug.-14-15, networking for young professionals; Black United Fund gala and fundraiser, 6 p.m.-midnight, Aug. 14
213
Nehemiah Baptist Church
313 218 8437
Audry
Turner
313 218 8437
10541 Puritan, 48238
2d Open House Community Block Party A four year collaborative effort between the church and the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club. Start at 1:00 pm End at 7:00 pm We offer Fellowship, Family Fun and Food to show the love Christ in the community where we are currently located. It is an opportunity for neighbors to meet and greet one another in a non threatening environment; basically to increase communication among the neighbors to reduce youth violence.
212
Tommy Hilfiger
313-573-0870
Quinnisha
Pugh
313-573-0870
merican Indian and Family Services at 4880 Lawndale, Detroit MI 48210 9AM - 10AM Please arrive on time to make sure that there are rides to the different neighborhoods in Detroit
Volunteers Needed! Meet all the neighborhoods in Detroit and get the uninsured connected to health care! August 2nd - 9AM -10AM Light Breakfast and Orientation. Leave American Indian. 10AM-6PM Meet MANY Detroit neighborhoods and Connect the Community with Healthcare!! 6PM-7PM Reconvene at American Indian. 7PM-9PM Downtown for Jazz!
211
Johnson Law
313-573-0870
Alan
Latham
313-573-0870
American Indian and Family Services at 4880 Lawndale, Detroit MI 48210 9AM - 10AM Please arrive on time to make sure that there are rides to the different neighborhoods in Detroit
Volunteers Needed! Meet all the neighborhoods in Detroit and get the uninsured connected to health care! August 2nd - 9AM -10AM Light Breakfast and Orientation. Leave American Indian. 10AM-6PM Meet MANY Detroit Neighborhoods and Connect the Community with Healthcare!! 6PM-7PM Reconvene at American Indian. 7PM-9PM Downtown for Jazz!
210
Meijer
313.494.7175
Principal Cheryl
Price
313.494.7175
Bagley Elementary School, 8100 Curtis, 48221
Beautification: Painting, cleaning: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
209
Eden Gardens Block Club
313-587-4949
Karen
Knox
313-587-4949
12155 Glenfield, Eden Gardens Block Club ( Gratiot - Dickerson) and (Wilfred to Rosemary), 48235
Neighborhood cleanup: 10 a.m. -7 p.m.; e will also measure the windows of vacant properties, clean and cut vacant lots. Our clean up will be ongoing. We will be doing our biggest board up and clean up on Sept the 5th. We are in need of skilled carpenters to help us measures and cut wood before that the date Sept. the 5th.We would appreciated the help. Please com out and be a part of cleaning up Eden Gardens Community making it a safe haven for our children.We will provide food for our workers.
208
#Get a Free Phone
313-573-0870
Al
Osterling
313-573-0870
American Indian and Family Services at 4880 Lawndale, Detroit MI 48210 9AM - 10AM; Please arrive on time to make sure that there are rides to the different neighborhoods in Detroit.
Volunteers Needed! Meet all the neighborhoods in Detroit and get the uninsured connected to health care! August 2nd - 9AM -10AM Light Breakfast and Orientation. Leave American Indian. 10AM-6PM Meet MANY Detroit Neighborhoods and Connect the Community with Healthcare!! 6PM-7PM Reconvene at American Indian. 7PM-9PM Downtown for Jazz!
207
Special Tree Rehabilitation System
(734) 891-4726
James
Richert
(734) 891-4726
Ronald Brown Academy 11530 E. Outer Drive, 48224
olunteers will plant 10 Fruit Trees around the school grounds. Saturday, August 2, 9:00am - 1:30pm
206
Original United Citizens of Southwest Detroit
313-744-5925
Tyrone
Carter
313-744-5925
2323 S. Fort Street, 48217
Neighborhood Cleanup, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
205
SW BLOCK Club UNI DSWP
313-300-6995
Anne
Byrne
313-300-6995
Fort Street at Lawndale, 48209
Neighborhood beautification project: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; Planting flowers, priming wall for mural, building flower boxes, street cleaning. Seeking volunteers
204
Get Covered America
313-573-0870
Renee
Gruber
313-573-0870
American Indian and Family Services at 4880 Lawndale, Detroit MI 48210 9AM - 10AM; Please arrive on time to make sure that there are rides to the different neighborhoods in Detroit.
Volunteers Needed! Meet all the neighborhoods in Detroit and get the uninsured connected to health care! August 2nd - 9AM -10AM Light Breakfast and Orientation. Leave American Indian. 10AM-6PM Meet MANY Detroit Neighborhoods and Connect the Community with Healthcare!! 6PM-7PM Reconvene at American Indian. 7PM-9PM Downtown for Jazz!
203
BAYLIS TRI-BLOCK CLUB
248-352-0240
Cynthia
Harrison
248-352-0240
Area around 16557 Baylis St., 48221
Baylis Clean-up debris around the empty buildings in the Tri-Block area. August 02, 2014 we will start 10AM - 3P
202
AAA True Value
313-527-4900.
Steve
Mansour
313-527-4900.
11616 Whittier Rd., 48224
Neighborhoods Day voucher redemption site: Hours, M-Saturday, 9 a.m-7 p.m; Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
201
AAA True Value
313-934-2266
Alan
Mansour
313-934-2266
8749 Joy Road, 48204
Neighborhoods Day voucher redemption site: Hours, Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
200
AAA True Value
313-340-120
Steve
Mansour
313-340-120
17400 Livernois, 48221
Neighborhoods Day voucher redemption site; Hours, Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sundays, 10 a.m-4 p.m.
199
Marygrove Community Association
313-492-3002
Sandra
Battle
313-492-3002
Maggie Lee's Community Center 7700 Puritan Ave. 48238
Event Date 8/2/2014 Start 11:00 A.M. to 5.P.M. A meet your neighbor event. Meet and greet. Learn about what is happening in your neighborhood. Neighbors in the Marygrove and Fitzergald Communities are welcome. Refreshments will be served.
198
Crusaders for Success
313-918-4799
Ruby
Kennedy
313-918-4799
East Side, Promenade between Annsbury and Park Drive...the best block on Promenade! 58213
On or before August 2, neighbors will clean up vacant houses and lots on block and plant bulbs for next year.
197
M.I.M.S. Muscles In Motion Systems/ In The Spotlight
313-624-6467
David
Mims
313-624-6467
4301 Grand River, 48208
Seeking volunteers; Neighborhood cleanup and entertainment, seeking donation of entertainment stage; Aug. 2; 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
196
Holistic Development Community Center
313 345-9113
Cathy
Lewis
313 345-9113
17505 Second, 48203
9 a.m.-2:30 p.,m. Cleanup, school backpack giveaway, garage sale.
195
Vanguard CDC
313-556-2017
Khahlilah
Gaston
313-556-2017
Holbrook at Westminister,
Aug. 1 Cleanup, 8 a.m.-Noon; Seeking volunteers
194
Rebuild America
804-614-6671
Chris
Gupton
804-614-6671
St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church: 10400 Stoepel St, Detroit, MI 48204 and the surrounding Area
July 7 - July 12 and July 28 - August 2 We will be engaged in home renovations, block clean-ups and beautifications, clothes, food and bike giveaways, community garden planting, community barbecues, evangel outreach and health screening.
193
Rebuild America
804-614-6671
Chris
Gupton
804-614-6671
Munger Elementary / middle school: 5225 Martin St, Detroit, MI 48210 and the surrounding Area
Munger Elementary / middle school: 5225 Martin St, Detroit, MI 48210 and the surrounding Area
192
PNC Bank
248.729.8186
Renee
Kent
248.729.8186
Blackwell Institute 9330 Shoemaker St, Detroit, MI 48213
ARISE Detroit! Neighborhoods Day Blackwell School Saturday, August 2, 9:00am - 12:00pm PNC employees to help beautify a Grow Up Great partner school on Arise Detroit Neighborhoods Day. PNC will be amongst hundreds of volunteers converging on Detroit neighborhoods to help spruce up, clean up and beautify the city. At Blackwell School, volunteers will work on landscaping the school grounds, including weeding and planting flowers.
191
TechTown
3138795250
Diane
Love-Suvada
3138795250
440 Burroughs, 48202
Aug. 12: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/open-office-hours-ret-
ail-edition-tickets-12294343713 Are you a retail entrepreneur with a business idea or storefront in the city of Detroit? Would you like to get an expert's opinion on your big idea, or could you use some direction on how to secure funding, line up resources or make connections? Sign up for retail only edition of Open Office Hours and get your questions answered.
190
Michelle Broughton
313-587-4125
Michelle
Broughton
313-587-4125
Russell Woods Park, Broadstreet/Davison area
Jazz in the Park, Noon-6 p.m.
189
Black Family Development
313 758-0150
Alice
Thompson
313 758-0150
Seven Mile/Kelly area, around Denby High School, east side Detroit
Black Family Development clean up events will occur on August 2, 2014 between 9 a.m and 3 p.m. in three neighborhoods as mentioned above.Black Family Development will facilitate clean up projects in an around neighborhood schools in the following communities: Osborn, Denby and Cody Rouge. At least 5 volunteers are needed for the Denby community only.
188
PNC Bank-Gateway Marketplace Branch
248.729.8186
Gina
Coleman
248.729.8186
20500 Woodward Ave.at Eight Mile Rd., 48203
PNC's newest branch in the city will serve as a refreshment station for Neighborhoods Day volunteers and participants, Saturday, August 2, 9:00am - 1:00pm.
187
Target
248-520-3988
John
Guidoux
248-520-3988
Carver STEM Academy, 18705 Paul, 48224
9 a.m.-2 p.m..; Painting of school building, landscaping, planting flowers
186
Target
248-520-3988
John
Guidoux
248-520-3988
Mason Elementary School, 19955 Fenelon, 48234
9 a.m-2 p.m.; Mural painting, flower planting
185
Detroit Future City
313-259-4407
Heidi
Alcock
33-259-4407
Detroit Future CIty site: Gratiot Splash, Gratiot at Vernor
Noon: Presentation on the implementation phase of Detroit Future City by executive director Ken Cockrel Jr.
184
Vets Foko Point
313-695-1150
Tommy
Bradford
313-695-1150
10390 Cedarlawn, 48204
Seeking volunteers; Block Cleanup
183
Barton McFarlane Neighborhood Association
(313) 903-4340
Kerry
Sanders
(313) 903-4340
District 7, Aviation Sub-Division. Specific Location (TBD).
We will partner with our radio patrol group, churches, and block clubs to host a Voter Education Rally on Aug 2, 2014 From 12:00pm - 2:00pm. Candidates for office will be invited to speak briefly, and to meet with local community members.
182
Jesus Annointed Ministries
313-475-6814
Pastor David
Williams
313-475-6814
15041 West Chicago
Outdoor Fun Day 12 - 4p.m.
181
Chrysler Group
Daphne
Harris
Davis Aerospace High Schoool, 900 Dickerson, 48215
Painting school and planting flowers; 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
180
Chrysler Group
Daphne
Harris
Harms Elementary School, 2400 Central, 48209
Aug. 21; Cleaning and painting of hallways, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
179
Motor City Blight Busters Detroit, Inc.
313-978-7218
John
George
313-978-7218
Santa Clara Demolition Project: Santa Clara between Lashser and Between, 2 blocks north of Grand River east of Lahser, 48219.
Santa Clara Demolition Project: 9 a.m.-3 p.m,. Will start deconstruction of seven abandoned homes to expand Farm City Detroit an additional acre. Farm City Detroit is program to create farm in Detroit. Seeking several hundred volunteers. Remove, trees and brush.
178
Mia Grillier
313-623-4340
Mia
Grillier
313-623-4340
TBD
Neighborhood cleanup
177
FOXBLOCKSinDETROIT
1-313-742-8912
Curtis
Dabrowswki
1-313-742-8912
Northeast Detroit, property located at 18039 John R & Savannah, 48203
we will be cleaning up trash and boarding up old buildings. cutting the grass and overgrown trees Friday August 1 and Event day August 2, 2014 The main buildings and lots of interest are located at John R & Savannah
176
Eight Mile Boulevard Association
248-398-3388
Jordan
Twardy
248-398-3388
315 W. 8 mile, 48203,
Aug. 20-21: Painting over graffitti Detroit Renegarde Motorcycle Club, 9 a.m.-Noon, Seeking volunteers
175
Eight Mile Boulevard Association
248-398-3388
Jordan
Twardy
248-398-3388
Knudsen Park, Eight Mile near I-75 Freeway, 48203
Park cleanup; Seeking volunteers. Time: TBD
174
Genesis Lutheran Church
313-571-7371
Lisa
Hooten
313-571-7371
7200 Mack, 48214,
Aug. 2' Neighborhood Cleanup, area around Mack and E. Grand Blvd., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
173
Shrine of the Black Madonna Church
313-215-6132
Diana
Stewart
313-215-6132
West side, 7625 Linwood, 48206
Volunteers: Saturday, August 2, 10 am - 3 pm - Trash removal and Landscaping Linwood St. (3 blocks - Northwestern, Hogarth, Whitney) - Food Give-away - Clothes Give-away - Children activities (for community children) - Installation of Albert B. Cleage, Jr. Street Signs on Linwood - Ministry services - Lunch served
172
Alternatives for Girls
313-361-4000
Melody
Moore
313-361-4000
West side, 903 W. Grand Blvd., 48208, near Michigan Ave.
Saturday, August 2, 2014 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Paint and decorate boards to be used to board up abandoned buildings and clean-up community lots. The buildings will not be boarded on this day.
171
Solomon's Cathedral
313-273-2992
Darlene
Crawford
313-273-2992
West side, 19533 Schoolcraft, Detroit, MI 48223
Seeking volunteers: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.;Neigborhood BBQ with Carnival Items for Children, Basketball Tournment, Clean lots in area (front and side of church)
170
University YES Academy
313-270-2556
Arese
Robinson
313-270-2556
West side, 14669 Curtis, 48235
The mission of New Urban Learning and the University YES Academy schools is to prove that with the foundation of an excellent college-preparatory education, Detroit children can graduate from high school, enroll in competitive four-year colleges and universities, graduate from college. Neighborhoods' Day will serve as a Back to School Rally~ Recruitment Fair encouraging families to prepare for the upcoming school year. Saturday, August 2, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
169
The Resource Network
313-365-3700, ext. 1208
Don
Phillips
313-365-3700, ext. 1208
8 MIle and Dequindre in the Belmont Shopping Plaza
Partnering with CUP, Ms. Shirley Burch. August 2, 2014, we will be there from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. We are offering information about two of our programs, the Food Assistance Employment and Training, and our vocational school information.
168
Woodbridge Neighborhood
313-550-7500
Lee
Tilson
313-550-7500
Palmer Park Heal Detroit Rally, Seven Mile at Pontchartrain
Noon-4 p.m. at Palmer Park, distributing information and getting input on community ideas on crimes at gas station, party stores and in general
167
Refuge Temple Church of God In Christ
313-229-3764
Alana
Murdock
313-229-3764
Area around Refuge Temple Church, Findlay near Gunston and Gratiot, 48205
East side; Neighborhood cleanup, and grass cutting around abandoned homes; 9 a. m.-4 p.m. Seeking volunteers.
166
Seneca, Burns and Fisher Block Club
313.574.7073
Kristina
Matthews
313.574.7073
Mt Calvary Baptist Church on 4741 Iroquois and Forest Street, Detroit, MI, 48214. Located in the parking lot next to Pingree Park.
Seneca, Burns and Fisher Block Club first annual community yard sale. August 2, 2014 Time 12:00 noon until 4:00pm.
165
Russell Woods - Sullivan Area Association
248-515-5910
Errol
Jennings
248-515-5910
Russell Woods Park, Broadstreet between Fullerton and Leslie, 48238
Aug. 2: Big Bang Membership Drive and Concert for Detroit's oldest historic district: 10 a.m-4 p.m., Music, signing up for forming block clubs and neighborhood patrols; July 20; Jazz in the Park, 2 p.m.-6 p.m., featuring Gwen and Chuck Scales
164
Greater Burnette Baptist Church
313 837 0032
Dr. Nathaniel
Caldwell
313 837 0032
16801 Schoolcraft, east of Southfield Fwy., 48227
Community service day with activities, school supplies, health information, dental services; 11 a.m.-4 p.m
163
Greater Works Foundation
313- 515- 2135
Louise
Guyton
313- 515- 2135
Greater Burnette Baptist Church, 16801 Schoolcraft, 48227
Community day service with activities, school supplies, health information, dental services; 11 a.m.-4 p.m
162
Team 313
313-656-8187
Felicia
Andrews
313-656-8187
East side Detroit, Lannette (between Hayes and Queen), 48235
Seeking volunteers. Saturday Clean Up and Beautification, 12 noon, Lannette (between Hayes and Queen)
161
Denby Alliance
313-926-9811
Sandra
Turner-Handy
313-926-9811
Denby High School, 12800 Kelly Road, 48224
Denby High School Community Transformation Day: 8 a.m.-3 p.m.; Seeking volunteers; Beautification projects, tree and flower painting; Vegetable planting for urban garden; painting and doing art work on boarded up abandoned homes.
160
Greater St. James FBH Church
313-575-0757
Concettta
Lewis
313-575-0757
Greater St. James FBH Church, 3903 18th Street, 48208
Neighborhoods Cleanup and Tree Planting: Celebration of 100 years for church denomination. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Seeking volunteers
159
Tim Horton's
313-864-8000
Keysler
Copeland
313-864-8000
15340 Wyoming, Detroit MI 48238, near Lodge Fwy.
Kid's Reading Program; Noon-3 p.m.Read-A-Bit and Book exchange. We will have story time, activities, and games. Kid can bring in a book that they have finished and exchange it for another
158
Handyman MInistries
586-443-6140
Tim
Addy
586-443-6140
St. Cecelia’s Catholic Church: 10400 Stoepel St, Detroit, MI 48204 and the surrounding Area
Seeking volunteers: July 7 - July 12 and July 28 - August 2 We will be engaged in home renovations, block clean-ups and beautifications, clothes, food and bike giveaways, community garden planting, community barbecues, evangel outreach and health screening.
157
Handyman Ministries
586-443-6140
Tim
Addy
586-443-6140
Munger Elementary / middle school: 5225 Martin St, Detroit, MI 48210 and the surrounding Area
July 14 - July 19 and July 21 - July 26 We will be engaged in home renovations, block clean-ups and beautifications, clothes, food and bike giveaways, community garden planting, community barbecues, evangel outreach and health screening.
156
St. Louis Luce Community Block Club
313-366-7399
Mary
Turner
313-366-7399
13250 St. Louis, Luce Park, 48212
Community Day: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.,Cleaning and rehabilitating neighboorhood park seving fodd ànd drinks to neighbrhood residents and giveaway of shoes and clothing. Seeking volunteers.
155
The Tammie R. Murray Memorial Scholarship Fund Foundation
313-935-3863:
Paul
Schmidt
313-935-3863
14639 Birwood, 48238
Tammie R. Murray Memorial Scholarship Fund Foundation 23rd Anniversary Celebration paint fence cookout bench dedication Saturday, August 2, 2014 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
154
Carter Metropolitan CME Church
313-895-6744
Sybil
Scales
313-895-6744
1510-12 West Grand Boulevard near Warren, 48208
Church Community Day, information and food, 10 a.m.-5 p.m; Volunteers needed for setup..
153
MorningSide
313-657-7152
Zelda
Anderson
313-657-7152
11475 East Outer Dr Bethany Lutheran Church
August 2, 2014 TBD Monthly General Membership Meeting 12 noon to 2 pm Membership Drive Block Club Drive Sign up volunteers for MorningSide Clean Ups
152
Dream of Detroit
313-408-5961
Mark
Crain
313-408-5961
In the neighborhood surrounding the Muslim Center Mosque and Community Center. The center's address is: 1605 West Davison Detroit, MI 48238
Seeking volunteers: Beginning at 10am on Saturday, August 2, we'll clean up a 7 block area surrounding the community center. We'll dispose of garbage and debris, board up open vacant homes, and mow vacant lots. For more information, visit: www.dreamofdetroit.org
151
Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (Judson Center)
734-528-2070
Ann
Riggs
734-528-2070
TBA
TBA
150
Dominican Literacy Center
313-2671000
Versetta
Eaddy
313-2671000
Throughout the city
Providing Literacy Information to Neighborhoods Day groups
149
Fatima Nelson PraiseATon
313-427-4786
Fatima
Nelson
313-427-4786
August 9, 2014 3pm-8pm Zussman Park Davison and Dexter
Neighborhood Picnic which includes music, dancing, signing and speaking. The program will also include food and fun. August 9, 2014 3pm-8pm
148
The HUDA Clinic
313-865-8446
Mitchell
Shamsud-Din
313-865-8446
13240 Woodrow Wilson, 48238
Free Health Care 9-5p.m. Tuesday Thursday Saturday
147
Kid connection Early Learning Center
313-693-9651
Mary
Smith
313-693-9651
TBA
Summer fest event for kids; Volunteers needed
146
F.A.M.E City
313.523.9715
Stephen
Gardner
313.523.9715
95 Alger st. Detroit, MI 48202
Seeking volunteers; Blight removal and lawn care for this community. Refreshments will be served.
145
In His Presence Deliverance Ministries
3134093103
DusJohn
Williams
313-622-2216
8130 Mack Ave. Detroit, MI 48214
Cleanup in neighborhood, 11 a.m.-5 p.m; Seeking volunteers,
144
Blue Cross Blue Shield Underwriting and Actuarial Services
313-448-7052
Justin
Gavin
313-448-7052
Carleton Elementary School, 11724 Casino,
48224
Beautification project: Painting school, creating murals: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
143
JB's Urban Garden
313-463-1707
Annie
Banks
313-463-1707
56 Geneva , Highland Park, 48203
Volunteers needed building a rain barrel. Time TBA
142
Everlasting Glory
269-370-0791
Annie
Bradford
269-370-0791
2000 Gratiot at Vernor, near downtown Detroit
Everlasting Glory is a film being produced by Eye 2 Eye Productions and Martha & George Pictures. It is a short narrative fiction film about the resurrection of Detroit. We will be out from 10am-8pm at our booth on August 2nd, where we will be talking about the film, signing up Detroiters to be a part of it, telling them about our process and inviting people to our fundraising event on August 9th. We really want to promote the positivity in Detroit that is going on and look forward to the day!
141
Omg Foundation
313-999-1981
Priscilla
Copneyh
313-999-1981
Garland st between E. Warren and Shoemaker, 48213
Please come help the OMG Foundation make Garland . beautiful! August 2, 2014 from 10am to 2pm Look for the OMG Foundation banner. Seeking volunteers.
140
Greenview ( Warren & Sawyer ) Block Club
313-673-1338
Sylvia
Roland
313-673-1338
Our neighborhood day event will be located @ 7394 Greenview which is a vacant lot we adopted to have community events, 48228
We are celebrating Our Neighbors, by hosting a Neighbor's Picnic Day on Neighborhood Day. We will also be having fun games, food, and recreation activities for the children. This will give our neighbor's a chance to come together and fellowship without this being a cleanup project. We will also be hosting a yard/garage sale. Greenview have a host of diverse people whom live in our community, and we welcome each and everyone. Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 10 - 3 pm
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True Faith IGA Church and A Promise Land CDC
313-469-2694
Calvin
Hilliard
313-469-2694
Carsten Elem/Mid School at Remus Robinson, 13000 Essex Ave, Detroit, MI 48215 between Coplin and Essex, 48213
Community Fair, Back-to-School supplies distribution, music, bouncers, food, games/prizes. Saturday, August 2, 2014 from 10:00am
138
Southeast Waterfront Neighborhood Association
313- 682-8464
Minnie
Lester
313- 682-8464
Hanson Park, 48215
Hanson Park cleanup, 9 a.m.-2 p.m
137
Black Business Seminars
313-285-7566
Hallie
Hughes
313-285-7566
TBD
Black Business Seminar and Networking Event August 2, 2014 Fee may apply. Time: Pending Location: Pending More information and details are forthcoming.
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Samaritan Cafe
313 571-2233
Theresa
Sparks
313 571-2233
5555 Conner, 48213
Participating in the Samaritan Center Community Day; 11 a.m.-2 p.m
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O'Hair Park Community Association
313-538-5835
Joyce
Daniel
313-538-5835
O' HAIR PARK (CENTRAL LOCATION) IN THE PARK. HESSEL AND PEMBROKE/STAHELIN AND GRANDVILLE, 48219
ON SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 2014 STARTING @ 11:00AM ENDING @ 11:00PM CALLING ALL O'HAIR NEIGHBORHOODS TO "ENJOY YOUR PARK TODAY". OHPCA WILL FACILITATE SEVERAL BLOCK CLUBS TO PUT ON EVENTS. THIS WILL INCLUDE EVENTS FOR ALL AGES AT DIFFERENT TIMES OF THE DAY. A DETAIL PROGRAM WILL BE POSTED AND CIRCULATE THROUGHOUT THE O'HAIR PARK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY FOR THE KIDS THAT WILL INCLUDE BIKE DECORATION/BIKE RIDING SKILLS/OLYMPIC STYLE GAMES AND MEDALS.
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University of Detroit Mercy
248-238-8892
Wendy
Nix
248-238-8892
Bagley Elementary School, 8100 Curtis. 48221
School beautification project, cleaning, painting, repairs; 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
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Legacy Charter Academy
313-368-2215
June
McClelland
313-368-2215
4900 E. Hildale St., 48234
Come join us at Legacy Academy on August 2nd for Neighborhood Day! We will have a petting zoo, pony rides, face painting and more...and it's all FREE!! Time: 10:30am-1:00pm Where: Legacy Charter Academy For more information, please contact the school at (313) 368-2215
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New Risen Christ Ministries
313-485-8874
Michelle
Butler
313-485-8874
13991 Evergreen Road near Schoolcraft, 48223
Aug. 2; Faith, Fellowship and Family Festival; 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Kids games, food, entertainment.. All invited. Seeking volunteers to assist with setup.
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Evergreen-Lahser 7-8 Mile Roads Community Council
313-533-3647
Alice
Halliburton
313-533-3647
Simmons Park, near Bentler and Chapel, between Burt Road and Lasher, 48219
Aug. 2; Neighborhood Cleanup and Picnic: 8 a.m-5 p.m. Seeking volunteers to help with cleanup
130
The Philip House Mission
313-861-1258
Karrie
Brown
313-861-1258
18066 James Couzens Hwy, 48235
Clean up, entertainment, give aways and fundraiser - 8/2, 8/23; 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
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Trinity Faith UMC
313 533-0101
Carol
Lee
313 533-0101
Trinity Faith, 19750 W. McNichols. 48219
Back Packs and School Supplies Giveaway, Aug 2, 2014, 10AM-3PM
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Messiah Entertainment
313-414-5884
Ramon
Wheeler
313-414-5884
TBD
Back to School Bonanza: August 2, 2014 Location TBD Info at www.messiahent.com 3-7pm Event FREE to kids Supplies, Food, Entertainment, and Giveaways ORDER YOUR SPONSOR/ VOLUNTEER T-SHIRT TODAY $20.00 INCLUDES NAME IN SPONSOR FIELD. $5 TO ADD COMPANY LOGO COLOR VARIATIONS AVAILABLE PROCEEDS GO TO SUPPLIES, FOOD, AND ENTERTAINMENT DONATIONS WELCOMED CONTACT RAMON 313.414.5884
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Keri Korner
313-310-9364
Regina
Ross
313-310-9364
Rouge Park Joy Road and Trinity, 48208
Clothes food give away event to start at 12:00 pm. -on., Seeking volunteers
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North Central Block Club Association
313-305-4471
Cheryl
Moore
313-305-4471
TBA
Neighborhood/Association Rummage Sale: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.;
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WHEN NEIGHBORS ARISE
313-828-2753
Derrick
Turnboe
313-828-2753
Russell Bazzar, 1600 Clay near I-75 Freeway, 48211
FESTIVAL OF HOPE: Noon-4 p.m. Entertainment, education and empower programs, vendors. Information focused on building strong communities, addressing violence, domestic abuse, etc. All invited to invited to celebrate positive change in Detroit and surrounding communities...
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Communicating Arts Credit Union-Highland ParkSide
313-965-8640
Shandel
Small
313-965-8640
15123 Woodward, Highland Park, 48203
Aug. 1: Member appreciation Day, 9 a.m-4 p.m.
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Communicating Arts Credit Union-East Side
313-965-8640
LaWanda
House
313-965-8640
14740 Mack Ave, 48215
Aug.1; Member appreciation Day, refreshments, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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WOTHA
313 897 5213
Phillip
Sims
313 897 5213
4914 Lovett, 48210
Aug. 2; 9 a.m. Mowing vacant lots
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Nortown Community Development Corp.
(313) 891-7709
Pat
Bosch
(313) 891-7709
Seven Mile Road & Antwerp (dump site) -- if extra help can be secured. Otherwise, we will concentrate on East Seven Mile Road from Outer Drive to Sherwood and Van Dyke from Eight Mile Road to Nevada, 48234
Start Time = 10:00 am. End Time = 2:00 pm We will need a 40 yard dumpster and some heavy equipment to clean the large items and amounts of debris which starts at the City playfield at Hollywood St. to Seven Mile Road. Seeking volunteers.
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Communicating Arts Credit Union-Downtown
313-965-8640
Hank
Hubbard
313-965-8640
630 Howard St , 48226
Aug. 1;Members appreciation day, refreshments and treats; 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
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Great Start Collaborative Wayne
734-28-54001 ext. 2
Wanetta
Reed
734-28-54001 ext. 2
TBA
Partnering with another organization on project
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Grandmont Community Association
(313) 273-7914
Cora
Duncan-Foster
(313) 273-7914
East side of Southfield Fwy Service Drive between Kendal and Schoolcraft
Neighborhood Cleanup: 10 a.m until completion; On August 2, 2014, Grandmont Community Association volunteers will be cutting grass and cleaning areas on the east side of Southfield Service Drive between Kendal Street and Schoolcraft. Also, we will be cutting grass, cleaning and removing litter from vacant homes in our community.
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Focus:Hope
248-514-0698
Andre
Masnan
248-514-0698
14100 Woodrow Wilson, Cool Cities Park near Oakman Blvd, 48206
Saturday August 2nd, 10am-4pm. Focus:Hope Safety Station. The safety team at Focus:Hope will be marshalling safety resources for the community at the Cool Cities park. Come enjoy some hotdogs, pop and other refreshments while you learn about some of the safety efforts underway in the Hope Village area. Confirmed guests include the DPD mobile command unit and the Michigan Humane Society, with more to come!
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Rippling Hope
313-704-1230
Carl
Zerweck III
313-704-1230
Northwest Christian Church, 13650 Ilene at Schoolcraft, 48227
Working with over 40 block clubs and neighborhood associations on minor home repairs, blight removal and neighborhood beautification. Throughout the summer, including Aug. 2, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Volunteers needed.
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East Side Unity Neighborhood Association
313-528-8837
Tracy
Perry
313-528-8837
Area around Rivers of Life Church, ``17124 Hayes, east side
Cleanup: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Grass cutting, board ups, painting over graffiti on Hayes St. Seeking volunteers
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Peace Lutheran Church-ELCA
248-225-8055
Pastor Tim
Larson
248-225-8055
TBA Suburban volunteers for Detroit
Peace church members, Peace Community Spiritual Center partners, and members of our denomination (the Evangelical Lutheran Church In America or ELCA) are volunteering to better Detroit where ever needed by Arise Detroit. We are also seeking deeper relationships with Arise Detroit partners to help with a huge volunteer project tapping as many as 40,000 teenage and adult sponsor volunteers (13,500 each of these days) attending the 2015 ELCA Youth Gathering in Detroit on July 16, 17, & 18, 2015.
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Crary St. Mary's Community Council
313-272-8574
Olivia
Shakoor
313-272-8574
Triangular Park, corner Fenkell and Biltmore, 48235
Annual Community Parade, 10 a.m. to 4 pm.; Includes parade and fun day, games for kids and adults, free food and refreshments, basketball, Parade route will go from Triangular Park down Greenfield to Fenkell, Puritan to Kelley Park, located at Puritan and Oakfield. Seeking volunteers.
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Michigan Science Center
313-577-8400, 436
Kern
Budde
313-577-8400, 436
5020 John R Street at Warren, 48202
Help the Science Center stock a local pantry and SAVE $1 off admission for every canned good donation at the Ticket Counter August 2 and 3 (Limit 3 cans per patron). Members will receive a FREE planetarium show with donation! Plus MiSci associates will take to the streets cleaning up the property around the museum. Hours, Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m-Sunday, Noon-6 p.m.
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Detroit Public Library
313-481-1400
A.J>
Funchess
313-481-1400
Detroit Public Library Main Branch, 5201 Woodward, 48202
Library information on community programs; Computer workshops open;; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Library information will also be available at some Neighborhoods Day locations
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Palmer Woods Association
313-207-5917
Jeff
Hines
313-207-5917
Lincolnshire Park, Seven Mile and Lincolnshire, 48203
Aug. 23-24: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.l Neighborhood Garage sale at houses throughout neighborhood; Sept. 6, Community Picnic, 3 p.m.-6 p.m.
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Grandmont Rosedale Development Corp.
313-387-4732, ext. 116
Mary
Lyons
313-387-4732, ext. 116
Grandmont area/Southfield Fwy. Service Drive at Grand River, 48223
Neighborhood Cleanup; 9 a.m.-2 p.m; Litter pick up, trash removal, yard waste removal.
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Neighborhood BUG
(248) 825-7842
Jessica
Patton
(248) 825-7842
Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Pontchartrain, 48203
11 a.m.-5 p.m; Ice cream sale and fundraiser, passing out information on urban gardening
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Green Door Initiative
(313) 922-8055
Donele
Wilkins
(313) 922-8055
Samaritan Center, 5555 Conner, 48213
Distributing information on environmental training programs, green information. 11 a/m-2 p.m.
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Grace College Detroit
313-482-9555
Andrew
Robinson
313-482-9555
13660 Stansbury St., between Grand River and Schoolcraft, 48227
Open House for Detroit's newest liberal arts college: 10 a.m-2 p.m.; Information on classes, programs, giveaways. Learn more at detroit.grace.emu;
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Krown Supermarket
313-350-9622
Shirely
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, Eight Mile at Dequindre, 48234
Bringing in Change Festival: Entertainment, kids games, health and community information. Focus on helping and empowering families; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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Belmont Payless Shoesource
313-350-9622
Shirely
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, Eight Mile at Dequindre, 48234
Bringing in Change Festival: Entertainment, kids games, health and community information. Focus on helping and empowering families; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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Belmont Coney Island
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, Eight Mile at Dequindre, 48234
Bringing in Change Festival: Entertainment, kids games, health and community information. Focus on helping and empowering families; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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New Merchant Food Center
313-350-9622
Shirely
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, Eight Mile at Dequindre, 48234
Bringing in Change Festival: Entertainment, kids games, health and community information. Focus on helping and empowering families; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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Spectrum Neon Sign Company
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, Eight Mile at Deqindre, 48234
Bringing in Change Festival: Entertainment, kids games, health and community information. Focus on helping and empowering families; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
100
Angeles Fashions for Women
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313=350=9622
Belmont Shopping Center, Eight Mile at Dequindre,48234
Bringing in Change Festival: Entertainment, kids games, health and community information. Focus on helping and empowering families; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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Belmont/Imperial/C.U.P.
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center E.8 Mile & Dequindre
Bringing in Change Festival: Entertainment, kids games, health and community information. Focus on helping and empowering families; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
098
Fitzgerald Community Council
313-399-2604
Lola
Holton
313-399-2604
Marygrove College, Wyoming at McNichols
Aug. 2; Cleanup on blocks on McNichols, from Wyoming to Marygrove Street; 9 a..m. Noon; Followed by community picnic until 4:30 p.m. on grounds of Marygrove College. Seeking volunteers
097
General Population Music
(313) 598-0408
Khary
Frazier
(313) 598-0408
Practice Space 2801 14th Street, near Michigan, MI 48215
If Detroit were Heaven. Hip-hop Artist and Detroit Advocate Khary WAE Frazier will deliver a theatrical narrative using hip-hop lyrics as a platform to analyze Detroit history, relationships, and communities. This is a free event welcome for all ages. Frazier details stories of his father Greg Frazier CPA, grandmother Mary Lee Brown, Attorney Milton Henry, and Focus:HOPE co-founder Eleanor Josaitis. The event starts at 7PM and closes at 9PM. Visit www.detroitisdifferent.com for more info
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Stafford House
(313) 377-2596
Patricia
Dockery
(313) 377-2596
9845 Woodward Ave. Detroit MI . The location is a vacant lot directly across the street from the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 9844 Woodward Ave.
Aug. 2; 9 a.m.-6 p.m, Our organization will partner with other community groups in the North End neighborhood of Detroit to sponsor our annual community garage sale. The day will include groups and individual neighbors who will be setting up tables with used items for sale. Also some community groups will set up resource tables to disburse information in the neighborhood. We will have music, food and children's activities.
095
Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts
734-709-7743
Ryan
Myers-Johnson
734-709-7743
Artist Village at Grand River and Lahser. 17336 Lahser,
Sidewalk Festival of Performing Arts is an outdoor celebration of site-specific performance and installation art, in the heart of Detroit’s Old Redford/Brightmoor Neighborhoods. Featuring Modern Dance, Progressive Hip Hop, Interactive Street Art, Theater, Experimental Jazz.. 3 p.m.-9 p.m.
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Northend Neighborhood Patrol
313-815-1440
Phillis
Judkins
313- 815 -1440
different from organization address above): 341 Westminster, 48202
NORTH END NEIGHBORHOOD PATROL 4WARD PHOENIX (YOUTH GROUP) We are hosting a day of fun all Youth of Family's who work the 8th Annual ARISE Detroit Neighborhoods Day Saturday August 2, 2014 Bring Youth ages 6 and up at 7:30 a.m. Pick up at 6:30 p.m. KNOW THAT THEY WILL HAVE A GREAT DAY OF FUN. WHILE YOU ARE VOLUNTEERING TO MAKE ARISE DETROIT A GREAT SUCCESS 341 WESTMINSTER Detroit, Michigan 48202 For more information call: 313 875 9151 Phillis Judkins
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Peace Baptist Church
313-205-9978
Vanessa
Standifer
313-205-9978
/Belmont Shopping Center, Dequindre at E Eight Mile,
Entertainment, Food, Games for children and Local company providing information to our neighborhood. Aug. 2 Hours 1-5 p.m.
092
AARP
517-267-8922
Angela
Mulder
517-267-8922
Fellowship Chapel, 7707 West Outer Drive near Sfld.Fwy. 48235
Shred Truck Event - Document shredding. Event time 2 p.m.-6 p.m.
091
Heal Detroit
313-974-5932
Lakeisha
Harris
313-974-5932
Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Pontchartrain
Aug. 2; Heal Detroit Peace Rally...East Side of Detroit will march from 7mile&Van Duke to 7 mile& Ponchatrain/Palmer Park, West Side 7mile& Greenfield to 7&Ponchatrain, City of Highland Park is included as well. GettMoneyGang Maybachmusic will be headlining the event. Groups will meet at 10 a.m. and march to Palmer Park for rally at noon and continue until 6 p.m. Seeking volunteers to assist.
090
Bleeding Heart Design
313-718-4044
Rebecca
Willis
313-718-4044
325 E. State Fair, near John R, 48203
Public art exhibit, mural painting, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Also will do Neighborhood Cleanup. Seeking volunteers.
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Antioch COGIC
313 862 0076
Tanya
Way
313 862 0076
16827 Appoline, Detroit, MI 48235
Aug. 2; 10 a.m.-Noon; Youth rally and community health and welfare information fair.
088
Benjamin O. Davis Aerospace Technical High School Community PTA
313-618-2011
Lawrence
Millben
313-618-2011
Detroit City Airport, 11499 Conner Ave, 48213
Aug. 2l 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; Promoting and recruiting students for this Jewel of Detroit---- "Benjamin O. Davis Aerospace Technical High School". Aerospace, aviation, engineering, math, project management, science and technology are careers paths that are available by attending this High School.
087
Friends of Detroit City Airport
313-822-2237
Beverly
Kindle Walker
313-822-2237
Detroit City Airport Coleman A. Young International Airport 11499 Conner Ave,, MI 48213
Aug, 2, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.;Expose youth to the fields of aviation, engineering, math, science & technology Sign youth up for future free plane rides Ages 8-17 years old (limited amount of rides available. Geared towards youth that had not signed up in the past.)
086
Heritage Manor
313-263-8219
Janice
Mitchell
313-263-8219
9500 Grand River, Nardin Park, Grand River at Chicago, 48204
Aug. 15l Community Day: 11 a.m.-4 p.m; Activities will include bouncers for kids, refreshments, music. All welcome to attend. Event is free. Vendors will have items for sale. Seeking health exhibitor or vendor. Seeking volunteers.
085
Detroit College Promise
248-646-3269
Nat
Pernick
248-646-3269
At the Gratiot Splash, Vernor at Gratiot near downtown Detroit
; Signing up students for Detroit College Promise scholarships; 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
084
Cardoni Block Club
313-772-0632
Kym
Newson
313-772-0632
TBA
Cleanup and community picnic, 9 a.m-2 p.m.
083
Jones & Co.
313-740-6300
Don
Jones
313-740-6300
14203 Jane, near Chalmers and Houston-Whittier, 48205
Corner lot cleanup: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Seeking volunteers.
082
Maggie Lee's Community Center
313-737-9042
Maggie
Lee
313-737-9042
Maggie Lee's Community Center, 7700 Puritan,, 48238
Community Fun Day: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; Cleanup neighborhood with block club clubs; food and refreshments will be available. Kids activities and games. Martial arts demonstrations. Seeking volunteers
081
Inspiring Our Sons
313-766-8512
Joyce
Burrell
313-766-8512
The Mathis Community Center 19300 Greenfield Detroit, MI 48235
10 a.m.-1 p.m.; Clean up at Mathis Center and neighborhood
080
Washburn Unity Block Club
313-341-2178
Linda
Warner
313-341-2178
Washburn between Santa Maria and McNichols, 48221
Health Fair and cleanup: Time TBA' Needs volunteers for cleanup.
079
Detroit House of Hope
313-728-9253
Michael
DeRamjus
313-728-9253
Stoepel and Dover Park,
Dover at Stoepel, Joy Road Livernois area, 48204
Neighborhoods cleanup, Joy Road Livernois, Noon- 8 p.m.; Seeking volunteers
078
It Takes A Village Y'All
313-574-4757
Robert
Robinson III
313-574-4757
Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Woodward, 48203
Event will take place at peace rally in Palmer Park Heal Detroit Event
077
Mack Alive
313-824-3900
Artina
Hardman
313-824-3900
TBA
TBA
076
Hartford Memorial Baptist Church
313-999-0179
Virgil
Young
313-999-0179
18700 James Couzens, 48235, Lugar Park, across street from Hartford Memorial Baptist Church
2nd Annual children Olympics: Children games, races, face painting , basketball, horseshoes food and refreshments noon-5p.m.
075
Michigan Technical Academy
313.272.1649
Sandra
Ware
313.272.1649
TBD
TBD
074
Museum of African American HIstory
313-494-5884
Tyrone
Davenport
313-494-5884
315 E. Warren near John R., 48201
Neighborhoods Day admission discounts, Dollar off regular price
073
Laying the Foundation
31-3478-3901
Katherine
Blakely
31-3478-3901
13627 Gratiot, 48205
Will hold a health fair and distribute health information, event will go from 10:00 - 2:00 p.m.
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Samaritan Center
313-579-4546
Mark
Owens
313-579-4546
5555 Conner Ave., near Warren, 48213
Community Day: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; Samaritan Center will grill food on site for neighborhood residents and visitors to Samaritan on Neighborhoods Day.
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Love Detroit Prevention Coalition
313-324-8705
Mike
Fisher
313-324-8705
Josefiak Play Lot 13100 Greiner Street Detroit 48205
Saturday, August 2, 2014 10am to 2pm The Love Detroit Prevention Coalition is hosting a community fun day for neighborhood children and families. We will provide for free: fun games, face painting, music, and refreshments. Volunteers are asked to help us clean the area of trash and vegetation during the morning of the event. Community resource information and substance abuse prevention messages will be provided throughout the event.
070
Lakewood Block Club
313-330-3117
Thelma
Hall
313-330-3117
Lakewood Street between Vernor and Charlevoix, 48215
Neighborhood Cleanup, 10 a.m-4 p.m.
069
International Preparatory Academy
1-734-402-7325
Catherine
Stepherson
1-734-402-7325
TBA
K-8 Recruiting for the fall semester of 2014
068
Transition 123 Inc.
313- 808-3878
Charice
Miles
313- 808-3878
15 Florence Street, River Rouge, 48232
Time: TBA: Seeking volunteers Transition 123 Inc. will be having a women and children's shelter revitalization day
067
Happy Homes Community Association
313-370-3872
Charlotte
Blackwell
313-370-3872
TBA
TBA
066
Starr Commonwealth
517-630-2338
John
Hollingsworth
517-630-2338
Carr Center, 311 E. Grand River, downtown Detroit, 48226
Sunday, Aug. 10; Art of Resilience Festival: 2 p.m.-8 p.m. Full day of activities by young people (ages six to 18) featuring performing arts in dance, theater, visual arts, spoken and written word and more. Groups interested in performing should phone, 313-923-7353.
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Diamondz House of Care/Soul Devil Motorcycle Club
313-704-8290
Denise
Lomax
313-704-8290
Wyoming at Plymouth, 48227
One City, One Love Parade: Will start at 9 a.m at corner of Wyoming and Plymourth, will walk south on Plymouth past Meyers to Phelp Park. Community picnic at noon, with good, games, activities for kids. Activities conclude at 7p.m. Seeking parade acts. Call, 313-704-8290.
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Be Blessed
313-717-3409
Annie
Adams
313-717-3409
13321 Puritan , 48227
Community Fair: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Cleanup, kids bouncers, card games,
refreshments. Seeking volunteers for cleanup.
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AYSIACDC
313-717-3409
Annie
Adams
313-717-3409
13321 Puritan, 48227
Community Fair: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Cleanup, kids bouncers, card games,
refreshments. Seeking volunteers for cleanup.
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Holy Ground Missionary Baptist Church
313-717-3409
Annie
Adams
313-717-3409
13321 Puritan,
Community Fair: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Cleanup, kids bouncers, card games,
refreshments. Seeking volunteers for cleanup.
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University Commons
313-861-9626
Lolita
Haley
313-861-9626
Livernois Ave, from Pembroke to Clarita
Jazz on the Ave. We will have music and childrens events that will encourage walk and dining on Livernois There will be 4 sound stagese. We will attempt to open 2 neighborhood pop ups. The event will begin at 12 noon and end a 9pm
060
SkillsVille
248-320-6675
Rohn
Baker
248-320-6675
17609 Livernois near Curtis, 48221
Neighborhood Day & Open House, 11 a.m.-3 p.m..
059
Alkebu-Lan Village
313-921-1616
Marvis
Cofield
313-921-1616
7701 Harper, 48213
Aug. 2; Neighborhood Cleanup, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
058
Helping Operations For People Empowerment
248-840-0099
Sammie
Spruill
248-840-0099
6125 Beechwood , 48210
Seeking volunteers; Neighborhood cleanup in area around 6125 Beechwood, 9 a.m.-3 p.m
057
The McKinney Foundation
313-475-8774
Tiah
McKinney
313-475-8774
Belle Isle
Event is Aug. 9; Health Expo: Immunizations, health cooking demonstrations, health information.;
056
Wisdom Lodge No. 57 Free and Accepted Masons PHA of Detroit Michigan
313-308-7295
Kelvin
Meeks
313-308-7295
Area Fenkell and Hubell, 48227
Clean up 11:00 - 2:00 Targeting the area of Fenkell and Hubbell
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Next Generation Community Organizers
313-303-1530
Cherry
Campbell
313-303-1530
50 Manchester, east of Woodwaard, Highland Park, 48203 chester
Inside Farmer's Market; 9 a.m.-2 p.m.; Community fair with vendors, entertainment, book and school supply back giveaway
054
Spa-A-Peel
313-530-7427
Wanda
Bynum
313-530-7427
19025 Grand River, 48223
Customer appreciation day: Noon-8 p.m.; Massage specials.
053
West Grand Boulevard Collaborative
313-870-9244
Mildred
Robbins
313-870-9244
West Grand Boulevard at Churchill, 48298
Vacant lot cleanup: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
052
Liberty Temple Baptist Church
313 837-6331
Clayburn
Lewis
313 837-6331
17188 Greenfield Road, 48235
Community Day: The activitIes will take place on the church parking lot starting at 10:00am-5:00pm. Activities will include Health and Fitness activities, School supplies, food, entertainment, and actviities for children/youth. Marching band, vendors displaying their products. All of the actvities will be held on Saturday August 2 ,2014.
051
Cobo Cleaners
313-863-0400
Naomi
Shinn
313-863-0400
18723 Livernois, near Curtis, 48221
Customer appreciation day, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Refreshments
050
BikeVON /National Kidney Foundation
248-225-0601
Yvonne
Rucker
24-8225-0601
19321 West Chicago Det @ Don Bosco hall
Seeking volunteers: Enjoy a neighborhood hot dog cook out day. BikeVON with the American Lung Association and the Wolverine Sport Club will host a bicycling education class. The day will start at 10:00 am with a bicycling education class where the rules of the road are taught. Participants will learn how to ride in the street safely, helmet fit, how to change a tire and the bike friendly bike paths and parks in the Detroit area. Class participants will go for a family fun ride and return for refreshments
049
Urban Stingz II Ensemble
313-443-2210
Cecilia
Sharpe
313-443-2210
Belle Isle
Youth violin concert performance, 8:30 a.m-Noon, part of Backpacking for Success Music Festival
048
Living The Word Ministries
248 352-5108
Dwain
Harbin
248 352-5108
13844 Puritan , 48227
Clean up need assistance with pick-ups Event will start 10 A.M.
047
Hereford Street Block Club
586-744-6103
James
Ribbron
586-744-6103
5949 Hereford, 48224
Neighborhood Cleanup, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
046
Bagley Community Council
602-317-2778
Patricia
Wells
602-317-2778
TBA
TBA
045
UpSouthFoods Mobile Produce Market
313-522-7156
Joceln
Harris
313-522-7156
TBA
UpSouthn Foods will be at Rosie Dinner Corner of E.Jefferson and Harding from 10 a.m. - 12 noon with free watermelon slices for all!!!...in celebration of Neighborhoods Day.........
044
Greater St. Matthew Baptist Church
313-917-3115
David
Bullock
313-917-3115
396 LaBelle St., Highland Park, 48203
TBA
043
Young Men in Motion
313-442-5246
Minnie
Davis
313-442-5246
Judge Mathis Community Center, 19300 Greenfield, 48235
Youth activities, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
042
Motor City Chargers Youth Sports Organization
313-467-9019
JD
Harvey
313-467-9019
Dad Butler Playfield,behind Belmont Shopping Center, Dequindre at Belmont
Aug. 2; 10 a.m., Registration and donations for youth programs.
041
Sacred Heart Church
1-313-585-6861
Carlos
Gaither
1-313-585-6861
100 Rivard, east of I-75, 48234
Three Day Church Bazzar; Aug. 1, 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Jazz with Straight Ahead; Aug. 2, Poor Man's Caberet, 6:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m.; Aug..3; Bazzar Sunday, 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m., kids games, Bingo, entertainment,, fashion show.
040
Detroit City Chess Club
248-21-95702
Kevin
Fite
248-21-95702
Chrysler Elementary 1445 E. Lafayette Detroit, MI 48207
Detroit City Chess Club will meet at Chrysler Elementary (Home of the National Chess Champions) from 9am to 1:00pm. Everyone is welcome to come out and play a friendly game of chess against Detroit's finest young chess talent. Chess sets will be provided.
039
Full & Fabulous, the Curvy Girl Project
313-331-4929
Sharon
Dumas
313-331-4929
Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Pontchartrain, 48203
Join Full & Fabulous, the Curvy Girl Project and Detroit Youth Getting Fit for the 15th Annual Walk aganist Childhood Obesity & Family Fun Day. Sat, Aug 2, at Palmer Park in Detroit. Registration starts at 11:00a.m., warm-up 11:30 and the walk begins at 12 noon. After walking around the park we will return to refreshments, games and prizes, until 5pm. . The walk is in memory of Tinnay Michelle White; a Full & Fabulous member who passed away at the age of 17, from complications of obesity.
038
Buffalo Soldiers M/C of Michigan
313-744-7907
Lawrence
Hall
313-744-7907
10545 Puritan, 48221
Aug. 2; Open House and community block party, 1 p.m-6 p.m
037
ICARE 365/ Spaulding for Children
248-443-2108
George
Miller
248-443-2108
Eight Mile at Dequindre, Belmont Shopping Center,
Community Day: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; We will be recruiting foster and adoptive parents. We will be located at the Belmont shopping Center, in partnership with Community United for Progress, Saturday August 2, 2014
036
Shiawassee Community Block Cub
313-673-7231
Sandra
Peoples-Jones
313-673-7231
Shiawassee Street between Seven Mile and Grand River, 48219
Block Party: Noon-7 p.m.; Kids games, food, fun
035
Man Power Mentoring, Inc.
313-247-5002
Xzun
Bellefant
313-247-5002
Harper & Chalmers at Evanston, 48213
Aug. 2; Board up of nine houses and neighborhood cleanup, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.; Seeking 20 volunteers.
034
Regent Park Community
313.704.6077
Willa
Ray
313.704.6077
Eight Mile/State Fair/Gratiot/Kelly, 48205
Community Cleanup: 8 a.m.-Noon; Seeking volunteers; Our Neighborhoods Day Events will take place throughout the community concentrating on and cleaning the curbs of various blocks. Residents of the community who volunteer will move from block to block cleaning the curbs. This will be one of our many efforts to clean up our community and get more residents involved.
033
Temple of I AM 7th annual Community & Immunization Health Fair
313-673-5093
Jewell
Akins
313-673-5093
4380 Conner Ave. , 48215
Event is Aug. 16: 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m; Immunizations for children & adults (1st 50 children receive a gift card & school supplies); Mammogram screenings for eligible women (preregistration for these screenings is required by calling 313-673-5093). Diabetes & Depression screening, HIV testing provided. Receive a MYHEALTH Report from WSU Open Source Medicine. Community resource information, adult, senior, & children activities, food & refreshments, free massages, petting farm & pony rides, raffles, live entertainment. Fun
032
Save Our City
313-685-2585
Kim
Vernon
313-685-2585
TBD
Block Club Party with Health Information: 11 a.m-6 p.m; Senior community service activities, cookout and more.
031
Detroit Community Health Connection
3138212591 ext 3112
Derek
Ware
3138212591 ext 3112
Greater Burnette Baptist Church, 16801 Schoolcraft, 48227
Health Screenings: Noon-5 p.m. at Greater Burnette Baptist Church
030
Mansfield Block Club
313-837-3224
Donyell
James
313-837-3224
14511 Mansfield, 48227
Community art fair; Aug. 9; Volunteers needed, The Mansfield Block Club will host a community art fair on August 9, 2014 for children age 1-12. The fair will include finger painting, coloring and other creativity art expression. School supplies will be given to all children who pre-register for the event..
029
KO BLIGHT
313 405 4432
Andrea
Darnell
313 405 4432
Puritan between Livernois and Wyoming, 48238
Cleanup inside and outside of building: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Northwest Activities Center, Meyers at Curtis
028
Detroit Institute of Arts
313-833-9786
Syretta
Lee
313-833-9786
Detroit Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward Ave, 48202
The Detroit Institute of Arts will celebrate Neighborhoods Day, by having Yoga and Zumba on our South Lawn. The event will begin at 9:00 am with Yoga and 11:00am with Zumba.
027
Hollywood Golf Institute
248-747-3489
Selina
Johnson
248-747-3489
Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Woodward, 48203
Holywood Golf Institute PeeWee Invitational: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pee Wee golf tournament with ages four to 12. For third year in a row, will also include a young golf team from Harlem, N.Y. called the Hollywood Harlem. Trophies and prizes will be awarded. Volunteers needed to assist with registration and field activities.
026
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints
248-569-6758
Karin
Dains
248-569-6758
17400 Second, 48203
Back to School fair: 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m.FREE backpacks for children (must be accompanied by adult)! FREE school supplies! FREE games & prizes! FREE food! We are partnering once again with the HDCC, Holistic Development Community Center;
025
Oak Grove AME Church
313-341-8877
Roberta
Brown
313-341-8877
19801 Cherrylawn near Pembroke, 48201
Back to School Rally: On Aug. 2, Oak Grove AME Church; 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.; Book back giveaway for students; health and wellness works; vendors from Detroit Police Department and Detroit Public Schools; Gleaners will distribute food baskets, music, fun.
024
Heritage Manor
313-263-8219
Janice
Mitchell
313-263-8219
Narden Park, Chicago at Grand River, 48204
Community Day: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; Activities include bouncers for kids, music, treats and food, All Welcome. Need volunteers to engage with residents of Heritage Manor, play checkers, chess, etc..
023
Gift of Life MOTTEP
313-875-9055
Remonia
Chapman
313-875-9055
Belle Isle Casino
Saturday, July 26:Life Walk/Run honoring Angelo Henderson, late WCHB radio host' Registration at 7:30 a.m.; Run at 8:30 a.m.; Walk, 9 a.m.; Kids Fun Run, Life Walk food café; Music, Cass Tech High Marching Band, Tiger Mascot Paws. To register for walk go to www.motteplifewalk.org., or phone 323-875-9055. Walks supports educational programs on health and wellness and organ/tissue donations for minorities and multicultural communities.
022
Exodus House Ministries
586-222-1995
Pastor / Prophetess Donetta
Banks
586-222-1995
17575 Livernois in Detroit, 48203
Provide community with Resources for Job Training Programs, Life Skills Training, Transitional Housing Programs and Crisis Intervention Services. Food Distribution will be given on that day as well as neighborhood cleanup of block starting at 7 mile in Detroit, from 1:00pm - 4:00pm, August 2, 2014.
021
Hartford Village Senior Living Community
248-281-2024
Gena
Edwards
248-281-2024
Maggie Lee's Community Center 7700 Puritan Ave. 48238
Senior Living Day: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Information about an exciting new Premier Senior Living Community called Hartford Village. Enjoy your retirement years in a place where you can have peace of mind and live in a gated community! For more details and information contact Gena Edwards at 248-281-2024.
020
Alpha Psi Kappa
313-205-0655
Chez
Burse
313-205-.0655
Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Woodward, Park cleanup
Park cleanup, 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
019
Extreme lipstick Divaz
248-979-0224
Lanette
Hardy
24-8979-0224
Palmer Park, seven Mile at Woodward, 48203
Park cleanup, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.,
volunteers needed.
018
Joy-Southfield Community Development Corporation
313 581-7773, ext 105
David
Law
313 581-7773, ext 105
18917 Joy Road and 18900 Joy Road, 48228
Community fair and farmers market. Info about local health, community & economic development programs. Sat Aug 2, 9AM to 3PM
017
Emerald Springs Townhome Community
313--366-1701
Tia
Davis
313--366-1701
5825 Emerald Springs Circle , 48212
Aug 2, resident appreciation, food, games, bounce houses 12:00 noon- 4pm
016
S.I.S.T.E.R.S. Non-Profit Organization
313-204-8739
Keisha
Young
313-204-8739
kFellowship Chapel Church, 7707 W. Outer Drive, 48235
On August 30, S.N.P. will host our Annual Pink & Grey Back 2 School event at Fellowship Chapel Church!!! Please call to reserve your seat, this event is free to the community, but space is limited!!! Event starts at 4:00pm - 6:30pm Contact us at sisters_org@yahoo.com; or call 313-204-8739.
015
"The Community Shall Be Restored" TV Show, Prophet Cedric Banks
313-333-8591
Theresa
Johnson
313-333-8591
Comcast 20 studio, 24800 Warner St, Warren, MI
7 p.m., Aug. 2; Live Neighborhoods Day Broadcast, Come out and be a part of the live studio audience of the TV Show "The Community Shall Be Restored" with Prophet Cedric Banks. This show brings together spiritual, political, and community leaders in order to uplift and showcase great things already happening in this city as well as those who are striving to make it a better place every day; Taped version of show runs every Sunday, 10 a.m., Detroit Comcast Channel 20.
014
18000 Greeley Street Block Club
313-891-5237
Tom
McCampbell
313-891-5237
Greeley Street, between 7 Mile and E. Nevada, 48203
Neighborhood Cleanup, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; Refreshment afterward; Seeking 10 volunteers to assist.
013
Redford Seahawk Youth Sports
313-768-7739
Abiid
Abdullah
313-768-7739
Edward C. Heckel Park, Woodbine, between McNichols and Grand River, 48219
Park and school clean up of John C. Lodge Elementary School, 8 a.m. to Noon; Seeking five to 10 volunteers.
012
Youth Development Commission
313-963-8916
Audrean
Williams
313-963-8916
Community Fun Day Saturday, August 2, 2014 FREE and Open to the Public SITE: Stoepel Park, # 1 14801 Westwood St. Detroit, MI 48223 ACTIVITIES: Home Run Derby 9:00 am - 10:00 am Baseball/Softball Tournament 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Community Fun Day Activities 11:00 am – 3:00 pm This fun packed day is focused on youth and families having fun. Activities include inflated bounce houses, face painting, refreshments.
DETROIT TIGERS HOMETOWN CHAMPIONSHIP Event Description The Detroit Tigers Hometown Championship is a sports signature event in the metropolitan Detroit area, July 31 – August 6, 2014. For 19 years the Youth Development Commission, the Detroit Recreation Department and the Detroit Tigers Foundation, an affiliate of Ilitch Charities have successfully collaborated in the production of this youth focused event.
011
Habitat for Humanity of Detroit
313) 521-6691, ext. 107
Sandra
Cobb
313) 521-6691, ext. 107
Morningside Community on Lakepointe Street; east of Alter Road (between E. Warren & Mack Avenues)
Habitat for Humanity Detroit - Building homes, communities, and hope. Join our 2014 Blitz Build: 8/16 - 8/23, 2014 (excludes 8/17); we'll construct 7 new houses on the eastside of Detroit. Looking for volunteers ages 16+. If you're 16 or 17, you must have an adult volunteer with you. Both skilled & unskilled volunteers welcomed. Activities begin daily at 7:30 a.m. and conclude at 4:00 p.m. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. For questions or to sign-up, email: volunteer@habitatdetroit.org.
010
United Neighborhoods and Inspiring Youth
313-989-7876
Jonathan
Parker
313-989-7876
Downey Park (MLK & I- 96 area)
Will have service project during morning 8-10 and resource fair/back to school event from 10 till 3... food, fun, and unity amongst the people in the community Seeking volunteers.
009
Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development
313-965-0606
Anita
Peek
313-377-8416
Neighborhood Progress House 4838 Spokane (at I-96) Detroit, Michigan 48204
The Rosa & Raymond Parks Institute will be planting vegetables and gardening. Saturday – August 2, 2014 9am-1pm
008
The Order of the Fishermen
313-933-0770
Trieniere
Steinberg
313-933-0770
10025 Grand River Ave at Livernois., 48204
TBD
007
Queen's Community Workers
313-933-0770
Trieniere
Steinberg
313-933-0770
10025 Grand River Ave at Livernois, 48204
Rosary and Prayer Breakfast for the Spirit of Detroit; Landscaping cutting of alleys in neighborhood
006
Life Church
313-834-0600
Layeela
Jones
313-834-0600
4366 West Davison, east of Livernois, 48238
Community Day: Noon-4 p.m.; Free clothes giveaway; free food, exotic zoo animals for kids, free haircuts
005
Binder Street Block Club
313.892.4204
Elois
Moore
313.892.4204
2100 block of Binder Street, between Winchester and E.Eight Mile, 48234
Block Party: The block club party will beginning at 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. We will have games, inflatable water slide, basketball tournaments, dancing, The block club members will have yard sales. We will also be barbequing. There will be prizes and raffles.
004
GMUC SE Gratiot Business District
(313) 212 - 4361
Josie
Campbell
(313) 212 - 4361
Gratiot at Vernor/I-75
Gratiot Splash: 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Zumba, entertainment, talent show, civic speakers, Mosaic Youth Theater peformance, horse carriage rides, business and community vendors. All free!
003
Kingdom Culture Church
313-491-1222
Scott
Dewberry
313-491-1222
8809 Schoolcraft, near Wyoming, 48238
Neighborhood Cleanup, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; Kingdom Culture Church, 8809, covering block Indiana and Kentucky, blocks east of Wyoming; Food and refreshment, seeking volunteers, call church; Seeking help to board up vacant house.
002
Positive Images
313-822-6940
Charlotte
Hunter
313-822-6940
700 E. Grand Blvd Detroit near Charlevoix Mi 48207
Cleanup: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Rake and clean up trash for 4 properties front and back
001
Habitat for Humanity of Detroit
313) 521-6691, ext. 107
Sandra
Cobb
313) 521-6691, ext. 107
4178 Lakepointe Street, 48224
Saturday, August 2; 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Join Habitat Detroit as we come together as an expression of God’s love to build homes, community and hope. We plan to deck one house and build gable walls. A total of (20) volunteers are needed. Volunteers should be at least 16 years old, and those 16/17 need to have an adult volunteer with them for the day. Both skilled & unsk
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