Neighborhoods Day Events List

org-id
Name
Phone
Contact FName
Contact LName
Contact Phone
Location
Information
256
Urban Neighborhood Initiative
313.451.8380
Lisa
Rodriguez
313.451.8380
Location: 2400 Central (Harms Elementary) and 2411 Central Street (Azteca Supermercado)
10 a.m.-5 p.m.; The scope of work will outline Harms Elementary School and Azteca Supermercado located at Central and Pitt Street. The mission for the day is to beautify Harms Elementary by removing debris and provide landscaping. At Azteca Supermercado our mission is to transform the alley and manicure the parking lot with sweeping and building new flower beds on Central Street.
255
ARTLABJ
313-638-2192
Oliver
Ragsdale
313-638-2192
311 E. Grand River, 48226
— ARTLAB J is pleased to present the 3rd Annual Detroit Dance City Festival (DDCF) in downtown Detroit July 30th-August 1st, 2015. The three-day community-building event celebrates dance in its various forms with daily workshops, performances by over thirty local and international performing artists and dance companies, and networking opportunities held at various venues downtown
254
Art of Resilience Pop-Up Film Festival
313 923 7353
John
Hollingsworth
313 923 7353
The Artist Village, 17405 Lahser Rd, Detroit, MI 48219
The Art of Resilience Youth Festival Pop-up Film Screening, 3-5pm, Artist Village, Redford, Detroit
253
Nagle and Carrie Block Club
314-574-2066
Angela
Tanksley
314-574-2066
Nagle Street between Carrie and Miller/Harper/Van Dyke area, 48213
Neighborhood Cleanup and Beautification,10 a.m. to 2 p.m.;
252
Detroit Nation
313 418-1914
Malesa
Ownes McGhee
313 418-1914
Seeking volunteers: Milwaukee/Junction Neighborhood, 48202; 10 a.m.-Noon
Neighborhood Cleanup: Tune in to Detroit Nation with Dr. V. Elayne Arterbery. The nations premiere source on health, beauty and wellness. Sunday10am-10:30am on 88.1fm WHPR, stream live @ www.fm881whpr.com. Download the WHPR 88.1 mobile App and ROKU . Follow us on Twitter and Instrgram @313nationradio and contact us @www.detroitnationradio.com Detroit Nation LifeStyle Driven
251
City Year Detroit
313-874-6881
Nicole
Byrd
313-874-6881
Earhart School, 1000 Scotten, 48209
Painting, cleanup: 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
250
Blue Cross Blue Shield
313-225-7414
Chari
Davis
313-225-7414
East Side Adult Education, 13840 Lappin, 48205
Beautification and cleanup; 9 a.m.-2 p.m.; seeking volunteers
249
Blue Cross Blue Shield
313-225-7414
Chari
Davis
313-225-7414
Academy of Americas Shool, 5680 Konkel St
9 a.m.-2 p.m.; Weed removal, beautification, seeking volunteers
248
GPX Healting, Cooling, Plumbing, Electrical
313-974-0352
Courtney
Davis
313-974-0352
600 Block Atkinson Street, 48202
Atkinson Street Senior Service Project: Repairs on the homes of senior citizens; 9 a.m.-5 p.m
247
Union Grace Missionary Baptist Church
313-300-5372
Shirley
Corder
313-300-5372
Martin Luther King Boulevard Park, Rosa Parks at W. Grand Boulevard, 48206
10 a.m.-2 p.m.; Outreach ministries, cookout, sharing resource information with residents.
246
In His Presence Ministires
313-622-2216
DusJohn
Williams N
313-622-2216
8130 Mack near Van Dyke, 48211
Seeking volunteers: Neighborhood Cleanup around church, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
245
Bethelehem Tabernacle Church of God in Christ
248-469-3796
April
Cobb
248-469-3796
13000 Schoolcraft, 48227
Community Fun Day! - August 1, 2015, 12pm - 4pm Join us for a day filled with Food, Fun and Fellowship. There will be games prizes and other activities. Good clean fun for the whole family. This event is the climax of our Family Vacation Bible School (3BC) Bethlehem Bible Boot Camp will be held nightly July 27 - July 31, 6pm - 8pm Community Fun Day and Camp are FREE to the public. For more info contact April Cobb (248) 469-3796
244
Wayne County Executive Warren C. Evans
313.224.5056
Marloshawn
Franklin
313.224.5056
Bagley Elementary School 8100 Curtis Detroit, MI 48221 Contact: Ardelle Bradley 313.610.2008
Beautify Outdoors, Cleaning, Gardening Event Date: August 1, 2015 9: 00am - 11: 30 am
243
Black Family Development
313-758-0150
Andrea
Perkins
313-758-0150
Osborn High School area, Osborn High School, 1160 East Seven Mile, 48205
Seeking volunteers: Aug. 3-8; Neighborhood Makeover project, cleanup, board ups
242
Project Rise Detroit
703-598-0454
Heather
Van Hise
703-598-0454
4599 Allendale St, Detroit Mi 48204
Seeking volunteers: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cleanup of Sampson Webber Academy as well as the 4000-5000 Block of Allendale St. Beautification of the block and area surrounding school.
241
Local 22, UAW
313-719-9921
Percy
Johnson
313-719-9921
LOCAL 22, UAW 4300 MICHIGAN AVENUE DETROIT MI 48210
Job Fair: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Over 20 companies will be interviewing for construction job opportunities and training programs.
240
True Blessings of God Church
313 657-7261
Rev. Al
Gaines
313 657-7261
4723 E. 7 Mile Road, 48234
We would like to clean up around the Church also offer free hot dogs, chips, and soda to the neighborhood to unite the community with the church. Or we would like to have a hotdog and a prayer for everyone who so ever would like it for the day.
239
F.A.M.E City
313.523.9715
Stephen
Gardner
313.523.9715
God's Holy Temple Church located at W. 50 McNichols Detroit, Mi 48203
In conjunction with Arise Detroit and God's Holy Temple Church, F.A.M.E City will be having a Back To School Jam. To provide the neighborng communities children with school supplies and the can do attitude needed to succeed in the upcoming school year.
238
KO Blight
313 405 4432
Andrea
Darnell
313 405 4432
Glorified Church of Christ - Pastor Paulette Glover-Alston 8601 Puritan Detroit, MI 48238
Noon-5 p.m. Glorified Church of Christ - Pastor Paulette Glover-Alston 8601 Puritan Detroit, MI 48238.
236
Community Development Advocates of Detroit CDAD
313-832-4620
Sarida
Scott
313-832-4620
TBD
TBD
235
Shrine of the Black Madonna Pan African Orthodox Christian Church
313 898-0360
Paul
Holmes
313 898-0360
7625 Linwood, 48206
Community clean-up around facility between 9 am and 3 pm
234
Symphony in D
248-561-1174
Chard
Rochkind
248-561-1174
Artist Village, 18220 Lahser at Grand River, 48219
3 p.m.-9 p.m.; Symphony in D is a symphony that is being composed for Detroit and by Detroit. It's a collaboration between the MIT Media Lab and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. At the booth we'd record peoples sounds and stories. These will eventually get woven into the final piece which will premiere at Orchestra Hall on November 20. Will also have a chalk board where people can draw or write their answer the question: "What does Detroit sound like?"
233
Bagley Community Council, Inc.
313-927-2674
Alicia
Biggers
313-927-2674
Jazz on the Ave - Livernois & Cambridge, 48221
We are partnering with the Avenue of Fashion & University Commons for their annual JAZZ ON THE AVE. We will be sharing information about Bagley Community, registering volunteers for our safety patrols, and offering Bagley shirts and bags for sale (fundraiser). We will also be encouraging guest to consider Bagley as their future neighborhood to live in. Our booth will be occupy from 9am to 5pm.
232
Southwest Detroit Business Association
313-712-2225
Victor
Robinson
313-712-2225
7752 West Vernor at Central, 48209
Youth Festival: Games, back to school supplies, family activities, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
231
Youth Development Commission/Detroit Tigers
313-963-8916
Sam
Abrams
313-471-2363
Various locations/Go to www.HometownChampionship.com for detals
20th Year of Detroit Tigers Home Town Chammpionship, boys baseball and girls softball tournament with more than 100 teams, playing July 30 through Aug. 6. Tournament sites are Balduck Park, Maheras Gentry Playfield, St. Scholastica and Stoepel Park No. 1.
230
Detroit Institute of Arts
313-833-9786
Syretta
Lee
313-833-9786
5200 Woodward Ave, 48202
TBD
229
Michelle Broughton's Clique Volunteers
313-587-4125
Michelle
Broughton
313-587-4125
Mike's Market, Livernois at Seven Mile, 48221
Noon- 3 p.m.; We will be cleaning the area and teaching seniors about computers as a way of connecting with other community groups, family and friends.
228
Sisters Network - Greater Metropolitan Detroit Chapter
313.438.3639
Sisters Network
Greater Metropolitan Detroit Chapter
313.438.3639
Gratiot Splash - Gratiot McDougal Business Association on Gratiot/Vernor
Gratiot McDougal Business Association on Gratiot/Vernor; we will provide information about the importance of cancer screenings for African Americans and the importance to stop the silence about cancer in the African American community. August 1, 2015 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
227
.. Perfecting Grace Ministries
313-999-8404
Erik
Williams
313-999-8404
13114 Fenkell, Detroit MI 48227
Saturday, August 1, 2015 10am - 1pm Clean up the ally and surrounding areas of the church.
226
Michigan Wildcats Youth Club
313-598-0548
Christina
DasGupta
313-598-0548
Central High School 2425 Tuxedo St, Detroit, MI 48206
The Benefit Game: Michigan Wildcats vs. Milan Tigers play five football games starting at 2:00pm-8:00pm. The football players and cheerleaders are ages 5-14 years. There will be food, face-painting, bounce house, music, health screening, health insurance enrollments and more. Fun for the entire family...
225
St. Louis Luce Community Block Club
313-655-3556
Mary
George
313-655-3556
St. Louis Luce Park, 48212
Neighborhood and Park Cleanup
224
Go Social Detroit
(855) 4-GO-SOCIAL
Sola
Obayan
(855) 4-GO-SOCIAL
Ponyride, 1st Floor Meeting Room at 1401 Vermont St, Detroit, 48216.
Seeking volunteers:Go Social Detroit is hosting a FREE social media workshop for small businesses from 2pm - 4pm at Ponyride. Learn best practices for using Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to engage your target audience and boost sales. Light refreshments will be served. Register Here: http://bit.ly/detsocialmedia101 About Go Social Detroit: We leverage social networks to connect with consumers in a way that matters to them. We do the heavy lifting, so you don’t have to.
223
200 Lakewood Block Club
(313) 822-4303
Frank
Bach
(313) 822-4303
Lakewood Avenue between Korte and Scripps, gateway to Alfred Brush-Ford Park along the Detroit River, in the Jefferson-Chalmers neighborhood, southeast Detroit, 48215
Annual Block Club Street Party, 12 noon to 5PM, Sat. Aug. 1, 2015. Roasted corn, hot dogs and burgers, pot luck, piñata and other children's games and activities. Come by and say hello!
222
Greater Works Foundation
313-515-2135
Louise
Guyton
313-515-2135
TBD
TBD
221
When Neighbors Arise
313 828-2753
Derrick
Turnboe
313 828-2753
First Congregational Church, Woodward at Forest,
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Christian Expo.net; Underground Railroad tours, gospel choirs, community information booths
220
Detroit Green Door Inititative
313 922-8055
Donele
Wilkins
313 922-8055
Chandler Park, Dickerson at Conners, 48213
11 a.m.-5 p.m. Distribute literature, safety products. Do environmental Health workshop
219
Washburn Unity Block Club
313-646-3258
Linda
Warner
313-646-3258
August 1 on Washburn between and Curtis, 48221
Seeking volunteers; Block clean up. Will concentrate on vacant house lot clean up
218
Transition 123, Inc
877 463-2269
Charice
Miles
877 463-2269
TBD
TBD
217
West Grand Collaborative
313-870-9244
Mildred
Hunt-Robbins
313-870-9244
above): Duffield Branch Library/ 2507 West Grand Blvd., 48202
Maintainence on grounds of Library August 1 9:AM to 12:PM
216
Detroit Community Health Connection
313-350-6391
Derek
Ware
313-350-6391
Focus :HOPE 1200 Oakman BLVD Detroit MI 48238
Participating in Ortheia Barnes tribute concert:, 7 p.m.-11 p.m.
215
PNC Bank
248-729-8168
Tomika
James
248-729-8168
Burton International Academy 2001 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Detroit, MI 48208
Seeking volunteers: August 1, 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteers are needed to help weed the gardens around the school and do some painting. Bring work gloves and garden tools for weeding, Seeking volunteers
214
Church On The Move Outreach
248 761-1863
Ralph S.
Whaley
248 761-1863
Event location will take place on Tacoma to Manning . East State Fair to Manning and Pelkey to Joann. We will be working hand and hand with the Multi-Racial Family Study Del Ctr. at 13245 Tacoma. We will board up houses on these two (2) streets, cleanup debris, sweep the streets cut hedges and the grass. Some of the houses will be painted to bring about a more joyful look to the neiighborhood. This area has been in a depressed state for the past 10 years. 48237
The event will consist of boarding up houses, cutting of grass, trimming the hedges, painting the front of boarded housed and planting flowers .. Hot dogs, chips and water will be served to the workers. We are requesting the community to contribute so that we may give a stipend to our youth of 5.10 adult Volunteers will get the fulfillment of knowing their neighborhood is beautified.
213
Redeem Detroit
313-516-8229
Alonzo
Bell
313-516-8229
8030 E. Outer Drive, 48213
We will be cleaning up the areas around the Duke Ellington School and this includes cutting vacant lots and picking up trash and planting flowers.
212
The O.E.S. Jeanette Pollard No. 201
313-717-3409
Pastor Annie
Adams
313-717-3409
133321 Puritan near Snowden and Little Field, 48227
Seeking volunteers: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Community cleanup and picnic
211
Oakland Avenue Artists Coalition
313-799-2151
Jamii
Tata
313-799-2151
NorthEnd community: Philadelphia and Oakland, 48211
Community clean-up and bar-bque. Cleaning up area for upcoming visual arts project.Seeking volunteers
210
Grandmont Rosedale Development Corporation
313.387.4732 x 116
Danielle
Wilson
313.387.4732 x 116
16895 Stahelin Ave. Detroit, MI 48223 * Site of the Stahelin Ave. Beautification Project
Seeking volunteers; For Neighborhoods Day 2015, GRDC, community volunteers and residents will come together to green and beautify 20 vacant lots on Stahelin Ave. In partnership with Summer in the City youth volunteers, we will paint a 40' mural on a storage container that will serve as signage for the project on one side and an orientation/communication board for neighborhood events on the other side. Volunteers will meet on site (Stahelin Ave.) at 10am on August 1st. We will be working together until 3pm.
209
The CASOE Group, Inc.
313.340.0829
Janice
Smith
313.340.0829
CHW Museum of African American History General Motors Theater 315 E. Warren Ave Detroit, MI 48201
CHW Museum of African American History General Motors Theater 315 E. Warren Ave Detroit, MI 48201, July 24, 7:30 p.m.; July 26, 6 p.m.
208
Historic Little Rock Baptist Church * Tree of Life Foundation
313.872.2900
Rev. Jim
Holley
313.872.2900
30 Josephine,, 48202; days of Neighborhood Celebration August 15 & 16 - Vendor Extravaganza and Taste Fest- Same as address above August 22nd Historic Little Rock Baptist Church-Family Fun Day - Belle Isle, Shed 7
Seeking volunteers; The Historic Little Rock Baptist Church is participating in a 3 peat for the month of August. We are celebrating the church and the North-end neighborhood by hosting events to bring together fellowship, networking, fun, and future planning. August 15 & 16- 30 Josephine - Inside and Outside Church-8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. August 22nd - 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Belle Isle
207
Princeton Street Block Club
248-370-6404
Gwen
Knowles
248-370-6404
16239 Princeton from McNichols to Puritan (16000 block) Detroit, 48221
Seeking volunteers;August 1, 2015 10:00 am - 7:00pm Morning Cleanup Afternoon Cookout
206
Holy Ghost Cathedral
313-579-2800
LaTisha
Walker
313-579-2800
1745 E. Grand Blvd., 48211
3 p.m.-5 p.m. Seeking volunteers: Community Day, Neighborhood Cleanup
205
Prest (b/t Joy & Ellis) Block Club
313-673-0133
Leila
Griggs
313-673-0133
Prest street one block east of Greenfield between Joy road and Ellis, 48228
Seeking volunteers; Both allyes in neighborhood need cleaning
204
Redeveloping the D/Glynn Ct.
248-847-55175
Anton
Heath
248-847-55175
1553 glynn ct. Central Hub. Glynn Ct. between Rosa Parks blv. and the Lodge Fwy.( behind Boston Blv.)
Neighborhood Cleanup 8:30 am Breakfast Available 9:00am Start cleanup 11:00am Lunch served 2:30 End Cleanup
203
DMJStudio
313-915-0284
Donna
Jackson
313-915-0284
North End Studios and Gallery 4264 Grand River Ave, Detroit, MI 48208 and Sidewalk Festival 4731 Grand River Ave. Detroit, MI 48208
Door of Opportunity is an exhibition of visual art, film and online performances displaying the creativity and opportunities in Detroit for artists. What makes this exhibit unique is the visual art in this exhibition is actual doors transformed into art by local Detroit artists. Detroit Door of Opportunity will be displayed at two locations: North End Studios and Gallery 4264 Grand River Ave, Detroit, 48208 and Sidewalk Festival 4731 Grand River Ave. Detroit, 48208
202
Newport News Block Club
313-744-1476
Tawanza
Brown
313-744-1476
Newport Street between Chandler Park Drive and Frankfurt
Cleanup 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
201
PNC Bank
248-729-8634
Anne
Harpe
248-729-8634
15800 E. Eight Mile Road, Detroit, 48205
The event will be a Community Appreciation and Financial Well Being day at our Eight Mile and Rex branch - 15800 E. Eight Mile Road, Detroit, 48205 from 10 a.m-nooon
200
Detroit City Chess Club
248-219-5702
Kevin
Fite
248-219-5702
Chrysler Elementary 1445 E. Lafayette Detroit, MI 48207
Come out and play chess with the Detroit City Chess Club from 10am to 2pm. Everyone is welcome.
199
Eastside Community Network
313 247-8624
Payton
Wilkins
313 247-8624

14540 E Warren Ave, 48215
Youth on the Edge of… Greatness will be painting and resurrecting a 3 dimensional mural at 14540 E. Warren.

198
Helen Street Block Club
313 492-1961
Mary
Nelson
313 492-1961
2578 Helen St.,Helen Street between Chalevoix and Vernor, 48207
July 16: Clean Alleys and Boarding July 16th. 9:AM to 3:PM
197
Detroit Future City: Ideas for Innovation; A Case for Open Space
313-259-4407
Dara
O'Byrne
313-259-4407
GLEANERS FOOD BANK 2131 Beaufait, Detroit, MI 48207
July 30th 6pm - 8pm. Public event discussing the opportunity to transform vacant land into an open space amenity. Register at www.detroitfuturecity.com
196
Bayliss Tri-Block Club
313-515-2262
Cynthia
Harrison
313-515-2262
Baylis at W. McNicols, 48221
Alley and Corner Beautification 11:AM to 5:PM . Tentatively July 25th
195
Detroit Titans
313-912-4435
Geraldyn
Copeland
313-912-4435
Harper and Conner Detroit Titans practice field, 48205
Clean up field Conner Park and surrounding areas.
194
Ilene Block Club
313-333-9207
Sheila
Cole
313-333-9207
Ilene street Grand River to 96 Service Road, 48238
Cleanup: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
193
Jefferson Chalmers Riverside Development
313-522-7156
Jocelyn
Harris
313-522-7156
Maheras Gentry Park; Avondale at Conner, 48215
Date to be determined; : Concert By The River: 1-8 p.m. LIve entertainment, food refreshments, to support reopening of Maheras Recreation Center
192
Jefferson Chalmers Riverside Development Corp.
313-522-7156
Jocelyn
Harris
313-522-7156
Chandler Park, Dickerson at Conners, 48213
July 25: jGolf outing fundraiser to reopen the Maheras Recreation Center; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
191
UpSouth Foods
313-522-7156
Jocelyn
Harris
313-522-7156
Various Neighborhoods Day locations
Mobile Food Truck: Selling discounted produce for Neighborhoods Day, 11 a.m.- 7 p.m.
190
Land Forum Worksnop
313.237.8733
Rosa
Sharpe
313.237.8733
Patton Park Recreation Center, 2201 'Woodmere, 48209
July 28: 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m.; How to find out who owns, purchase and repurpose vacant property and land in your neigfhborhood.
189
PraiseATon
313 427-4786
Fatima
Nelson
313 427-4786
Davidson between Dexter and Petoskey, 48204
Praise A Thon for the community. 1:PM to 4:PM
188
Metro Detroit Youth Day
586-393-8801
Ed
Deeb
586-393-8801
Belle Isle, Detroit
July 15: 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. A whole day of fun, games and food for kids.Youth can register at www.metrodetroityouthday.org
187
Art of Resilience Summer Youth Festival
313-923-7353
John
Hollingsworth
313-923-7353
Paradise Valley and The Carr Center, 311 E. Grand River, 48226
July 25: Celebrating Detroit's young artists, featuring dance, music, short films, performing exhibitions and more! 11 a.m.-8 p.m. 'Still seeking artists to participate.
186
Lakewood Block Club
313-330-3117
Thelma
Hall
313-330-3117
2579 Lakewood
Beautification contest 10:AM to 6:PM
185
Friends of Detroit City Airport
313-822-2237
Beverly
Kindle-Walker
313-822-2237
Detroit City Airport - 11499 Conner, 48213
We will do a clean-up around the airport, registering children for free airplane rides (actual rides will take place on August 12), on Conner Creek greenway. Saturday, August 1, 11:00am - 2:00pm
184
Holistic Prescriptions
404-771-0547
Kalia
Keith
404-771-0547
Michigan State University Midtown Center, 3408 Woodward, 48202
Saturday, July 18; 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Caregiver Cancer Patient Lunchweon
183
Diamondz House Of Care
313-704-8290
Denise
Lomax
313-704-8290
Hartwell, between Plymouth and Chicago, 48227
Community Day for the Lighthouse Block Club: Barbecue, family fun; Noon-7 p.m.
182
Detroit Black Community Food Security Network
248-935-8329
Malik
Yakini
248-935-8329
D-Town Farm, 14027 W. Outer Drive, Detroit, MI 48239.
8 a.m.-Noon; Clean up and general farm work at the City's largest urban farm, covering seven acres; seeking volunteers
181
District 3 Block Club Development Association
313-333-8591
Prophet Cedric
Banks
313-333-8591
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile at Dequindre,
Noon-4 p.m.; A Call for Spiritual Renewal! Reconnecting families and the community with good values and principles. Come out to experience breakthrough! And be part of this glorious event that will take place in the District 3 community! Facilitated by Prophet Cedric Banks on Sat, Aug 1 from 1pm-5pm at the corner of 8 Mile & Dequindre. Also at the Belmont Shopping Center as part of the Bringing in Change Extravaganza
180
Peoples
United Methodist Church
313 978-1489
Wilma
Fleming
313 978-1489
19370 Greenfield, 48235
10 a.m.-2 p.m.; PEOPLES ANNUAL COMMUNITY DAY, This is when we give back and encourage others to give back, We will do some cleaning and sprucing up the Community. We will have family events, health information There will be games and fun things for the kids. Healthy eating tips. We will have vendors oh hand, and we still have some tables available. cost for Tables are $20.00. Vendors and volunteers are welcome, for more information please contact Wilma J. Fleming at (313) 978-1489.
179
Nortown Community Development Corporation
(313) 408-3393
Pat
Bosch
(313) 408-3393
Clean Up of the 1873 Village of Norris/Philetus W. Norris House area. Address is 17815 Mt. Elliott at the NW corner of Mt. Elliott & Iowa., 48234
he 1873 P. W. Norris House and surrounding Village of Norris area has a direct link with Yellowstone National Park through the village developer P. W. Norris who served as an early explorer and second superintendent of Yellowstone. Event description: volunteers will clear brush and weed overgrowth on city owned lots which detract from historic significance of this area. Start time = 10 am - 2:00 pm
178
Hereford Street Block Club
586-744-6103
James
Ribbron
586-744-6103
5949 Hereford, 48224
Cleanup and fun events for kids
177
Original United Citizens of Southwest Detroit
313-671-5497
Tyrone
Carter
313-671-5497
2323 Fort Street, 48217
Cleanup around neighborhood schools,
176
Muscles In Motion
313-334-2834
David
Mims
313-334-2834
TBD
Neighborhood Cleanup, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
175
Emerald Springs Town Homes
313 365-1701
Tia
Davis
313 365-1701
5825 Emerald Springs Circle, 48212
Fun Day: Barbeque and Activities 10:AM to 2:PM
174
Springdale Woodmere Block Club
313-300-6995
Ann
Byrne
313-300-6995
TBD
Clean up 10:AM to 3:PM
174
Michigan Science Center
313-577-8400 ext 438
Carol
Wrubel
313-577-8400 ext 438
5020 John R Street, 48202
Fun educational event for children and MiSci discounts - Saturday, August 1, 2015 from 11am - 1pm.
173
Charles H. Wright Musuem of African American History
313-494-5884
Tyrone
Davenport
313-494-5884
315 E. Warren, 48201
2.00 discount on admission to the museum on Saturday, August 1, 2015. Does not apply to group tours.
172
Fox Blocks In Detroit
313 742-8912
Curt
Dabrowski
313 742-8912
John R between McNicnhols and 7 mile
Cleanup and boarding up: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
171
Hollywood Golf Institute/New York
248-747-3489
Beverly
Griggs
248-747-3489
Palmer Park, Woodward at Seven Mile
Annual Holywood Golf Youth Tournament; 9 a.m.-2 p.m.; Seven youth golfers from three to 14 years of age. Trophies and medals will be awarded.
170
Full & Fabulous
313-331-4929
Sharon
Dumas
313-331-4929
Palmer Park, Seven Mile at Pontchartrain, 48203
10 a.m.-2 p.m; Walk Against Childhood Obesity and Family Fun Day, Kids games, aerobics, dancing, music, fun games.
169
Allendale Seebaldt Communityi Group
313-895-6263
LaVeta
Browne
313-895-6263
Allendale between Ironwood and Beechwood, 48204
Alley Cleanup: 9 a.m.-Noon
168
Team 313
313 656-8187
Felicia
Andrews
313 656-8187
Newport and South Hampton, East 'Side, 48208
Beautification and block party (community engagement) 9:AM t0 9:PM
167
Detroit Department of Neighborhoods-District Seven
313) 236-3538
District Manager Marshall
Bullock
313) 236-3538
Adams Butzel, 10500 Lyndon, 48238
Contact for free boards for your board up projects. They will help you to address all blight-related issues, including dangerous building demolition, repurposing vacant lots and structurally sound vacant buildings, as well as non-structural blight
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Detroit Department of Neighborhoods-District Six
(313) 236-3529
District Manager Rico
Razo
(313) 236-3529
Patton Recreation Center, 2309 Woodmere, 48209
Contact for free boards for your board up projects. They will help you to address all blight-related issues, including dangerous building demolition, repurposing vacant lots and structurally sound vacant buildings, as well as non-structural blight
165
Oak Grove A.M.E Church
248-763-6520
Roberta
Brown
248-763-6520
19801 Cherrylawn, 48221
8 a.m.-1 p.m.; The Back 2 School Rally 2015 theme is " Wisdom Is The Principal Thing" This year we are featuring : Workshops for all grades and parents. Food, Fun, Games, Art's and Crafts, Face Painter. Free School supplies to the first 450 kids. Free hair cuts,teeth cleaning ,Vendors with great information for all families. DIA fun bus, Job Placement Bus and Gleaners Food 's. and more. COME OUT AND ENJOY
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Detroit Department of Neighboroods-District Five
313) 236-3523
District Manager Vince
Keenan
313) 236-3523
Butzel Family Center,7737 Kercheval, 48214
Contact for free boards for your board up projects. They will help you to address all blight-related issues, including dangerous building demolition, repurposing vacant lots and structurally sound vacant buildings, as well as non-structural blight
163
Detroit Department of Neighboroods-District Four
(313) 236-3518
District Manager, Pastor Odell
Tate
(313) 236-3518
Warren Conner Development Coalition, 4401 Conner, 48215
Contact for free boards for your board up projects. They will help you to address all blight-related issues, including dangerous building demolition, repurposing vacant lots and structurally sound vacant buildings, as well as non-structural blight
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Detroit Department of Neighborhoods-District Three
(313) 236-3404
District Manager Gary
Bulluck
(313) 236-3404
Farwell Recreation Center, 2781 E. Outer Drive, 48234
Contact for free boards for your board up projects. They will help you to address all blight-related issues, including dangerous building demolition, repurposing vacant lots and structurally sound vacant buildings, as well as non-structural blight
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Detroit Department of Neighborhoods-District Two
(313) 236-3494
District Manger Kim
Tandy
(313) 236-3494
Northwest Activities Center, 18100 Meyers,
Contact for free boards for your board up projects. They will help you to address all blight-related issues, including dangerous building demolition, repurposing vacant lots and structurally sound vacant buildings, as well as non-structural blight.
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Detroit Department of Neighborhoods-District One
(313) 236-3473
District Manger Stephanie
Young
(313) 236-3473
Crowell Recreation Center, 16630 Lahse48219,
Contact for free boards for your board up projects. They will help you to address all blight-related issues, including dangerous building demolition, repurposing vacant lots and structurally sound vacant buildings, as well as non-structural blight.
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FCA
1-248-512-2503
Chakena
Sims
1-248-512-2503
Davis Aerospace Academy, 900 Dickerson, 48215
Beautification, painting, cleanup.
158
FCA
1-248-512-2503
Chakena
Sims
1-248-512-2503
Blackwell Institute, 9330 Shoemaker, 48213
Beautification, painting, cleanup.
157
Carry Word Ministries
313-550-3649
Pastor Cecile
Massey
313-550-3649
17626 Hoover and 117634 Hoover, 48205
Seeking volunteers: Vacant lot and vacant board up; 10 a.m.-6 p.m
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Pages Bookshop
313-473-7342
Susan
Murphy
313-473-7342
19560 Grand River Ave., 48223
To celebrate all great neighborhood, we are saluting you with 10% off your total purchase all day!
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The Gathering Ministries
248.877.7498
Donya
McCoy
248.877.7498
16219 Meyers Road, 48238
Health fair Event , Saturday, August 8, 2015, 10am - 3:00pm
154
Fountain Worship Center
313 808-2330
Eddie
Jones Jr.
313 808-2330
3700 Pulford, 48207
Garden Planting begins at 11:00 a.m. and Community Day Following with Food, Music, Games & other Activities ending at 7:p.m.
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Word Restoration Ministries
313-265-5880
Leah
Jones
313-265-5880
3310 Puritan Ave, 48238
Community clean up and Outreach Day on August 1, 2015 from 9am-5pm. We will be cleaning up the neighborhood and surrounding area, along with giving out food to people in the community. Plus, we will have a bouncer, snow cone machine and giveaways.
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Greenview ( Warren & Sawyer ) Block Club
313-673-1338
Sylvia
Roland
313-673-1338
We will be located in our Block Club Vacant Lot, on Greenview near Sawyer, 48228
Greenview Neighborhood Day will be : Our Annual Yard Sale, Our Block Club Annual Pic Nic & Games, where we come together and meet & Greet our Neighbors! 8:00 am - 8:00 pm.
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Samaritan Cafe
313-571-2233
Theresa
Sparks
313-571-2233
5555 Conner, 48213
Participating in Community Day, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
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New Bethel Baptist Church
313 693-6005
Avis
Doughton
313 693-6005
Blaine Park near LInwood, 48206
Cleanup of Blaine Park and surrounding area
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Detroit House of Hope
313- 728-9253
Micnhael
DeRamus
313- 728-9253
8800 Block of Stoepel, 48204
Seeking volunteers: Boarding and Clean up
148
Young Men N Motion/Inspiring Our Sons
313 443-5146
Minnie
Davis
313 443-5146
19300 Gr8235eenfield, near Seven Mile, 4
Beautification & clean up. 11:AM to 3:PM August 1st Community Resource
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Maggie Lees Community Center
313 737-9042
Maggie
Williams-Hinton
313 737-9042
7700 Puritan, 48238
Beautification & Barbeque 11:AM to 4:PM Chess classes will begin with National chess incentives. Come to play a game of chess.
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University Commons Organization
313 492-8062
Lolita
Haley
313 492-8062
Jazz on the Avenue will be held on Livernois Ave from Eight Mile Road to McNichols 10:00 am-9:00pm, 48221
Music and Artists performing on Livernois in several locations, businesses and vendors on sidewalks, free food at Mikes Market ,Activities for children, face painting, bouncies, games and more.
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Jones Produce
313 -740 -6300
Don
Jones
313- 740- 6300
4203 Jane, 48205
Beautification: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
144
Hollywood Golf Institute
248-747-3489
Selina
Johnson
248-747-3489
Palmer Park, Woodward at Seven Mile, 48203
Seeking volunteers; Annual Holywood Golf Youth Tournament; 9 a.m.-2 p.m.; Seventy youth golfers from three to 14 years of age. Trophies and medals will be awarded.
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Matrix Head Start
313-212-4361
Josie
Campbell
313-212-4361
Gratiot Splash 2000 Gratiot Ave Detroit Mi 48207
Seeking volunteers; Early Childhood activities and free ponies or pettting farm at the Gratiot Splash. Aug 1, 2015 10am-4pm
142
Wisdom Lodge No. 57
248 252-2766
Kelvin
Meeks
248 252-2766
TBD
Aug.1; Cleaning up around school or abandoned home. 10:AM to 3:PM
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Temple of I AM
313 673 - 5093
Jewell
Akins
313 673 - 5093
4380 Conner, Detroit 48215
Aug. 22; Community Health and Resource Fair; 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
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Michigan Historic Preservation Network
313-742-5757
Jennifer
Reinhardt
313-742-5757
845 Lakewood St, Detroit, MI 48215
Saturday, August 1: 10am to 12pm. Jefferson Chalmers historic walking tour, clean up, and building hug. Information to help home rehab in the community!
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Kilbourne Block #1
313 918-4799
Ruby
Kennedy
313 918-4799
11823 Kilbourne, 48213,Kilbourne between Gratiot and Derrick
Block Party:Noon-8 p.m.
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Reach The Word Ministry
313-516-4160
Elizabeth
Cannon
313-516-4160
Reach The Word Ministrhy, 3240 Puritan near Muirland, 48238, East of Livernois
Noon-6 p.m.; Community Fun Day: Neighborhood programs, food, entertainment, kids games.
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Mansfield Next Generation
313 319 8009
Donyell
James
313 319 8009
14511 Mansfield,48227313 319 8009
We are doing a community arts fair with children ages 1-14. 12:PM to 5:PM
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18000 Greeley Street Block Club
313 671-1943
Tomi
McCampbell
313 671-1943
The 18051 Greeley., 48203
Seeking volunteers: We will clean the neighborhood and paint curbs on August 1st. 11:Am to 2:PM.
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Brown Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
313-331-2510
Charl;ie
Bradley
313-331-2510
12920 East Warren, 48224, Between Dickerson and Gray
Neighborhood cleanup
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Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development
313 377 8416
Anita
Peek
313 377 8416
838 Spokane off I-96 service drive at the corner., 48226
We will do another gardening this year. We do this with young people. They will assist us with planting, harvesting etc. We are doing July 15th and August 1.
134
O'Hair Park Community Association
(313)538-5835
Joyce
Daniel
(313)538-5835
O'Hair Park Stahelin to Westmoreland/Hessel to St Martins, 48219
A fun day in the park, with a bouncy house, train rides, organized games, face painting, balloon shaping, hots dogs and hamburgers and a whole lot more.
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Multi-Racial Family Study DELCTR
313-457-3040
Dr. Doris
Byars
313-457-3040
13245 Tacoma, near East State Fair, 48205
Seeking volunteers: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Repairing of community center, painting and board up, grass cutting. Street cleaning.
132
Love Detroit Prevention Coalition
313-324-8705
Mike
Fisher
313-324-8705
osefiak Play Lot 13151 Greiner Street (corner of Joann and Greiner Streets) Detroit, MI 48205
Josefiak Neighborhood Fun Day Saturday, August 1st beginning at 11am to 3pm Music, Bounce House, Food, Prevention Awareness Messages and Free Resources, Activities/Games Free Event - Everyone Welcome Sponsored by the Love Detroit Prevention Coalition, Detroit Recovery Project and Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority
131
Samaritan Center
313-579-4546
Mark
Owens
313-579-4546
5555 Conner, 482`13
Outdoor lunch for Samaritan partners, visitors, clients and community residents to celebrate Neighborhoods Day...August 1, 2015....10am-2pm
130
Woodward Village Neighborhood Association
(313) 772-0400
Amelia
Brown
(313) 772-0400
Lawrence at Second, 48202
Neighborhood Cleanup and Meet and Greet, 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
129
Mohican Regent Residents Association
313-715-6206
George
Preston
313-715-6206
Marbud Park, Edmore at Marbud, near EIght Mile and Gratiot, 48205
Community board up and cleanup: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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The Queen's Community Workers, Inc.
313-933-0770
Trienere
Steinberg
313-933-0770
10025 Grand River Ave., 48204
Seeking volunteers: We will conduct a Neighborhood clean up of our properties and the surrounding areas on Grand River Ave. between the Jefferies 96 Service Drive and Stoepel.
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The Unity Composite
209-898-4429
Mu'At
Vulu
209-898-4429
Van Dyke and Harper mainly (Marcus, Marion and Olympia streets), 48213
The Unity Composite’s 1st Annual Neighborhood Clean Up and Social! August 1st 2pm -6pm Seeking Volunteers to join us, as we try and bring hope and revitalization to a community on the comeback! We will be cleaning, giving away clothing, greeting residents and sharing information on forming Block Clubs and Public Safety! Food and Refreshments will be served.
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Vanguard Community Development Corporation
313-872-7831
Anthony
Todd
313-872-7831
We would like to hold a neighborhood cleanup around Delores Bennett Park. The park is located on Bethune and Oakland Streets in Detroit's Northend., 48211,
Seeking volunteers: We would like to have volunteers to assist in cleaning up the area around Delores Bennett Park. We would like to hold the event from 9am-1pm, on August 1st.
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360 Detroit, Inc.
313-319-9843
George
Adams Jr.
313-319-9843
W. Grand Boulevard to Clairmount & Rosa Parks to Lodge Freeway, 48206
In line with its mission to revitalize by catalyzing change, empowering people and improving life's quality, 360 Detroit, Inc. will continue its work by raising awareness of its current programs and upcoming events. Flyers will distributed within our community while encouraging engagement of community members.
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Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Detroit Alumni Chapter
734-776-0502
Eric
Brown
734-776-0502
269 Erskine, 48202,Event will take place in the area of our chapter's physical address (Brush Park Neighborhood).
The men of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated, along with our Silhouettes and youth group (Kappa League) will be cleaning up areas of Detroit's Brush Park Neighborhood. We will be doing this from 10AM - 4PM.
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Delo Neighborhood Community Serivices
313-778-4689
Delores
Hubbard
313-778-4689
5151 Alter Road Detroit Michigan 48215
ARISE Detroit! Saturday August 1, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM EDT bring awareness to further feed nutritionist meals. Budget spending and other unique ways on how to save money buying food for family's. Health information
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CruisIN' The D'
313-961-3581
Gregory
Reed
313-961-3581
Aug. 13 Biker's Kick Off from Wayne State University to Palmer Park Aug. 15 Car Showcase, Car Cruise, Vendors, Entertainment at Palmer Park Aug. 16 Winner's Circle at Charles H. Wright Museum Aug. 16 Close Out Cruise and Celebration from Detroit Boat Club (Belle Isle) to Majestic Cafe
8/13/15 Motor Bikers Cruise The D & rally at Palmer Park to enjoy a Twilight Cookout with Bikers' Competition. Line up at 5:00pm; cruise at 5:30. 8/15/15 Enjoy the Classic Car Showcase Competition, Car Cruise, Vendors and Entertainment at Palmer Park. Cars early as 8:00 am. Awards starts at 5. Cruise at 6. 8/16/15 Winners are featured at Wright Museum (10am-2pm). Biker's rally at Detroit Boat Club (1pm-3:30pm) & Cruise to The Majestic Cafe for car showcase & celebration (4pm-11pm).
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Liberty Tax Sevice
313.590.2588
Gary
Winston
313.590.2588
16817 Livernois Avenue Detroit, MI. 48221
Seeking volunteers: We will conduct a Block Clean Up, removing weeds, trash and blight. Also we will be holding a "Tax School Open House" for our Fall Tax School. Come meet the instructor.
120
Beams of Heaven Life Church
313-397-7765
Ja
Streeter
313-397-7765
13038 E. McNichols, 48205, West of Gratiot
Youth Explosion Back to School Rally: School supply giveways, games and more: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.;
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Second Chance Christian Minsitries
313-410-0306
Pastor Charles
Heath
313-410-0306
8020 Thaddeus, at Springwells, 48205
Seeking volunteers. Event: Drywalling, painting, church spruce up. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Food for volunteers..
118
Special Tree Rehabilitation
734-891-4726
Jim
Richert
734-891-4726
TBD
Will adopt and support a Neighborhoods Day project.
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Leland Community Affairs, In
(313) 574-0312
Bernadine
Hoston
(313) 574-0312
Restoration of Brightmoor Historical House @ corner of Lamphere and Keeler- property donated for Community Preservation owned by Leland Baptist Church -22420 Fenkell, 48223
Seeking volunteers: Leland Community Affairs, Inc., a subsidiary of Leland Baptist Church Summer Fun Camp youth and adult volunteers, will work to restore the structure of one of the first homes built in the Brightmoor Community, around 1929 now designated as an Historical House. Youth and adults will create a library, and beautify the connected Brightmoor SPIRIT Garden. The work will begin at 10:00 a.m. and conclude at 2:00 with a cook out in the Garden. Community volunteers are welcomed.
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Habitat For Humanity of Detroit
(313) 521-6691, ext. 107
Sandra
Cobb
(313) 521-6691, ext. 107
4178 Lakepointe Street, 48205
Build gable walls for a Habitat family. We need 15 volunteers 8:00 a. - 4:00 p.; both skilled & unskilled volunteers. Age requirements: at least 16 years old & those ages 16-17 need to have an adult volunteer with them for the day. To register, please go to http://www.habitatdetroit.org. Click on the "Volunteer" tab at the top of the page. Scroll down to "Volunteer Sign Up" and click. Following the instructions to create a profile then sign up for the ARISE Detroit construction project.
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Alkebu-lan Village
313-921-1616
Marvis
Cofield
313-921-1616
Alkebu-lan Village, 7701 Harper, 48213
Annual Junior Black Belt and Under Karate Tournament: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Registration starts at 9 a.m. To participate, phone, 313-921-1616; Ten dollars for spectators. Under five years of age, free. Awards and trophies. Ages, 16 and under.
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Detroit Area Agency on Aging
(313) 446-4444
Paul
Bridgewater
(313) 446-4444
Gratiot at Vernor, near downtown Detroit
Gratiot Splash: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Providing information to help senior citizens
113
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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Shiawassee Community Block Club
313-673-7231
Sandra
People-Jones
313-673-7231
Shiawassee between Grand River and Seven Mile, 48219
Aug. 22: Neighborhood Block Party, Noon-7 p.m.; Kids games, food, entertainment
111
Barton McFarlane Neighborhood Association
(313) 903-4340
Kerry
Sanders
(313) 903-4340
tbd, 48204
Probably neighborhood cleanup activity (TBD).
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Be Blessed
313-717-3409
Pastor Annie
Adams
313-717-3409
13321 Puritan, east of Schaefer, 48227
,Neighborhood picnic and cleanup: 9 a.m.4 p.m.; Kids games, free food, fun for all.
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AYSIACDC
313-717-3409
Pastor Annie
Adams
313-717-3409
13321 Puritan, east of Schaefer, 48227
,Neighborhood picnic and cleanup: 9 a.m.4 p.m.; Kids games, free food, fun for all.
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Holy Ground Missionary Baptist Church
313-835-5722
Pastor Annie
Adams
313-835-5722
13321 Puritan, east of Schaefer
,Neighborhood picnic and cleanup: 9 a.m.4 p.m.; Kids games, free food, fun for all.
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AAA True Value Hardware
313-527-4900
Allen
Mansour
313-527-4900
11616 Whittier, 48205
ARISE Detroit! Sponsor location; Gift cards for purchase of supplies and materials for Neighborhoods Day registered organizations.
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AAA True Value Hardware
313-340-1200
Steve
Mansour
313-340-1200
17400 Livernois, 48221
ARISE Detroit! Sponsor location; Gift cards for purchase of supplies and materials for Neighborhoods Day registered organizations.
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AAA True Value
313-934-2266
Steve
Mansour
313-934-2266
8749 Joy Road,Mi 48204
ARISE Detroit! Sponsor location; Gift cards for purchase of supplies and materials for Neighborhoods Day registered organizations.
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Hartford Village
248-281-2024
Gena
Edwards
248-281-2024
17500 Meyers near Curtis, 48235
Aug. 13; 2 p.m-4 p.m.; Ground Breaking celebration for Hartford Village, a new upscale Senior Living Community in Detroit. Features 39 independent living cottages.
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Eight Mile Boulevard Association
313-366-3388
Jordan
Twardy
313-366-3388
8MBA Office, 20500 Conant, Detroit, MI 48234
Noon-5 p.m; Open house for the association and cooling center.
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Eight Mile Boulevard Association
313-366-3388
Jordan
Twardy
313-366-3388
Dad Butler Playfield - rear of 1900 E. Eight Mile, Detroit, MI 48234
Noon-5 p.m. Community picnic behind behind Belmont Shopping Center at Dad Butler Park in partnership with Community United for Progress and Imperial Market.
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College Park Community Assolciation
313-212-7219
Peggy
Noble
313-212-7219
Clara B. Arthur Park, Archdale at Clarita, 48235
Men And Youth Summit For Change: Noon-4 p.m.
100
MeijerEight Mile Store
313-369-5200
Adrian
Lewis
313-369-5200
1301 W. EIght Mile near Woodward, 48203
Neighborhoods Day sponsor location: Providng resources for registered Neighborhoods Day organizations
099
Meijer/Grand River Store
313-778-7700
Jay
Mahabir
313-778-7700
21431 Grand River, 48219
Neighborhoods Day sponsor location: Providng resources for registered Neighborhoods Day organizations
098
Resource Community Development Corporation
248.224.0139
Ada
Jackson
248.224.0139
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church 13651 Dequindre Detroit, MI 48212
Seeking volunteers: Glory to Six Blocks August 1, 2015 10:00 am to 4:00 pm We will be removing blight and cleaning up the area bordered by Dequindre, e.Davison, Riopelle, and Modern streets in an effort to decrease crime, eliminate dumping, and improve safety. It is a continuation of an effort started during September 2014 and revisited May 16, 2015. The majority of the "heavy lifting" has been done so we also will focus on sustainment of the cleared areas. Visit us: http://teediphone.wix.com/resource-cdc.
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Living Well Home Services LLC
313-402-4570
Alexis
McDonald
313-402-4570
Chicago/Robson, west side, 48228
Neighborhood beautification; Seeking volunteers
096
Christian Temple Missionary Baptist Church
313-282-6901
Juanita
Mersier
313-282-6901
Cadillac and Sylvester; and to Sylvester and McClellan Streets., 48214
Seeking volunteers. We will be cleaning streets, cutting weeds, and boarding up the neighborhood housing around the intersection of Cadillac and Sylvester; and to Sylvester We will be utilizing congregation members; and community residents to help. Please join us and help revitalize this community that is full of potential! Distribution of information helpful to youth and seniors Start: 10:00 am and finish time will be 4:00Pm Free Hot dogs, and other refreshments for participants.
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Russell Woods - Sullivan Area Association
248-515-5910
Errol
Jennings
248-515-5910
The event will be held at Russell Woods Park - Fullerton and Broadstreet, 48238
Commuinity Day: 1-4 p.m; We will be using neighborhoods day to bring neighbors together. We have bounce houses for kids, serve free food and have a great time in the park.
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Cooley Reuse Project
313-310-6502
Nicole
Pitts
313-310-6502
Cooley High School 15055 Hubbell Detroit, Mi 48227
A force of 100+ volunteers from community councils, community associations, Cooley alumni groups and OCCFA (Oakland Community College's Faculty Union Assoication) and OCC's student volunteer group SA3 will be planting donated greenery and cleaning up the grounds of Cooley High School on August 1st. We will begin at 10 am and serve lunch to all volunteers out of Calvary United Methodist Church which is directly across the street from Cooley High School, on the east side of Hubbell.
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Center for Success Detroit
(313) 320-8961,
Andrea
Meyer
(313) 320-8961
1600 East Grand Blvd Detroit MI 48211, near Mt. Elliott
Center for Success Detroit will be hosting kids and families for a day of games, arts and crafts projects, and fun in our parking lot. We will also be taking families on tours of our classroom space and registering students for our FREE after school program! We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, August 1st from 10:00am-3:00pm. For more information about our program please visit http://www.gpolddevils.org/soar-ii-tutoring/ or http://www.cfspontiac.org/Seeking volunteers
092
Tammy Murray Foundation
313-929-0338
Paul
Schmidt
313-929-0338
Birwood near Lyndon
Seeking volunteers: Neighborhood Cleanup, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
091
Sisters United of Detroit & Symurff Queen
248-242-3879
Te'Ne'Ki
Graham
248-242-3879
13441 E.McNichols Detroit Michigan 48205
On August 29,2015 Sisters United of Detroit & Symurff Queen will be hosting our First Annual Back To School Backpack Giveaway Bash. This event will take place at Symurff Queen 13441 E. McNichols 12pm ~ 4pm. We're aiming to feed, giveaway school supplies & prizes. We're going to have an meaningful, enjoyable & memorable event for the young people and their families.If there are any questions please feel free to contact me at symurffqueen@gmail.com{248}242~3879
090
Central Detroit Christian CDC
313-873-0064
Lisa
Johanon
313-873-0064
TBD
TBD
089
Cardoni Block Club
313-772-0632
Kim
Newsum
313-772-0632
Cardoni at Grixdale, east of Woodward, 48203
Seeking volunteers; Noon-5 p.m.; Community Day, cleanup: Seeking volunteers
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Binder Street Block Club
313-617-8248
Elois
Moore
313-617-8248
20000 block of Binder Street, near EIght Mile, 48234
10 a.m.-5 p.m .(Please include brief event description, event date(s), event start and end times) Block Club party, yard sale, games and raffles
087
New Day Multi-Purpose Community Center & Homeless Male Shelter
313-207-1656
Linda
Pierce
313 -207-1656
511 S. Post, 48209
Seeking Volungteers: Clean Up Community Blocks Men , Feed those that are Hunger, Free ; Clothes Give Away, Resources, Take Away Kit Music, Steps, 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
086
All F'ourOne
313_442_3604
Ishmail
Terry
313_442_3604
2499 Blaine, Blaine near LInwood,48206
Seekikng volunteers, Yates Park Renovation project, a collaboration between Shrine of Black Madona, New Bethel Church, New Jerusalem, Time: TBD
085
Greater Sandhill Community Organization
248-635-4126
John
Tiley
248-635-4126
TBD
We will have an Ice Cream Social for our local residence and then join the Sidewalk/Street Festival on Lahser and Grand River with Artist Village. (3-10pm)
084
Denby Alliance
313 926-9811
Sandra
Turner-Handy
313 926-9811
above): Denby High School 12800 Kelly Road Setroit, MI, 48205
Work on the Skinner Play field and Troester lot (implementation of the DFC Friendly Fence lot transformation field guide). Clean up area around the high school. Start 9:00 AM-1:00 PM
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Neighborhood Building Urban Gardens
313-478-0220;
Jessica
Patton
313-478-0220
14616 Monica, nearl Livernois, 48238
Seeking volunteers: 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m, Aug. 1, 2015 neighborhood clean-up and garden workday. Will have a fun filled event of workshops and education for community members.;
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Nehemiah Baptist Church
313-218-8437
Rev. Audry
Turner
313-218-8437
13100 Puritan between Schaefer and Meyers, 48223
Arise Detroit - Puritan Neighborhood Community Association Block Party-Residents have fellowship, fun and food. An event for the residents in the community surrounding the church to meet face to face. Also, introduce the new pastor (yours truly) and church members to residents. Start @ 1-7pm.
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Detroit Sports Dreams' 8 Mile Lacrosse
3136713080
Christianne
Sims
313-671-3080
1940 E. Eight Mile, Belmont Shopping Center & Dad Butler Park, near 8 Mile & Dequindre.
Detroit Sports Dreams is proud to announce the launch of Detroit first ever youth lacrosse program this year, 8 Mile Lacrosse. 8 Mile Lacrosse will be hosting a lacrosse clinic on Neighborhoods Day at the Belmont Shopping Center, from 1-5pm. Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing team sports in the nation with over 500,000 players participating in the sport. Lacrosse can best relate to as being a combination of hockey, basketball and soccer. All youth, 18 and under, are encourage to come out.
080
Palmer Woods Association
313-559-6491
Craig
Vanderberg
313-559-6491
TBD
August 8, Palmer Woods Association 100th anniversary picnic and celebration: Time: TBA
079
Michigan Technical Academy (MTA)
313.537.9311
Sandra
Ware
313.537.9311
Gorham Park (Pembroke/Mansfield). 48235
Seeking volunteers: Park clean up and beautification on Saturday, August 1, 2015 from 9:00am-12:30pm. We will also seek to restore fencing and plant flowers.
078
The Detroit Bundle Group
313-590-5562
Carmen
Strather
313-590-5562
5400 Grand River Detroit, MI, 48227 Intersection of Grand River and Greenfield
Seeking volunteers. We will be cleaning up and repairing the neighborhoods and blocks around the intersection of Grand River and Greenfield, including paint the exterior of the historic Mammoth Building. Please join us and help revitalize this community that is full of potential!
077
Tower Center
313-590-5562
Carmen
Strather
313-590-5562
5400 Grand River Detroit, MI, 48227 Intersection of Grand River and Greenfield
Seeking volunteers. We will be cleaning up and repairing the neighborhoods and blocks around the intersection of Grand River and Greenfield, including paint the exterior of the historic Mammoth Building. Please join us and help revitalize this community that is full of potential!
076
Holistic Development Community Center
313-629-3767
Carolyn
Valentine
313-629-3767
17505 Second Ave at Merton and Merrill Plaisance, near Palmer Park
Back to School Fair: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m; Face painting, games, refreshments, backpack and free back pack and school supply giveaways.
075
Living Well Home Services LLC
313-402-4570
Akexis
McDonald
313-402-4570
Chicago/Robson area, west side, 48228
Seeking volunteers; Neighborhood beautification
074
Fifteenth (15th) Street Block Club Association
313-899-3707
Sherry
Russell
313-899-3707
Trinity AME Church 6516 16th Street & Ferry Park, Detroit, 48208 Block off streets on Ferry Park between 14th Street & Stanton.
Back to School & Health Fair August 1, 2015 12 noon - 4:00 pm Basic health screening: blood pressure, diabetes. Literature from different agencies. Food, & games. Back Pack give away after 5:00pm.
073
The Community Shall Be Restored TV Show
313-333-8591
Propphet Cedri;c
Banks
313-333-8591
Comcast 20 Studio, 24800 Warner Ave, Warren, MI 48091. Saturday, August 1 at 7:15pm. Live studio audience! All are welcome!
Official Broadcast of Neighborhoods Day on 'The Community Shall Be Restored TV Show' hosted by Prophet Cedric Banks (www.bgntvgospel.com). This show focuses on regional leaders who are making a positive impact on the City of Detroit! Join us for the live taping on Sat, Aug 1st at 7:15pm where our guest will be Luther Keith and also other organizations! Watch the broadcast Sun, Aug 9th at 11am on Comcast 20 Detroit and online at www.bgntvgospel.com. You can watch previous episodes online as well!
072
International Preparatory Academy
313 494 8141
Darrick
Donald
313 494 8141
4201 W. Outer Drive,48227
Seeking volunteers. We have confirmed RSVP's with the following agencies and public service organizations. Emergency Medical Services (CPR training), Fire truck (video on first aid), Police Dept (if officer is available), Comcast Cable (internet access $9.95), Miracle Ear (hearing tests), CVS (blood pressure screening), DJ (music), International Preparatory Academy (walking tours of school), Detroit Gardening Collaborative (info table), Boy Scouts of America (info table), Project Healthy Community (info table).
071
Grandmont Community Association
313-587-6208
Jomo
Kung
313-587-6208
Ramsay Park- Located on Longacre Street between Grand River & Lyndon, 2 blocks east of Southfield Fwy., Detroit, MI., 48227
Festival: Noon-7 p.m.The Grandmont Community Association will be celebrating its 42nd Annual Arts & Crafts Fair with a Touch of Jazz! Come enjoy a "Shop'til you drop" experience with 50+ Detroit artisans and pop-up businesses. Featured artist Include Sculptor Austen Brantley and National Award-winning Artist Ronald Scarbough. The events grand finale will feature jazz vocalist Marchan DeShaun and Roger Tucker & 3/4 Step Band which includes two band members from Motown's Legendary Recording Band, The Funk Brothers.
070
AARP - Chapter 2168
(313) 526-9269
Gwendolyn
Waklker
(313) 526-9269
1940 E. Eight Mile at Dequindre, Belmont Shopping Center
Noon-4 p.m.; AARP Chapter 2168 will provide information concerning the various programs and projects that AARP offers to seniors, along with membership to the local eastside chapter.
069
Great Communities Now! Coalition
313 303-5034
Norma
Danzie
313 303-5034
Boundaries surrounding Kelly and Whittier business area. 48224
Seeking volunteers: 9 a.m. 2 p.m.Cleaning business are along Kelly and Whittier. Picking up debris, sweeping curbs and if we have a lawn mower cutting grass in the area. Our $50 dollars is being covered by the LISC organization.
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BikeVon
248-225-0601
Yvonne
Rucker
248-225-0601
The location TBD
This will be a bike ride visiting some of the events happening in the city in celebration of Neighborhood's Day. Videos and pictures will be posted on social media as the events are happening. If you are a bike rider, contact me and join the fun!
067
Focus:Hope
313-494-4343
Bill
Wenzel
313-494-4343
The 100 block area surrounding our main campus, which is located at 1355 Oakman Blvd, Detroit, MI., 48238
July 16, 17, 18: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; We are embarking on a three day anti-blight project covering the 100 blocks around its Detroit campus. More than 10,000 volunteers are expectd to take part in the "Keep It 100" project. The goal is to impact the physical environment of all 100 blocks. Joining us is the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, during its national Youth Gatehring in Detroit. Volunteers will clear the area of trash, board up abandoned properies, install art, plant flowers and clean and mow vacant lots.
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Metro Detroit Black Child Development, Inc.
313 522-4422
Ms. Jerry
Jones
313 522-4422
Save the Date August 1, 2015 from 9:30 to Noon for the Public Policy workshop at Wayne County Community College 8200 West Outer Dr Detroit, Michigan 48219.
Save the Date August 1, 2015 from 9:30 to Noon for the Public Policy workshop at Wayne County Community College 8200 West Outer Dr 48219. This informative event will focus on the needs of children from birth to 8 years old. It is FREE!!! You must register at www.eventbrite.com. It is sponsored by Metro Detroit Black Child Development, Inc. Come and dialogue with us. Arise Detroit ...know the policies updates and join a committee of your concern.
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Solomon's Cathedral
313-273-2992
Betty
Thames
810-986-2363
Solomon's Cathedral 19533 Schoolcraft Road Detroit, MI 48223
Solomon's Cathedral Outreach Festival Day 19533 Schoolcraft Road Detroit, MI 48223 Saturday, August 1, 2015 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
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Detroit Public Library-Main Branch
313-481-1339
A.J.
Funchess
313-481-1339
5201 Woodward Avenue, 48202
Neighborhoods Appreciation & Celebration of our 150th Anniversary serving Detroit and beyond! Come join us for FREE book give-aways for kids of all ages, arts & crafts projects, face paintings and popsicles (while supplies last)! Saturday, August 1, 2015 from 12pm - 2pm on our Woodward Lawn, right off Kirby Street.
063
Blight Boot Camp
313-962-3171
J'Nai
Gilmore
313-962-3171
University of Detroit Mercy, 4001 W. McNichols, 48221
Sat. July 25: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; he Detroit Future City and Impact Detroit Blight Boot Camp 2015 is a collaborative effort to bring together residents and organizations for a day of community learning about resources to increase impact of community led blight elimination efforts. The event agenda includes onsite morning workshops, mobile afternoon workshops and a Pitch Party to fund one innovative community project.
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Blacks Sands Property Managment
313 457 5909
Teon
Lindsey
313 457 5909
LENOX (between HERN & LINVILLE)
Seeking volunteers: August 1st 10am to 3pm Come join Black Sands Property Management for its annual block make over. This year we have chosen to beautify a neighborhood on Detroit's eastside (LENOX St. between HERN & LINVILLE) by mowing lawns, planting flowers, and painting curbs. the clean up will also include a cook out with entertainment for volunteers and residents. We at Black Sands welcome all to come out and participate in Detroit's rebirth see you there!
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Metropolitan Christian Council Detroit-WindsorRev
313-870-9550
Rev. Priscilla
Tucker
313-870-9550
4750 Woodward Ave. Suite 215,48201
TBD
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Communicating Arts Credit Union-Highland Park
313-965-8640 ext. 300
Shandel
Small
313-965-8640 ext. 300
15123 Woodward Avenue, 48203
Open Aug 1: Memember Appreciation Day, sharinginformatin about ARISE Detroit!
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Communicating Arts Credit Union-East Side
313-965-8640 ext. 501
Lawanda
Houze
313-965-8640 ext. 501
14740 Mack Avenue
July 31:Member Appreciation, sharing information about ARISE Detroit! with members
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Communicating Arts Credit Union-Downtown
313-965-8640 ext. 230
Annette
Avery
313-965-8640 ext. 23
630 Howard Street, 48226
July 31: Customer Appreciation Day, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m., We will display and share inforamtion realtive to ARISE on our websiet and with members.
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Skills Ville
313 341 3300
Rohn
Baker
313 341 3300
17609 Livernois, near Curtis, 48221
Neighborhood Day & Open House Lite Food, Fun, Demonstrations, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
056
Friends of Pingree Park
313-520-7449
Dam;ien
Benson
313-520-7449
Pingree Park- Located on Burns between E. Warren and E. Forrest 48214
Date: August 1, 2015 10:00 am- 4:00 pm Location: Pingree Park Detroit, MI. on the Eastside of Detroit on Burns between E. Forest Ave and E. Warren Ave. Zip 48214 Event: First Annual Pingree Day. It will be a time where the neighborhood can come and enjoy Pingree Park. Activities include Train Rides around the park. Bounce Houses, Wellness Fair, Vender Fair for Business and Organizations, Face Painting Food, Video games. Vendor Fee: $25.00 for a table Contact: Damien Benson 313-520-7449
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GMUC SE Gratiot Business District
(313) 207-1531
Josie
Kimball
(313) 207 - 1531
Gratiot Avenue at Vernor, near I-75 Freeway
Gratiot Splash: 6:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Early prayer service, praise worship, zumba dancers, pony rides , teen expo, drum exhibition, vendors civic leadership presentations, talent contest, Adopt A Senior program and more!
054
Life Church
313-333-3575
Nina
Jones
313-333-3575
Life Church, 4366 West Davison near Livernois, 48238
Community Fun Day: Exotic Zoo free clothes free food free hair cuts etc.
053
Jesus Anointed Minstry
313-475-6814
Patricia
Williams
313--475-6814
5041 W. Chicago, 48214
Community Fun Day/ Music on the Grass, refreshment, face painting etc.
052
Messiah Entertainment
313-414-5884
Ramon
Wheeler
313-414-5884
TBD
TBD
051
Crusaders for Success
313-918-4799
Ruby
Kennedy
313-918-4799
On Promenade between Park Drive and Annsbury, 48213
Cleanup vacant properties on block and plant flowers. Will include cookout for participants.
050
Southeast Waterfront Neighborhood Association
313- 824-9025
Minnie
Lester
313- 824-9025
Hansen Park 13298 Averhill Detroit Mi. 48215
August 1 2015 at 9AM to 2PM face painting free food clean up community celebration art work for the children
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Department of Human and Health Services
313-460-4223
Jawana
Kelly
313-460-4223
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 Eight Mile , 43234
Noon- 4 p.m. Distributing foster care licensing information.
048
Grace Church of The Nazarene Outreach Ministry
313-400-8684
Phillip
Alexandar
313-469-8293
Grace Church of The Nazerene, 18020 Hoover at Griner, 48205
Community outreach picnic, from 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Barbecue, inspirational music and entertainment, praise dancing. Arts and crafts, Kids' games.
047
7-11 CV Grand
313-567-0150
Robert
Taylor
313-567-0150
2660 E. Jefferson, 48207
Customer Appreciation Day: All Day long, 24 hours
046
Great Start Collaborative-Wayne
734-285-4001
Wanetta
Reed
734-285-4001
Getting with other organizations to partner at their events
Pass out information with other organizations events.
045
Motor City Busters DETROIT.
313-255-4355
John
George
313-255-4355
Street Orchard near St. Clara, 48219
Home Deconstruction, harvesting of urban D-Town Farm.
044
El-Beth-El Temple Church
313-673-2024
Marva
Griffin
313-673-2024
13922 Schaefer Hwy Detroit, Michigan 48227
Saturday August 1, 2015 12 Noon until 4 PM Carnival type program with children's activities and games. There should be face painting and along with free food and other activies.
043
North Central Block Club Association
313-305-4471
Cheryl
Moore
313-305-4471
Minnesota/Conant Park: 48234
Neighborhood Rummage Sale: Aug. 1, 10 a.m-4 p.m.; Clothes, household items.
042
Cobo Cleaners
313-863-0400
Naomi
Shinn
313-863-0400
18723 Livernois, 48221,
Customer Appreciaton Day: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
041
Bel Air 10 Theater
702-208-3341
Johnny
Thomas
702-208-3341
10100 E 8 Mile Road, 48234
Providing free popcorn for groups that register for Neighborhoods Day. Contact ARISE Detroit! for details.
040
Quickmade Trophy Sales
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile, 48234
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
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Rizzo Enviromental Services
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile, 48234
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
038
Specturm Neon Company
313-350-9622
Shirely
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile Road, 48234
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
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New Food Merchant
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Miler, 48234
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
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Belmont Motown Coney Island
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile, 48234
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
035
Peace Baptist Church
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313=350-9622
Belmont Sbopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile, 48234
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.P
035
Belmont Payless Shoe Source
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile, 48234
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
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Belmont Angeles Womens Fashions
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile, 48234
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
033
Krown Supermarket
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, 1940 E. Eight Mile
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
032
Friendship Baptist Church
248-593-4847
Marilyn
Gripper
248-593-4847
Friendship Baptist Church, 3900 Beaubien, between Mack and Canfield, 48201
Event is Aug. 29: Community Day Back to School Rally:11 a.m.-4 p.m.; Health screening, free haircuts, entertainment, parental involvement in schools education; School supply giveaways.
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Trinity Faith United Methodist Church
313-808-2974
Carol
Lee
313-808-2974
Trinity Faith, 19750 W. Mc Nicholos Road,48219
Giving away slightly used clothes, household supplies, school supplies, back packs, shoes, books, DVDs, toys, games, face painting, stomp contest,
030
West Village Association
405-664-6992
Alessandra
Carreon
405-664-6992
Various locations throughout West Village, focus on Van Dyke corridor between Kercheval and E Jefferson, 48214

Better Block Detroit 2015: The West Village Association Sustainability Committee is partnering with US Green Building Council - Detroit(usgbcdetroit.org) and Metro Central Church of Christ to host Better Block Detroit2015. Events and activities will promote sustainable and healthy community living -- green infrastructure and green alley demonstrations, solar lighting, small business pop-ups, fitness programs and locally sourced foods, and more! Visit betterblockdetroit.tumblr.com to stay posted on updates!
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HUDA CLINIC
313-865-8446
Kausar
Hafeez
313-865-8446
13240 Woodrow Wilson St, 48238
We would love to host free health screenings on Saturday, 8/1 from 9 am - 1 pm. We will need as much help with publicity as possible! Screenings will include BMI, body fat percentage, blood sugar, dental, and mental health screenings.
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Belmont/Imperial/C.U.P.
313-350-9622
Shirley
Burch
313-350-9622
Belmont Shopping Center, Eight Mile at Dequindre4ile, 1940 Eight Mile, 48234,
9th Annual Bringing In Change Extravaganza; Noon-5 p.m.; Carnival rides, school back pack giveaways for first 500 kids; Vendors, entertainment, roast pig meal; celebrating new picnic pavilion at Dad Butler Park, Gospel singer Pat Wiliams, kids sports sevents. Seeking more vendors. Kids crafts workshop by Home Depot.
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Gift of Life -MOTTEP( Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program)
313.875.9055
Tanya
Smith
313.875.9055
Belle Isle, 48207
Please support and share the details of Gift of Life MOTTEP's 18th Annual Life Walk 5kWalk & 5k/10K Run held at Historic Belle Isle State Park Casino- Saturday, July 25, 2015. Presenting sponsor is UAW Ford and Ford African Ancestry Network ( FAAN) Register for walk at www.motteplifewalk.org. For more information call 313.875.9055 or email us at :info@detroitmottepfoundation.org. Kids 12 and under are Free. "Extending life through organ and tissue donation..one step at a time"
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Gift of Life -MOTTEP( Minority Organ Tissue Transplant Education Program)
313.875.9055
Tanya
Smith
313.875.9055
736 Lothrop, 48202
Aug. 1: n August 1, 2015 ,Team MOTTEP will beautify our office building, located in Midtown. We will engage our neighbors in the community and request that they join us in cleaning our property, planting and maintaining our vegetable garden , flowers and shrubbery. It is Detroit MOTTEP Foundation's goal to join with ARISE Detroit and be good stewards of the City of Detroit. Last year Mr. Luther Keith served as our Honorary Community Engagement Chairperson to honor the legacy of Mr. Angelo B. Henderson
025
International Preparatory Academy
313-457-2346
Catherine
Stepherson
313-457-2346
4201 W.Outer Drive, 48221
Student recruitment at various locations to be determined later.
024
McKinney Foundation
313-475-8774
Tiah
McKinney
313-475-8774
Milliken State Park & Harbor 1900 Atwater Street Detroit, MI 48207
Event is Aug. 5: 6TH, “Celebrating a Healthier Detroit” EXPO is a fun-filled event with a serious purpose! 8/05/15; 9AM-5PM; Theme: Building a Culture of Health Equity Purpose is to ‘close the knowledge gap’ and reduce health disparities. Features Invited Speakers, Seminars, Exhibits, Healthy Cooking Demos & Tastings and Group Fitness for entire family; FREE Give-a-ways & Prizes, music, arts & crafts, song, dance and more! All metro Detroit communities and families are invited and welcomed. FREE ADMISSION!
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Mack Alive Community Resource Center
313-824-3900
Richard
Smith
313-824-3900
3746 Fischer Rd., 48214
Aug: 22; 24th annual Mack Aliver Parade, starting 10 a.m., on St. Jean Street and proceeding to East Grand Blvd. Followed by carnival, kids games
022
Christian People Pulling Together International
313-727-7757
Pastor Velina
Patterson
313-727-7757
4153 Concord St., 48207
Cleanup, Noon 4 p;m.Neighborhoods day event, our organization will be doing a community clean up on August 1, 2015 and we will try and include a fundraiser on that same day to raise money to go toward moving our ministry to the next phase.
021
Kingdom Culture Church
248-254-2967
Scott
Dewberry
248-254-2967
8809 Schoolcraft, 48238
Cleanup, 10 a.m.-3p.m. Seeking volunteers, clean-up vacant lots board up vacant houses assist seniors in maintaining their lawns
020
Rippling Hope
313-704-1230
Carl
Zerweck III
313-704-1230
Northwestern and Happy Homes Block Club areas in and around Northwestern Christian Church, 13650 Ilene , 48227
Saturday, August 1. 8AM-3PM NEIGHBORHOOD CLEANUPS AND HOME REPAIR PROJECTS
019
Interstate 96 Plaza
313-648-1165
Aaron
Howard
313-648-1165
8100 W. Davison, 48238
August 1st 2015 10am to 6pm we will hold a fair with music entertainment sports events kids events food and vendors and more
018
Palmer Park Square
248-495-8280
La Shawne
Richmond
248-495-8280
225 Covington, 48203
Event: Cleanup in Palmer Park area, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Seeking volunteers
017
LaVogue Square
248-495-8280
LaShawne
Richmond
248-495-8280
225 Covington, 48203
Cleanup of residential buildings; 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Seeking volunteers
016
International Preparatory Academy at the MacDowell Campus
313-494-8141
Christopher
Lindsay
313-494-8141
4201 W. Outer Drive, 48201
Community Resource Fair. We will have a variety of service organizations represented to provide information to our families and neighbors. There will also be food and fun for the whole family.
015
Evergreen/Lahser 7-8 Mile Roads Community Council
313-595-5703
Alice
Halliburton
313-595-5703
20293 Bentler, 48219m Margaret Simmons
Cleanup and Fun Day: he E/L7-8 Community Council will provide a Clean-up and A Fun Day in the park .Our Event will take plce on Saturday August 1st from 9:00 a.m. - 3;00 P.M. THE EAT -UP ,MEET-UP PROGRAM WILL PROVIDE LUNCH FOR ALL CHILDREN 18 AND UNDER. E/L7-8 community will provide numerous games. give-aways. fun activities and free refreshments for our children.
014
Positive Images
313 5204878
Charlotte
Hunter
313- 520-4878
4875 Coplin, 48207
Event: Cleanup of neighborhoood area; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
013
U.N.I.T.Y
313-989-7876
Jonathan
Parker
313-989-7876
1825 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Detroit, MI 48208
EvenL Cleanup, Community clean up resource fair fun and games for children and family and hopefully much more
012
Eden Gardens Block Club
313-587-4949
Karen
Knox
313-587-4949
12155 Glenfield, 48213
Event: Cleanup: Time: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Eden Gardens will be cleaning the vacant lots, removing trash, and cutting grass. Please join us in improving the look of our community. We will also work on cleaning up Gratiot. We will provide lunch and drinks. We will meet on Glenfield behind Payless Shoe Source on the vacant lot on Glenfield. The date will be August the 1st from 10:00 am to 6:00 PM please come out and join us. Seeking volunteers
011
Detroit Calvary United Methodist Church
734-512-7973
Rev. Will
Council
734-512-7973
15050 Hubbell Avenue, 48227
Time: Noon-4 p.m.; Event: Community Picnic Event Date: August 1, 2015 Times: 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm Event Details (Tentative still awaiting confirmation): Health Screenings, Food, Games, Face Painting, Merchandise Vendors, Music, and Bouncy House. Possible visits by City Office, Fire, and Police
010
Detroit Is Different
313-598-0408
Khary
Frazier
313-598-0408
Focus :HOPE 1200 Oakman BLVD Detroit MI 48238
7 p.m.-11 p.m. Detroit is Different is a website developed by Khary Frazier to offer the people and places that add to Detroit's signature culture. For Neighborhood's Day 2015 Saturday August 1, 2015 Detroit is Different will present the 'Feel the Funk' concert. Rev David Bullock from Preacher's of Detroit, and Detroit is Different founder Khary Frazier will perform. A lively, fun, concert will take place in the heart of a historic Westside Detroit neighborhood.
009
Regent Park Communty
313-204-2647
Willa
Ray
313-204-2647
16661East State Fair, 48205
Time: 10 a.m.-Noon Curb Appeal Part 2; designated areas in the community curbs will be cleaned on that day.; Seeking volunteers
008
Stafford House, Inc.
(313) 377-2596
Patricia
Dockery
(313) 377-2596
9846 Woodward, 48202
TimeL 10 a.m.-4 p.m.:Stafford House will have its annual neighborhood garage sale at 9846 Woodward Ave. between Boston and Trowbridge. Residents, block clubs and organizations will have a flea market and resource fair to get information out to the neighborhood.
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Commercial Assistance Program
313-285-7566
Hallie
Hughes
313-285-7566
2535 W Grand Blvd #317, 48208
Offering Cleanup Services: We will clean a designated area in or in front of your commercial business (FREE). Projects may include hospitals, schools, churches, nursing homes, manufacturing plants, etc. BONUS: New clients must submit 1-3 copies of their utility (gas) bills. Our new clients will receive a FREE energy analysis and proposal that could help them save throughout the year. Starts May 19, 2015 includes Saturday, August 1, 2015 and ongoing. Thank you. Science, Energy, and Technology Today!
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Marygrove Community Association
313-460-3574
Lenora
Hall
313-460-3574
8901 Marygrove, 48221
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Cleanup, Wyomong.Greenlawn, MicNichols.Puritan area. Our plan is to clean-up selected streets in the above areas. If you can put us in touch with volunteers to help us with our clean-up project, we will contact them for additional he
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Black Women Rock
313-42-1817
jessica
care Moore
313-42-1817
Capitol Park, downtown Detroit, 1265 Griswold, 48226
lack WOMEN Rock Camp for Girls & Women Culminating Concert AT DIME (Detroit Institute of Music Education Featuring student musicians from the BWR summer camp and BWR ALL STARS. Hosted by world famous poets jessica Care moore and Ursula Rucker. (Philly) 7-9pm CAPITOL PARK 1265 Griswold Detroit, Michigan 48226
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Tabernacle of Judah Church of God In Christ
2487472024
Pastor Darryl
Spires
2487472024
7400 W warren Detroit Mi 48210
Community Back to School Rally; 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
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Buffalo Soldiers M/C of Michigan
313-598-8772
Lawrence
Hall
313-598-8772
13141 Puritan, 48221
A day filled with fun activities for the inaugural introduction of Buffalo Soldiers M/C August 1 2015, this event features 3 0n 3 tournament basket face painting, Magician, clown bouncers train rides horses. starting at 1-7pm some ride out appearances to other Arise Detroit evnts
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Sidewalk Performing Arts Festival
734-709-7743
Ryan
Myers-Johnson
734-709-7743
Artists Village, 17405 Lahser Rd, Detroit, MI 48219
Outdoor celebration of performance and installation art in the heart of Detroit’s Old Redford and Brightmoor neighborhood. Sidewalk presents radical, interactive works of performance art, dance, music, theater and sculpture in unique spaces, curating original work that uncovers the hidden potential of these places. Activated spaces include alleys, storefronts, sidewalks, community gardens,parking lots, and the street itself. Aug 1st 3-10 p.m.
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Lindale Gardens Community Association
313-718-4044
Rebecca
Willis
313-718-4044
The 313 Detroit Bicycle Club, 416 E. State Fair Road. Detroit, Mi 48203
Community cleanup, BBQ and mural painting in the Lindale Gardens neighborhood near I-75 and State Fair Rd. 9am-12pm. Please call Rebecca "Bucky"Willis at 313-757-0784 for more information. Please wear working cloths, sturdy shoes and bring your own working gloves if possible. Www.LindaleGardens.org Www.BleedingHeartDesign.org
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