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DETROIT BEATS COVID-19!
In response to the impact that the COVID-19 outbreak is having on the greater Detroit community, SAY Detroit has launched the Detroit Beats Covid-19! initiative to spearhead efforts for immediate and impactful actions to protect and support some of our most vulnerable population — seniors, first responders, children, and the homeless.
A digital “book” from the SAY Detroit Play Center’s 2020 Summer Program written by the students, educators, and staff Creative Collection
WATCH: We Shared the Giving!
For about one hour, one day every year in the springtime, a room in the Fisher Building is the happiest place on Earth as we gather with community partners to distribute funds raised from the previous December’s Radiothon.
While circumstances prevented us from gathering in-person this year, generosity and the spirit of community would not be cancelled. So we made it virtual. Watch as we awarded more than $1.3 million to nearly two dozen area charity recipients.
It started with a maroon beanie but has blossomed into a project for good, Josh York is sewing that giving spirit, right here in the heart of Detroit.
Zaman means “time” and Najah Bazzy is spending her time in the stewardship of others in the Heart of Detroit
UTICA, MI., NOV. 11, 2020 —The numbers were fewer, 15 volunteers instead of the usual 30-plus, due to necessary restrictions because of the coronavirus pandemic. No problem. Small and mighty then, that’s what they were. Motown Soup is a charity near and dear to A Time...
A Time to Help loves helping our partner nonprofits when we can, especially when the project is a favorite among volunteers: packaging soups, dry goods and other products at Motown Soup.
How, in a time of intense divisions drawn like fault lines across the country and within communities, do we reach common ground? It has to start somewhere. For SAY Detroit’s new Better Together initiative, bridging racial divides is starting with one meal and one...