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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.
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. While circumstances prevented us from gathering in-person this year, generosity and the spirit of community won’t be cancelled. On behalf of Mitch Albom, founder of SAY Detroit, and Dr. Chad Audi, President of the The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, we invite you to catch up with the virtual presentation of our Radiothon fund distribution ceremony, as we awarded more than $1.3 million to nearly two dozen area charity recipients.
**UPDATE: As of Monday, May 18, the mobile testing unit has moved to the grounds of the SAY Detroit Play Center at Lipke Park (19320 Van Dyke Ave, Detroit, MI 48234) in order to fulfill needs-based testing for the Osborn neighborhood.The site will be closed on Monday,...
Responding to a request from the City of Detroit, SAY Detroit has provided gap funding for the purchase of 135 no-touch infrared thermometers for use by first responders at the Detroit Fire Department (DFD) and front-line municipal employees at the Detroit Department...
SAY Detroit awards more than $1.3 million to area nonprofits from funds raised at the 2019 Radiothon
How SAY Detroit and founder Mitch Albom are aiding coronavirus impact and recovery efforts.
Peter Andoni, co-owner of Shield's and longtime donor to SAY Detroit, has launched a fundraiser he calls "Help Shield's Help Those in Need.'' For every $100 collected on this GoFundMe page, Shield's will donate -- and deliver -- $125 worth of food to local police...