The Detroit Muscle Crew II is a volunteer group of skilled trades people who help refurbish houses and tackle other physical maintenance projects as we continue our commitment of improving the lives of Detroit’s neediest citizens through Working Homes/Working Families, SAY Detroit Play Center, Bright Beginnings Child Development Center, SAY Detroit Family Health Clinic and other programs within SAY Detroit.
Learn about the first and international iteration of the group—Detroit Muscle Crew I—here.
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Volunteers from A Time to Help, SAY Detroit Muscle Crew, and Pastor Kevin Ramsby’s group from Arise Church joined together to spruce up SAY Play before its opening next week.
Dennis and Tami Caren, owners of D&T Signs in Wyandotte, outfitted three vans used to transport SAY Play’s children with signage that promotes the nonprofit’s slogan
The job wasn’t easy. But then, they rarely are when the work involves laboring outside each day, with temperatures soaring into the 90s – and with no relief in sight.
Happy to help. Those words were music to S.A.Y. Detroit when Detroit Muscle Crew II members Tami and Dennis Caren of Wyandotte offered their services to make two of the signs that will soon be on display at the Franklin Cider Mill -- home of the Detroit Water Ice...
We are grateful to all DMC II attendees for sharing their ideas and offering support as we work towards another successful year of giving to help Detroit’s neediest citizens after our rookie season in 2017.
Best New Years Idea? Sign Up to Help Others
Have you made a New Year’s resolution? Did it include helping people in need? Have you made that resolution before, only to discover, halfway through the year, that you kind of missed the boat?
Well. I have a way around that – particularly if you are in the skilled trades fields, like plumbing, roofing, carpentry, masonry, electrical – or if you like to read and work with kids. I know it works.
Because I tried it before. … read more »