News & Updates
A Time to Helpers Join Hamtramck Family
More than 30 volunteers spent the day cleaning up and landscaping the property an elderly cancer patient berated by a district court judge.
A Time to Help Comes Through for SAY Play
The work of A Time to Help volunteers could be seen all over SAY Play as they painted, moved furniture, and cleaned.
$10,000 Worth of Motown Soup Prepared by A Time to Help Volunteers
In assembly line fashion, they packaged more than 1,400 soup mixes and gift packages which will be sold to benefit the homeless and hungry in Detroit
A Time to Helpers Scrub and Polish at the Factory
About 15 volunteers gathered Saturday (Nov. 20) to help spruce up the Detroit Water Ice Factory storefront, with a smaller group tackling a project in the storage room.
Serving Hope at Motown Soup
A Time to Help volunteers returned to a familiar project Saturday (Oct. 16) to help a likeminded volunteer-driven nonprofit: Motown Soup. Working in the lower level of Trinity Lutheran Church on Van Dyke Ave., more than two dozen volunteers filled dry soup, mixes and spice packets to help stock Motown Soup’s shelves heading into the holiday […]
Applause from the Crowd for Time to Helpers (and Working Families)
A dozen volunteers conquered a formidable landscape project to benefit SAY Detroit’s Working Homes/Working Families program.
A Time to Help Volunteers Bring Christmas in July
Surrounded by pallets of holiday gift boxes that will be distributed to 30,000 youth this December, volunteers assembled more than 5,600 dental kits at Detroit Goodfellows.
A Time to Help Volunteers Really Digging It
Spread out over 15 acres, A Time to Help volunteers tackled a backyard-kind-of-project on a big-time scale at SAY Play.
Working the Assembly Line for Focus: HOPE
A Time to Help volunteers worked together packaging food items into boxes, loading them onto pallets and sending them off to their final destinations: the front doorsteps of more than 60 seniors in need.
Restocking and Restoring Help and Hearts at Cass Community
When A Time To Help learned that their partner nonprofit was low on inventory and needed to start restocking its charity store, our volunteers were quick to jump on the opportunity.