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November 2022

Newsletter

Thanksgiving Wishes from SAY Detroit

A Special Message from Mitch Albom

As I reflect on and prepare for Thanksgiving this week, I realize what I love so much about it. It’s that for an entire day on the calendar, we’re actually supposed to think about what we are grateful for. Tell me there’s a better place to appreciate what you have than a kitchen filled with good smells and, if you are blessed, a room filled laughter.

Family, friends, food, warmth, a roof overhead, a functioning body, a quiet neighborhood, peace in the air. I’m blessed in all these ways. If you are, too, give thanks this week, because so many aren’t. I’m grateful for all you have given to help make that a reality for your neighbors in need in Detroit.

Happy Thanksgiving, friends.


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Radiothon 2022 is in 15 days!

Broadcast live for 15 hours from The Somerset Collection in Troy, MI, the annual Radiothon is set for Thursday, December 8th!

The day’s entertainment brings together the people who benefit from the dollars raised, famous folks who wish to call attention to our mission, and most importantly, people like you who wish to help.

Watch on mitchalbomradiothon.com or listen on WJR 760AM.


SAY Clinic Wellness Wednesdays Focused on Healthy Lifestyles

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The last Wellness Wednesdays luncheon of 2022 addressed how to maintain both a physical and emotional healthy lifestyle during this busy time. Enjoy the story and learn what tips were shared!  


Riding in to Help

Ten bikes from SAY Detroit’s Mi-Cycle were delivered earlier this month to The Salvation Army’s Booth Shelter. Shelter residents will be able to sign out these Mi-Cycle bikes for all transportation needs — work, services, errands, job interviews and more.


The Perfect Holiday Gift, Exclusive Savings For You!

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Now through Saturday, December 10th, enter code SAYHOLIDAY and receive 15% off your entire purchase* at Brown Bag Popcorn’s website. All profits support SAY Detroit’s mission to provide pathways to success for Detroiters in need.

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