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Bettering the lives of Detroit’s neediest  at every age

The idea of S.A.Y. Detroit is in its letters: Super All Year

It was formed in February, 2006, after author and journalist Mitch Albom went public with a plea to do as much for the homeless all year as the city was doing over one Super Bowl weekend. He spent a night in a shelter to call attention to the issue. The response was overwhelming, and S.A.Y. Detroit became a fully-formed 501(c)(3) charity that serves as an umbrella organization for major programs to improve the lives of Detroit’s neediest citizens—from cradle to career, and beyond.
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Homes &

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Health &
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Volunteering &

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OUR 100 % PROMISE. Every dollar of your tax deductible gift goes directly to our programs. No administrative costs!

News & Updates

Bethlehem House Expands the Heart of Detroit

Checking in with OpenSpot Theatre, first featured in season 4 as 4th Wall, who is making acting accessible for all.

Bethlehem House Expands the Heart of Detroit

Mitch Albom checks in with Deb Foster four years after being featured in 2016.

Designing with Detroit Women in Mind

It covers our buildings and streets all across metro Detroit but two entrepreneurs have discovered a way to use its beauty and help women at the same time.

Record-Breaking Radiothon Raises $1.5 Million

Even as it adjusted to a new normal, the beloved tradition highlighted a community’s overwhelming generosity

Keeping the Smiles Going at O.A.T.S.

Checking in with the equine therapy organization for children and adults with special needs

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