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EastersealsMichigan, in partnership with Independence Township and Orion Township are committed to constructing a new fully accessible baseball field. The new field will be called The Miracle League of North Oakland and will be located in Friendship Park at the corner of Clarkston and Baldwin Roads. We Need You! Construction will begin in the Spring and grand opening will be in the Summer, 2019. A storage container has been placed on the grounds in Friendship Park waiting for your contributions!
Contact Jeff Camboia at 248.475.3637 or email@example.com to discuss.
Our past programs include:
|CCH Prep & Paint Over 40 volunteers gathered at the Christ Child House in Detroit to Prep and Paint 15 rooms for its young residents. CCH provides care for abused and neglected children in the Detroit area. View Pictures||CAN DO FOOD DRIVE, Cereal Drive & Holiday Basket Drive collections Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan. Shop Gleaners Virtual Store or Donate Now|
|Detroit Hazmat Station Rehab of the living quarters in the Detroit HAZMAT Fire Station to provide a safe and comfortable living space for the responders housed there. See before and after pictures.||Hat & Mitten Drive 2500 hats and mittens collected and distributed to Grace Centers of Hope and COTS for men, women and children in need and to Mittens for Detroit|
|BOMA Bike Build To date, nearly 400 bikes & helmets donated to local organizations for families in need.||Bowling! BOMA bowled with kids from Christ Child House at the Majestic Center Garden Bowl in Detroit.|
The mission of the Detroit Crime Commission is to lessen the burdens of government and the citizens of the southeast Michigan area by facilitating the prevention, investigation and prosecution of crime.
The Detroit Crime Commission was founded in 2011 as a tax exempt public charity to serve as a citizen ally with agencies and organizations to improve public safety in Southeast Michigan.
|The mission of Gleaners Food Bank of Southeast Michigan is to provide households with access to sufficient, nutritious food, and related resources. We accomplish this through collaboration, efficient operations, education, and innovative solutions to achieve a hunger-free community in southeast Michigan.
Gleaners collects nearly 39 million pounds of food a year and distributes 89,000 meals each day including providing nourishing food and nutrition education to 171,000 children a year.
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