Tag Archives: Non-profit

  1. OUR Credit Union Donates $5,000 to Families in Need

    OUR Credit Union adopted families in need over the holidays by partnering with Lighthouse’s Adopt a Family program, donating $5000 in gifts and much-needed household items. Credit Union staff picked out items like bedding, kitchen essentials, toys, warm clothing and shoes.

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  2. THE DETROIT FREE PRESS NAMES NEW HORIZONS A WINNER OF THE DETROIT TOP WORKPLACES 2019 AWARD

    Auburn Hills, MI  – New Horizons has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2019 honor by The Detroit Free Press. The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by research partner Energage, LLC, a leading provider of technology-based employee engagement tools. The anonymous survey measures several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection, just to name a few.

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  3. MSGCU Volunteers for Kids Coalition Against Hunger

    CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union (MSGCU) team members spent time on Columbus Day packaging 31,326 meals and donating $7,500 to help make a difference in our community. For the second year, MSGCU volunteered with Kids Coalition Against Hunger, a humanitarian food relief organization whose mission is to significantly reduce the number of hungry children in the United States and feed starving children throughout the world.

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  4. American Society of Employers (ASE) announces the Michigan HR Executives of the Year for 2019

    Livonia, Mich. —American Society of Employers (ASE), one of the nation’s oldest and largest employer associations, is pleased to announce the honorees for its annual Michigan HR Executive of the Year for 2019. Through a nomination process overseen by ASE, candidates are selected in four categories and recognized for their admirable work that distinguishes them in the field of Human Resource Management.

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  5. Sterling Insurance Group wins $10,000 for Veterans

    Serving Those Who Served Our Country – Vets Returning Home Awarded $10,000

    Thanks to the communities’ support, Vets Returning Home, a nonprofit and non-government funded organization dedicated to helping veterans transition into stable lives, was officially awarded a $10,000 donation from Sterling Heights-based Sterling Insurance Group through the 2019 Safeco Insurance® Make More Happen Awards.

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  6. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    For the entire month of October people can donate new and gently used clothing, new socks/shoes and toiletries, to our concierge desk or security.

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  7. Northwood University Job Opening – Associate Director of Admissions

    The Associate Director of Admissions, Adult Degree Program (ADP) is responsible for personal recruitment goals in the assigned territory and overseeing all new student enrollment operations within their designated region. The Associate Director of Admissions, ADP provides leadership and supervision in the execution of new student enrollment goals with a team of assigned ADP admissions representatives.

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  8. Barks & Brews

    Join Granite City Food and Brewery to support the Michigan Humane Society on game day.

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  9. 10th annual Pull! for Kids event on September 19 supports Child Safe Michigan’s foster care and mentoring programs for at-risk children

    Royal Oak, Mich. — Child Safe Michigan, an affiliate of Judson Center, is pleased to announce the 10th anniversary of its Pull! for Kids event on Thursday, September 19, at the Detroit Gun Club in Walled Lake. The annual sporting clays tournament raises funds for Child Safe Michigan to continue the programs and services that ensure abused and at-risk children in Southeast Michigan live healthy and happy lives. Last year, the organization provided foster care services to 87 children, matched 62 mentors and mentees, and helped 23 children find forever homes through adoption.

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  10. TROY PUBLIC LIBRARY AND THE SUBURBAN LIBRARY COOPERATIVE SEEK AREA BUSINESS OWNERS TO OFFER DISCOUNTS TO LIBRARY MEMBERS

    Local business owners, restaurants and merchants have an opportunity to partner with the Suburban Library Cooperative’s 21 area libraries that include the Troy Public Library and offer thousands of library cardholders great discounts. At no cost to the business, the Suburban Library Cooperative will take care of all marketing, promotion and organization in order to introduce the business to all of its members. All the business owner needs to offer is a discount to be publicized.

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