Tag Archives: Non-profit

  1. Baker College’s Auburn Hills campus celebrates graduates June 16

    Baker College’s Auburn Hills campus will acknowledge approximately 350 graduates at commencement ceremonies Friday, June 16, 7 p.m., at The Apostolic Church, 3655 N. Squirrel Road, Auburn Hills. The event also includes students who are earning degrees from Baker College Online/Graduate Studies.

    “It is with great honor that we present the 2017 class of Baker College of Auburn Hills graduates,” said Peter W. Karsten, Ph.D., CPA, Baker College of Auburn Hills president. “We’re proud that they chose Baker College to prepare them to fulfill their goals as so many others have done since the college was founded in 1911.” Read the rest of this entry »

  2. LocalHop Event Registration System Set to Compete with Industry’s Best

    LocalHop Event Management Platform Offers Affordable Event Registration Tools for Michigan Organizations.

    Pontiac, Michigan – June 2017

    LocalHop is excited to announce the launch of its long-awaited event registration system. The system was designed in conjunction with Michigan organizations and businesses, and competes with the industry’s best in intuitive design, platform stability, security, and mobile readiness. LocalHop registration provides safe payment processing for patrons, easy event management, integration capabilities, mobile registration, and reporting. Michigan organizations of all sizes can now afford to have an integrated event management system that includes registration, web calendars, and a mobile app. The registration system, complete with web and mobile payment processing, will be available to Michigan organizations and businesses June 7. Read the rest of this entry »

  3. BECAUSE HUNGER DOESN’T TAKE A SUMMER VACATION – Annual Cereal Drive Kicks-off Today!

    The end of the school year often marks the end of a guaranteed meal for almost half of Detroit’s children. In Southeast Michigan, more than 300,000 free or reduced fee breakfasts and lunches are served daily during the school year.

    The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Professional Nurse Council at the Detroit Medical Center (DMC) is leading a community effort to provide area children with a consistent daily meal over summer recess. The 8th Annual Cereal Drive kicks off today, on Friday, June 2, and runs through June 9, 2017. The cereal collected will be donated to Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan and distributed to over 500 food pantries throughout Southeastern Michigan. Read the rest of this entry »

  4. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

    This year in Michigan, breast cancer is expected to impact thousands of women, who will be newly diagnosed with the disease. As an integral member of our community in Oakland County, I present you with an opportunity to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer.

    The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk is a powerful event to raise awareness and funds to end breast cancer. This year’s walk is expected to bring together more than 800 people on October 7th at Rochester Municipal Park.

    As a sponsor for the walk, you can help the Society fund innovative research, educate people on steps they can take to reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early, and simply provide a hand to hold so no one ever has to walk alone in their fight. Read the rest of this entry »

  5. Chamber Member Named President of the Troy Community Coalition

    Dr. Daniel Farkas D.C., C.F.M.P., Troy Chamber member and owner of Back to Health Chiropractic Center in Troy was elected President of the Troy Community Coalition. The purpose of the Coalition is to prevent Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco abuse in the Troy Community.

  6. Dickinson Wright Women’s Network to Host Annual Sharing Our Success Event to Benefit HAVEN

    The Dickinson Wright Women’s Network is pleased to announce that it will host its annual Sharing Our Success event on Thursday, April 20, 2017 at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham. Read the rest of this entry »

  7. Japhet School, Earth Day Community Shredding


    Detroit Residents and Businesses Shred & Recycle to Raise Funds for Award-Winning School

    Clawson, Michigan – Japhet School, the award-winning school in Clawson, is partnering with ShredCorp this Earth Day to raise funds for the school and reduce rainforest dependence by offering local businesses and residents the chance to shred and recycle boxes of documents at a minimum donation of $5 per banker’s box. Read the rest of this entry »

  8. Pontiac nonprofit leaders boost skills through Oakland University certificate program

    When Oakland University leaders launched a Nonprofit Management Certificate program in 2016, part of their mission was to engage and support the surrounding region, including the city of Pontiac, with which the university shares a strategic partnership. Read the rest of this entry »

  9. Real Men Wear Pink Campaign

    The American Cancer Society is looking to nominate up to 25 gentlemen in Oakland County for our Real Men Wear Pink Campaign. The candidates will be leaders in the community that will commit to wear something pink each day of October, 2017. Raise a minimum of $2,500. Raise awareness about breast cancer through their social networks. Please contact Julie Featherston at Julie.featherston@cancer.org to nominate a gentlemen.

  10. Ladies Night Out Fundraiser benefiting Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation

    April 20, 2017 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM at BodyWorks in Troy!

    Join us for a Ladies Night Out filled with shopping, door prizes, complimentary chair massage, bucket raffles, yummy treats and more!

    Entry is free. 100% of all money raised will go the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation.