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Non-profit organizations to support in Detroit

Sherrie Williams

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DETROIT, MI - Want to contribute to charitable causes around Detroit but don’t know where to? Check out this list of legitimate nonprofits where both your donations and volunteering service will have an everlasting impact.

Crossroads

Established in 1971, Crossroads aims to help the community, especially those in need, by providing emergency assistance, counseling, advocacy. Their actions are funded by multiple foundations, individuals, and friends who share the same passion for helping people. They welcome people to be involved in their programs such as sponsoring summer lunches and serving as a social service counselor, and others. You can also donate online here.

Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit

Mosaic was founded in 1992 by Rick Sperling, a professional director, and director. Its mission is to stimulate the potential of young people through professional training in the performing arts and the creation of drama and music arts, to maximize their potential. Most of its students and alumni come from minority and low-income families, many of whom have progressed to accomplish incredible things in life. Take part in changing young people’s lives by volunteering or sending out a donation.

Mercy Education Project

Initially, Mercy Education Project was a short tutoring program when it was established by the Sisters of Mercy of Detroit in 1992. Now they have transformed into a massive educational platform, providing development opportunities to women and girls with limited resources to unleash their capabilities. Visit their website to see how your donation will go along the way.

Kids Without Cancer

For the past 39 years, Kids Without Cancer has been raising funds to support breakthrough pediatric cancer research at Children’s Hospital of Michigan and its affiliates Wayne State University and the Karmanos Cancer Institute. To show support for the work they’re doing, you can either make a tax-deductible donation or join as a volunteer.

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