GIVE Club's Historical Timeline
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GIVE Club was honored to be able to support The Angel House's Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Walk in October 2016. The Angel House helps provide resources and assistance to help families in need and victims of domestic violence. Through rain or shine, we're here to help make a difference in our community.
March- GIVE Club (Getting Involved in Volunteer Efforts) was founded
April- Volunteered at GLEANERS Food Bank and packed 2,000 lbs of food
May- Provided financial assistance to a single mom who had unexpectedly become the guardian of additional family members
June- Collected and delivered approximately 150 cases of water to the Center of Hope Community Closet, who served the residents of Flint, MI during the Flint water crisis
September- Obtained 501c3
October- Donated funds to The Angel House and walked in their Domestic Violence Awareness Walk
October- Make a Difference Day. Packed and distributed 60 breakfast sandwiches, 60 hygiene kits and 80 bags of food for those experiencing homelessness at the Detroit Neighborhood Service Organization
February- Visited Covenant House and donated funds to their program efforts
March-May- Collected prom wear and formal attire for Covenant House’s 2017 Prom attendees
April- Hosted the Hustle Class for a Cause and donated the proceeds to Covenant House’s 2017 Prom attendees
May- Hosted a meet & greet and clothing collection at Cashmere Studio Boutique for Covenant House
June- Donated funds and helped serve the community at the NSO with Sisters United Detroit for their Juneteenth Freedom Feed
June- Donated funds and purses to the Angel House for their Project Purse Drive
August- Donated 60 back packs filled with school supplies to the St. Paul/Dexter Ave. Community Fair
September- Established the first Buy One GIVE One Sock Drive fundraiser with the proceeds and socks going to the clients of Detroit Neighborhood Service Organization
October- Make a Difference Day. Packed and distributed 150 blessing bags of food and hygiene items, water and 350 pairs of socks for those experiencing homelessness at the Detroit Neighborhood Service Organization
February- Volunteered with the youth at the Pantry House at the Chaney Branch Library during their African American History Celebration
March- Celebrated Founder’s Day
May- The DREAM (Dorm Room Essentials And Misc.) Scholarship was established
July- GIVE Club Garage Sale with the proceeds going to the DREAM Scholarship
July- Granted the DREAM (Dorm Room Essentials And Misc.) Scholarships to three graduating high school seniors
September- Buy One GIVE One Sock Drive fundraiser with the proceeds and socks going to the clients of Detroit Neighborhood Service Organization
October- Make a Difference Day. Packed and distributed 250 blessing bags of food and hygiene items, hats, gloves and 500 pairs of socks for those experiencing homelessness at the Detroit Neighborhood Service Organization
December- Attended Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams for the inpatient children at Beaumont Hospital
December- Donated 80 pairs of socks to the Oakland County Foster Closet
December- Purchased the Christmas Wish List items for a teen in foster care
January- Inducted 5 more members
February- Sponsored 10 youths to attend the Black Excellence 365 tour at the Detroit Institute of Arts that was hosted by the Black Economic Exchange Group
February- Volunteered and helped prepare and serve lunch to 150 people at the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
Through the month of June 2016, GIVE Club™ is looking to help the residents of Flint by organizing a water donation drive in conjunction with Help for Flint. The water will be delivered to Center for Hope Community Closet.
To adhere to safety codes, all donations need to observe the following guidelines, which allow volunteers to transport the water safely and efficiently.
The following items are acceptable:
Full cases of commercially packaged water (no loose bottles)
Commercially sealed gallon (or larger) containers of water
All containers must have an expiration date at least 6 months in the future
The following items CANNOT be accepted:
Containers with open/broken seals
Water past its expiration date or within 6 months of expiration
Thank you for your willingness and generosity.
*Please email email@example.com or call 313-405-9313
to arrange for pick up.
For more information on the overall relief and recovery efforts in Flint, the most up to date water safety results and guidelines, and lots of other useful information, visit flintcares.com.