Last Saturday I worked route safety.
Thankful for the opportunity to help fill The Bottomless Toy Chest. This will help distract children in hospitals with something positive during their difficult times.
This summer, I joined Mercy Education Project on numerous summer field trips as a part of their Emerging Leaders program. Middle school girls within Southwest Detroit are able to join MEP’s Emerging Leaders summer camp to develop personal visions, learn about college, gain exposure to careers, and participate in team building activities. One Friday, campers […]
While several of us from the Birmingham office volunteered to donate blood, I was the only one who was able to donate due to an issue at a local restaurant! See you all in another 4 months!!
On Saturday, my husband and I volunteered for the set up of the 2016 Skate Company Skating Club annual ice show. Our daughter is now an alumni with the show since she graduated from high school last year. But, our experience was needed because we have assisted with the set up and tear down of […]
The Birmingham office held a month-long toys,crafts and clothing items drive for The Bottomless Toy Chest, a local charity that provides new, wrapped toys to pediatric cancer patients at Michigan and Ohio hospitals. We had great support for the charity drive. collecting a great variety of items and over $100 in cash donations. All items had […]
On July 29th – 31st, I rode my bicycle 304 miles to raise money for children with life threatening illnesses. As part of Team Alex, a local group of 150 cyclists I was able to help raise $384,000 of the total $2,300,000 that Make a Wish Michigan raised this year from the ride. A truly […]
I had the pleasure of volunteering with my whole family, including my mom, my dad, my husband, my daughters and a family friend, on Sunday, August 7, 2016 at the National Council of Jewish Women of Metropolitan Detroit’s (NCJW) Back 2 School Store. The Back 2 School Store is a one-day annual event to help […]
The Birmingham office collected toy, crafts and art projects for children hospitalized with cancer for a charity known as The Bottomless Toy Chest. Our office collected four bins of items and over $100 to be given to the charity. Linda McCauley, Terri Shoop, Tina Salvator, Ann Maguran, and I wrapped the items for delivery to […]
The Birmingham office collected art projects, crafts, interactive games, and toys which will be delivered to hospitalized pediatric cancer patients by The Bottomless Toy Chest. Our office collected four bins of items and over $100 to be given to the charity. Lauralyn Bell-Guzzo, Ann Maguran, Linda McCauley, Tina Salvatore and I wrapped the items for delivery to the children.