Every four months, a truck rolls up to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan packed with 300,000 diapers for families in need—and with nowhere else to turn for help buying diapers. Even families on assistance are forced to choose between buying food and paying bills, or buying diapers for their children.
Equine therapy is an alternative form of therapy that brings not only physical and mental benefits, but much enjoyment, friendship, and a sense of well-being to its participants. "Changing lives one ride at a time."
“Arts are the Heart” is a series of themed music, art, creation stations and performers providing a consistent avenue of accelerating art and culture in downtown Fenton, put on by The Fenton Arts Council. The Hagerman Foundation was proud to be a part of bringing the community together.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Flint is a safe place to learn, grow and have fun. Their programs are designed to benefit children socially, physically, economically and educationally. Our goal is to take the young people who walk through our doors and turn those children into the next generation of leaders.
The YMCA believes that building strong youth and strong families, builds strong communities. The YMCA brings the community together by providing programs that promote healthy bodies, spirits, and minds. Y Safe Places is just one of the programs offered by the YMCA of Greater Flint.
Berston Field House has been a staple of community outreach for the Flint residents since 1923. From afterschool programs, to art, dance, and athletics, Berston Field house has been a place of trust. Families have a place to gather and expand their sense of community.
The Hagerman Foundation believes in the work that Shirley Cochran and her team at Motherly Intercession are doing every day to make a difference in the life of a child with an incarcerated parent. The vision Cochran has for Motherly Intercession is “for the children of incarcerated parents to realize […]