Project 111 (pronounced one eleven) was the dream of Midland police community relations officer Chad Schieber, who wisely observed that the most effective way to improve teenage driving records is through an incentive.
Since its inception, For a Brighter Tomorrow has assisted 333 clients, including reuniting five mothers with their children, all with a volunteer staff of just three. Their purpose is to connect individuals with the resources they need to overcome addiction, which often includes funds for transportation, clothing, court fees, gas, and so on.
There are adages such as, “If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it,” that allude to the momentum it takes to achieve your goals. Executive director Lynne Scheible weaves this timeless insight and others into her leadership of Artworks Cultural Center, located in Big Rapids.
Childhood is supposed to be a time of exuberance, growth, and discovery. A time when we are protected, and our homes are safe. A time when we trust the adults around us and feel encouraged by the direction they provide.
Founded in 1981, Art Reach of Mid-Michigan has been connecting individuals of all backgrounds with robust arts and culture programming, enriching the lives of all who choose to participate.
Rebecca’s Reason is a nonprofit organization that exists to uplift families whose children battle life-altering disabilities.
On the day of your graduation from one of the most prestigious law schools in the country, which job offer extended to you would you take?