She founded her organization, Each One Teach One, in 1999 so that these women could enhance the quality and stability of their own and their children’s lives.
So many people loved the bag that in 2009 she started taking orders, and then opened a store on Etsy. She named her new business Better Life Bags.
Twenty-eight years ago, Ralph and Carol Curtis opened up their farm to form Banbury Cross Therapeutic Equestrian Center (TEC) and invited community members with special needs to visit providing them opportunity for growth.
Southeast Michigan’s Gleaners Community Food Bank is an exemplary model of how organizations within a community can come together for the greater good.
Rebel Nell, however, has been empowering women in these very same ways for the last five years, employing the disadvantaged and abused and educating them so they can live a safe, healthy, independent life of their choosing. They do this surrounded by fellow women who believe in them.
Cass Community Social Services, by way of its multilateral programming, supports those in need of food, housing, job assistance, and even health services. Based in Detroit...
At the end of 2006, interior designer Terry Grahl received a call from a shelter volunteer who was familiar with her business, asking if she would come to tour the facility and consider painting a wall for the women who occupied the female quarters...
At the epicenter of the Birmingham community there lies a nonpartisan, nonsectarian, and non-exclusive community house that has been bringing people together for nearly a century. What’s remarkable about
While studying journalism at Michigan State University, Molly Reeser started working part-time on a horse farm to earn some extra money.