H. R. Community Service Opportunities
HRAGD encourages its members to help make Southeast Michigan a great place to work, play, and live. Members can send community service notices for consideration to email@example.com
Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit operates a program called Within Reach, matching the chronically unemployed with prospective employers. The interests of the business community are represented through a Business Advisory Council (BAC) which is comprised of representatives from a variety of industries. The BAC provides support, direction, and advice to ensure program graduates are equipped and capable of assuming “in demand” jobs. The program has established a high level of success that has generated interest nationwide. If you’d like to join the Goodwill Business Advisory Council, or if you have questions, contact the Detroit Career Center at 313-557-8659.
Special Olympics Michigan (SOMI)
is a sports training and competition program for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Throughout the year more than 14,800 athletes gather in over 200 events to compete, make friends, and build self-esteem. Special Olympics Michigan is a grassroots program with over 20,000 volunteers. Volunteering is not only a rewarding individual experience but also provides a valuable team building experience for any organization. SOMI, a non-profit organization that relies entirely on private funding, is always seeking financial support. Learn how to become a volunteer, introduce SOMI sponsorship opportunities to organizations or find an event near you by visiting www.somi.org
or contact 800-644-6404.
Capuchin Soup Kitchen
is rooted in the Franciscan tradition, serving those who suffer from the lack of basic human needs. Volunteers are at the heart of our mission of concern and commitment to the poor and ensure that we are able to return eighty-nine cents of every donated dollar to direct client services. Volunteers serve meals and assist in the kitchens; sort and size clothing; prepare emergency food packages; work in the Earthworks Garden; tutor, teach and mentor children and assist at a number of special events held throughout the year. Volunteers will work hard, have fun, and learn a great deal about themselves and their fellow human beings. If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact the Volunteer Office at 313-822-8606 ext. 10.