Listen in as @TCC_Laura talks with Marletta Boyd II, Director of Philanthropy at The Children’s Center about our 17th Annual Power of Possibilities Breakfast taking place on May 11, 2021.
Help Detroit Children See Better Days Ahead
On Tuesday, May 11th, 2021, we are holding our annual Power of Possibilities breakfast. Since 2004 the event has raised more than $5.4M in unrestricted contributions to help give Detroit children better days ahead.
Your contributions ensure children can live their dreams.
The event, presented by Ford Motor Company, is free to attend. It’s an inspiring one-hour program with a free-will donation opportunity at the end. RSVPs are required.
Tuesday, May 11, 2021. Informal virtual networking begins at 7:30 a.m. The full program is 8:00-9:00 a.m.
This is a virtual event.
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About the Podcast
The “Real Talk About Children’s Mental Health” podcast is brought to you by The Children’s Center in Midtown Detroit. And, hosted by our very own Laura Le Fever (@TCC_Laura), Director of Community Projects.
In each episode, we get real about the unimaginable mental, social, and behavioral health challenges faced every day by Detroit’s most vulnerable children and families.
Why is this important? Because at The Children’s Center, we’re passionate about healing children. We believe every child deserves a chance to succeed, to become the amazing person they were born to be. To be accepted and not judged. And to be welcomed with wide-open arms.
Our mission, going all the way back to 1929, is to help children and families shape their own futures so they can heal, grow, and thrive. To empower their voices and learn to self-advocate once they’re outside the comfort of our walls. Because we know when you lift a child’s spirit, you ultimately lift an entire community.
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