On Tuesday, May 10th, 2022 The Children’s Center is hosting the 18th Annual Power of Possibilities Breakfast. Beginning in 2004, this annual event generates support for Detroit children and families in need.
This fully virtual program will begin at 7:00 AM for networking and the program will begin at 7:30 AM. Your presence and support will allow us to help families imagine a little bigger.
The Power of Possibilities Breakfast, presented by Ford Motor Company, is free to attend. The program is one hour long and includes testimonials from families that have received services from The Children’s Center and would like to share their experiences with you. At the end of the program there will be an opportunity to make a donation.
RSVPs are required and information on how to login to the event will be emailed to attendees after registration.
This year’s theme is Imagine With Me. Imagine with me a child’s dream coming true. The Children’s Center is proud to be helping families and children realize the infinite possibilities of their future. This year’s theme explores: the incredible stories of our families and trying to understand the challenges life has given them. While also thinking about being a child and growing up experiencing trauma, abuse, moving homes and families – and having big dreams. The Children’s Center is proud to help those families bring those dreams a little closer. Join us to help Detroit children strive for their dreams.
To discuss additional sponsorship opportunities, please contact Angela Polk, at 313.262.1104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support treatment programs designed to help heal the hurt that include helping more than 1,200 children with autism, depression, abuse & neglect through child and family therapy, grief & loss counseling and more each year.
Help more than 400 infants and their parents receive a healthy start through programs that are designed to assist parents with vulnerable babies to prevent abuse & neglect and promote parent and child empowerment.
Provides two days of Summer camp for 40 children with severe emotional disorders.
Provide 100 children with counseling sessions which can change the trajectory of their lives.
Provide 65 children with group play therapy and art supplies so they may express through art the trauma they cannot verbalize.
Provides multiple days of emergency crisis care for one child or youth threatening to harm themselves or others.
* If submitted by Monday, April 18, 2022.