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A Time to Help Genesis House III Women’s Treatment Facility – March 2018

A Time to Help Genesis House III Women’s Treatment Facility – March 2018

ATTH volunteers will paint the first-floor main hallway and stairwell at the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries’ Genesis House III shelter for women and children. If there is time, we’ll also sand the stair railings in the main foyer. The DRMM, which is S.A.Y. Detroit’s operating partner, offers both transitional and permanent housing in its programs to prevent any return to homelessness and addiction. DRMM believes everyone deserves care, a warm meal and a safe place to rest your head.

Event Details

Date: Saturday, March 24, 2018

Time: 9 am – 12:00 p.m.

Location: Genesis House III Women’s Treatment Facility, 2015 Webb, Detroit, MI. 48206 | Map

Parking: Parking is available on the street in front of the building (which is marked as Genesis House II), or on 14th Street, near the side of the building. Please enter the door on the side of the building next to the ramp. Look for ATTH signs.

Volunteers Needed: 25

Attire/Other Info:  As this is a painting project, please dress appropriately. We request adults only for this project. Paint will be provided, but we are in need of all other supplies such as drop cloths (plastic is fine), painting tape, brushes and rollers, drip pans, and 5 ladders as the walls are high. We will not be painting the ceilings. Please write your name on the materials that you’re bringing. Please let us know if you can bring a standard ladder via email at atimetohelp.detroit@gmail.com.

Sign up: atimetohelp.org

Questions: atimetohelp.detroit@gmail.com

A Time to Help Update – February 2018

A Time to Help Update – February 2018

A Time to Help Creates Educational Kits at Arts & Scraps

Led by S.A.Y. Detroit founder Mitch Albom and his radio show partner, Ken Brown, nearly 40 volunteers from A Time to Help spent Saturday morning (Feb. 17) at the Arts & Scraps Warehouse in Detroit, where the group participated in an “Education Reimagined’’ project.

For more than two hours, volunteers cut donated swimsuit fabric into squares for STEM educational kits that will be used in schools across metro Detroit. Arts & Scraps uses recycled materials to help people of all ages and abilities to think, create and learn. The nonprofit serves 275,000 children and recycles 28 tons annually. … continue reading »


 

ATTH’s next project is tentatively scheduled for March 24 at one of the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries’ homeless shelters, where volunteers will embark on a painting project. Registration for that event will begin the first week of March here.