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    News — Charity

    We are a proud sponsor of GLEANERS FOOD BANK

     Become a Hunger Hero by donating at least $20 a month for 12 months during the 104.3 WOMC Radiothon. All Hunger Heroes will receive a limited edition Made In Detroit t-shirt and a pair of tickets to an upcoming Detroit Pistons game! Plus, Hunger Heroes who donate by phone are entered for a chance to win valuable hourly incentives!

    So help make a difference, Thursday, February 13th during the 104.3 WOMC Radiothon for Gleaners and be a hunger hero!

    CALL US TO DONATE: 1 (855) 315-3663


    Made In Detroit shirts go to third-world countries

    So what happens to all those "misprinted and defective" t-shirts that don't make it to store shelves?

    They go to clothe the homeless in southeast Michigan and some make it all the way to people in third-world countries, after we donate them to Grace Centers of Hope.

    The homeless are not just statistics, although there are more than 34,000 homeless people in Southeast Michigan.

    They are not faceless—they are children , middle class families whose financial situations have changed drastically, women suffering from abuse, individuals challenged with mental illness, and those whose lives have been destroyed by alcohol or drugs—they were your neighbors.

    No matter how they became homeless, each one seeks HOPE.

    Located in the midst of the community in a campus-like setting, Grace Centers of Hope provides refuge, safety and security, a home for those without one, and a wide range of programs to help people in need rebuild their lives and re-enter society as productive and responsible citizens.

    Made In Detroit is proud to work with Grace Centers of Hope, together we can make a difference.

    To date MID has donated over $20,000 worth of clothing items to Grace Centers of Hope.

    Karmanos breast cancer research benefits from Made In Detroit

    The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute has received $10,000 from sales of Made In Detroit's ‘Rosie the Riveter’ Cancer T-shirt. Funding will benefit Karmanos’ breast cancer research programs. T-shirt sales began in June of last year and kicked off in part with Karmanos Partners’ fundraising efforts. The Partners also honored Kid Rock, owner of Made In Detroit, and the Kid Rock Foundation for the extraordinary philanthropy that he and the organization has shown to Karmanos and the metro Detroit community as a whole. The Partners’ two events – the Partners Golf Classic, held in August and Partners Night, held in September – raised nearly $700,000 for Karmanos. The Made In Detroit T-shirts feature the iconic ‘Rosie the Riveter’ character sporting a pink tattoo, Made In Detroit pin and speaking the highly-memorable phrase, “We Can Do It!” At the bottom is the charge, “Let’s go to work to find a cure.” “We are thrilled with the contribution that Made In Detroit has so generously provided to breast cancer research at Karmanos,” said Nick Karmanos, senior vice president of Institutional Relations at Karmanos Cancer Institute. “Though Kid Rock has achieved international fame, it’s wonderful to see that his roots are still firmly planted in Detroit and that he truly cares about the health and well-being of the citizens of his home town. We thank him and Made In Detroit for this support.” Made In Detroit’s Rosie the Riveter T-shirts can still be purchased by clicking