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A Time to Help

A Time To Help was established in 1997 as a means of galvanizing the people of Detroit to volunteer on a regular basis. A Time To Help has staged more than 100 monthly projects ranging from building houses, delivering meals, beautifying city streets, running adoption fairs, repairing homeless shelters, packing food, and hosting an annual Christmas party to a shelter for battered women.  

Albom and radio co-host Ken Brown lead each project and try to use the group as a catalyst to increase volunteerism Volunteers should be at least 18 years old, although 16 and 17 year old youth may come if accompanied by one adult supervisor for every four youths.     

A Message from Mitch Albom: ATTENTION ALL NEW AND PREVIOUS VOLUNTEERS FOR TIME TO HELP

Now in its 16th year, A Time To Help is proud to continue our tradition of volunteer projects across metro Detroit. Please note our new phone number 313-309-5800 and new email, time.to.help.email@gmail.com. You can contact us through any of these to let us know you are coming to a project. We continue to plan challenging and satisfying monthly endeavors and look forward to having you join us. Our thanks for the many years of productive partnership with Volunteer Impact and all the good that organization has done for our area.

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S.A.Y. Detroit (which stands for Super All Year Detroit) is a fully formed 501(c) (3) charity and operates as an umbrella organization for charities dedicating to improving the lives of the neediest, including A Time to Help, S.A.Y. Detroit Family Health Clinic, and A Hole in the Roof Foundation.

To view photos and more updated from A Time to Help, please visit www.atimetohelp.org.

Upcoming "A Time to Help" Event:

Upcoming "A Time to Help" Event:

Cass Community Social Services is a non-profit organization that fights poverty and creates opportunities through their programs dealing with housing, food, health services and jobs.  Their Cass Green Industries program recycles illegally dumped tires into mud mats and sandals (Detroit Treads).  Twelve formerly homeless are employed by the program.

Date:   November 8, 2014

Time:   1:00 – 4:00 pm

Project scope:   Major task will focus on making mud mats from tires collected from Detroit neighborhood vacant lots which were dumped illegally.  CCSS generates ‘green’ electricity through exercise bikes at their Green Industries complex and volunteers are welcomed to ride stationery bikes.

Note:  Any volunteer under age 12 must have direct adult supervision for safety.

Location: Green Industries, 12025 Woodrow Wilson (NW corner of Woodrow Wilson & Elmhurst), Detroit, MI  48206  |  Map

Parking:  Street or parking lot at main building of Cass Community Social Services at 11850 Woodrow Wilson (sound horn to get access)

Questions: Email time.to.help.email@gmail.com or call (313) 309-5800

Sign up at www.atimetohelp.org

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Time to Help at Gleaners 3.22.14



Time to Help at Gleaners 3.22.14


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A Time to Help Photobook



A Time to Help Photobook


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