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Friendship Circle Paint4Friendship
From Bassie Shemtov, Lifetown Director: On behalf of our 3,000 families with special needs, our 900 volunteers, the staff & supporters... THANK YOU! Time Team not only arrived early, but they arrived with a contagious spirit of giving. They eagerly swiped up the volunteer assignments, asked smart questions and sprang right to work. Their willingness to lose the "me" and become a "we" was so inspiring! After the event, I even caught three volunteers vacuuming our Volunteer Lounge!! They were professional, eager and willing to put themselves out there to ensure our families enjoyed themselves. Time Team is a great project with an inspiring vision that truly came to life at our event! Thank you so much for volunteering at Paint4Friendship. Because of your willingness to help, we are now able to tell thousands of people about our upcoming Walk4Friendship. And that impact will make a world of difference for our kids! P.S. Please send this to all of the Time Team volunteers!

Friendship Circle Paint4Friendship

 

Camp Wathana Summer Clean-up
On July 25, 2009, Mojo in the Morning and volunteers worked together to beautify the grounds and exterior of Camp Fire USA's Camp Wathana facility in Holly, MI. Camp Fire USA has remained steadfast in its commitment and mission to help youth of all backgrounds develop positive self-esteem, self-confidence and leadership skills, while evolving with the changing needs of the community.

 

Vista Maria Campus Beautification
On June 20, 2009, volunteers joined Mojo and Spike and worked on beautifying the campus of Vista Maria, which serves children from Southeast Michigan, helping them overcome past hardships and recover from histories of abuse, neglect and other traumas. The volunteers painted and then enjoyed pizza with the girls afterward.

 

O.A.T.S. Disabled Horseback Riding Assistance
On June 6, 2009, 80 volunteers worked with O.A.T.S. special riders and their horses leading or sidewalking, painting fences and the indoor arena, assisting with minor repairs, cleaning saddles and bridles and picking up the lawn in the play area.

 

Looking For My Sister Spring Clean-Up
Volunteers joined Rachel at Looking For My Sister. The organization's vision is to be a catalyst in establishing  communities where women are protected, life is esteemed, home is sacred,  fear is unknown, and domestic violence is unthinkable. Looking For My Sister is a leader in the fight against domestic violence. Volunteers helped with the Spring clean-up outdoors and other necessary projects.

 

Baldwin Center Soup Kitchen
On May 16, 2009, volunteers joined Spike at The Baldwin Center in Pontiac. Together, they helped prepare and serve meals in the Baldwin Family Soup Kitchen, providing a well-balanced meal to 300-350 people.

 

Hope Closet Prom Dress Distribution
90 volunteers joined Mojo in the Morning on May 2, 2009 to provide young women with the opportunity to attend special High School events with a dress of their choice regardless of financial constraints or limitations. They helped transport dresses, set-up/tear-down dresses, serve as personal shoppers, act as receptionists and clean up at the end of the day.

 

Maybury Elementary School Makeover
On April 25, 2009, 125 volunteers joined Mojo in the Morning to beautify Maybury Elementary School. They picked up litter, swept the walkways, raked and bagged leaves, dug out concrete and rail ties, shoveled lots of mulch and dirt, planted flowers and bushes, painted doors and over graffiti, and the fence around the perimeter, cleaned inside classrooms, bathrooms, hallways, and the cafeteria.

 

Race For The Cure
Each year, Mojo in the Morning helps the crowd get pumped for Race For the Cure at Comerica Park. It's all benefiting breast cancer research and awareness!

 

Bras For a Cause
October is breast cancer awareness month, and Vince & Joe Lucido from Lucido Fine Jewelry put up a $5,000 challenge to see how many bras Mojo could collect in order to raise awareness for breast cancer! Well, with YOUR help we collected 7,000+ bras... and we're still getting more donations! We wanted to show-off all the bras, so we hung them from an overpass for everyone to see! Check it out..

 

Habitat For Humanity
Mojo & Bon Jovi kicked off Habitat For Humanity.

 

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