Thank You for Helping!
Take one corporation, a locally-owned business, a community organization, and countless individuals, and what do you get? In our case, the result was a very successful 2014 school clothing drive for metro Detroit-area foster children and teens. Troy-based Meritor raised more than $3,400 during their September Jeans Day. Kid’s Planet Resale of Royal Oak collected […]Read More
She Gives Her Time, Her Money and Her Passion — and Starting This Month She’ll be Blogging About “Our” Foster Children For The Seventh Generation lets me ask what our foster children want, and by doing that it helps me extend my motherhood. Elyse Heidelbaugh of Berkley has been an FTSG donor and volunteer for […]Read More
One Crib, and Two Foster Children’s Lives are Changed… I have always … truly believe[ed] that if a small gesture of kindness or opportunity is given to someone, it has the potential to multiply into great things. I hope that this crib is just the start of good things to come — for both the […]Read More
Near the end of May, FTSG’s Shirley Roseman received an urgent email about a young man in foster care who needed a new pair of glasses. The problem? Thomas Robertson has a light-sensitivity problem, and Medicaid doesn’t reimburse for the transition lenses he needs. Not only that, but Thomas will be “aging out” of the […]Read More
Large Donation of Designer Clothing and Accessories Supports Our Spring/Summer Foster Teen Clothing Drive When Mary Snell read about our Spring/Summer Foster Teen Clothing Drive in Metro Parent Magazine, she and her congregation began collecting spring and summer clothing for Detroit-area foster teens. On Tuesday, May 20, Mary — who serves as the Minister of […]Read More
It was a brisk, cold April day outside, but inside there was nothing but warm, welcoming smiles for the first group of metro Detroit foster children and teens to be seen by a new program courtesy of the University of Detroit Mercy’s Orthodontics program, the Detroit Department of Human Services and For The Seventh Generation. […]Read More
Over this past winter For The Seventh Generation’s Help Closet Coordinator, Shirley Roseman, put out a call for beds and bedding for several metro Detroit-are foster children and families. Our Help Closet is relatively new, having just opened within the past year, so we’re still building partnerships and putting ourselves on the map of potential […]Read More
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