Metro West Chapter of Credit Unions Announces Grants Totaling $18,000 to Local Charities
The Metro West Chapter of Credit Unions has announced grants totaling $18,000 to be awarded to 13 local non-profit organizations. Since 2005, the chapter has used funds raised through its annual charity golf outing to award more than $175,000 to local organizations.
This year’s top $2,500 award recipients are Pro-Literacy Detroit, Detroit Cristo Rey High School, and Journey to Housing Program of St. Vincent de Paul. These organizations will be recognized at the Chapter’s Annual Charity Golf Outing at the Northville Hills Golf Club on Thursday, Aug. 18.
Other grant winners include 100 Black Men of Greater Detroit, The NOAH Project, Community Action Network, Mercy Education Project, St. Michael Lutheran Church-Swaddling Clothes Project, Partnership for the Arts & Humanities, Building Assets to Strengthen Society (B.A.S.S.), Taylor Conservatory Foundation, Living Arts and Elizabeth Fagan-Ladies Ancient Order of Hiberians.
“There are so many deserving organizations that help our communities in the areas of education and literacy, homelessness, youth services, hunger, and neighborhood development,” said Carrie Williams, strategic liaison and project manager for the University of Michigan Credit Union and Metro West Chapter charity grants committee chair. “The chapter is proud to award these grants and excited to play a part in helping people in need throughout Wayne and Washtenaw counties.”Go to main navigation