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Welcome New Board Members

Hope Happenings MW-HAT has been so fortunate to welcome new board members that each bring an insurmountable amount of insight and talent. Let us introduce them… Daniel Russell Hope Against Trafficking board member Daniel Russell, Sr Vice President, DEM Group LLC “Set...

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Deloitte’s Impact Day

Hope Happenings MW-HAT has been chosen as a non-profit for Deloitte’s company’s volunteers to make a difference.  These volunteers will build a community garden, a garden that offers a place for the community to come and support one another, garnering...

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Dell/EMC’s Volunteer Work Day

Hope Happenings MW–HAT has been chosen as the very privileged partner for a volunteer project with Dell/EMC. The volunteers coming in will focus on building a vegetable and herb garden that will be a therapeutic component for survivors, both in gardening and...

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Dine for A Cause, Red Crown

Hope Happenings MW-HAT is proud of the partnerships we have built with local restaurants, like Red Crown, who not only support our cause but are willing to give a portion of their proceeds for one evening to benefit MW-HAT. These opportunities give us a chance to...

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Leadership Oakland Day of Service

Hope Happenings One of our of Board of Directors, Barb Rausch, brilliantly cultivated not only a collaborative partnership with Leadership Oakland, but has taken this partnership to the next level. We hosted 55 people from Leadership Oakland on the 20th May for a day...

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Women In Defense, Human Trafficking Panel Discussion

Hope Happenings MW-HAT was asked to be part of a distinguished panel for Women in Defense discussing human trafficking and how it is being addressed at the political, judiciary, corporate and non-profit levels. We must say, during the Q&A, we were quite impressed...

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Make Our House a Home: Sherwood Brewing & Justin Bright

Hope Happenings MW-HAT has been beyond privileged to expand our network of partners who push us to make things happen and are willing to give their insight and expertise to make this happen. Justin Bright is one of those individuals, along with people like Shawn...

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With us From the Beginning: Woodside Bible Church

Hope Happenings Woodside Bible Church has been a true beacon of light, standing alongside MW-HAT in our concerted effort to bring an end to human trafficking since our inception in 2013. They brought us in as a local non-profit organization to help us raise...

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Catalyzing Corporate Engagement: Google with Benevity

Hope Happenings Google teamed with Benevity, a unique breed of for-profit companies with a social mission that is ‘doing well by doing good.’ It is something bigger than just giving, but empowering their people to support causes that make a difference. MW-HAT...

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Dine for a Cause: KouZina and The Bird & The Bread

Hope Happenings In partnership with GroupRaise, MW-HAT partnered with several local restaurants to host ‘Dine for a Cause.’ Our first was with KouZina, a brilliant Greek street food restaurant in Royal Oak. Not only did we raise awareness around human...

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Energizing and Reinvigorating: Dell EMC

Hope Happenings January 2017 kicked off the beginning of a very exciting partnership with Dell EMC. With enthusiastic teams at both Dell EMC and MW-HAT, we are working together to cultivate an evolving relationship that will look to energize and invigorate our...

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Getting Fit and Raising Awareness: CrossFit

Hope Happenings Our President, Hannah McPeak, spearheaded this cause in 2016 and due to its success, she expanded this fundraising event to several local Detroit CrossFit locations. She engaged with local CrossFit gym owners and coaches to develop a WOD (workout of...

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Pontiac, MI 48343

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Thank you for your generous support. You make it possible for us to bring
life-saving restoration to individuals affected by human trafficking in the Detroit area.

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