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OUR FEATURED EVENTS
TPC CHARITY CLASSIC
September, 22nd 2022
ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF HOPE
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit annually hosts a community-wide celebration of Black History Month called its Festival of Hope. This event is a multi-cultural fellowship and celebration of love and light. Each year a theme is selected to highlight an area of social and emotional awareness and to facilitate scholars, their families, and community supporters joining together to meet current community needs.
The Detroit Boys Hope Girls Hope Invitational
TPC Charity Classic
September 22, 2022
Ford Exterior Golf Tournament
June 20, 2022
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit In The News
“Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit is nurturing urban youth”| Rolling Out | February 16, 2020
“Street Beat: Helping Hand” | CW Detroit 50 | Novmber 1, 2019
“Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit Rebuilds to Make a Brighter Future for Children” | WDIV Detroit | September 12, 2019
“Boys Hope Girls Hope of Detroit Appoints New Executive Director” | Crain’s Detroit Business | September 17, 2017
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STORIES OF HOPE
At the beginning of high school, Michaiah Williams was a “quiet, shy, and reserved” young lady – a far cry from who she is now. Today Michaiah is a senior at Detroit Edison Public School Academy of Excellence and one of our most outstanding academy scholars. Her...
Aaron McCloud is a graduating senior at Loyola High School. He has been in the program since 2019. Aaron just took 2nd place in the Detroit Pistons writing contest and has been awarded a $20,000 scholarship! He plans to put the winnings towards Columbia College...