You're invited! Heidelberg Project Tour and Q&A with Dr. Tyree Guyton
45 minute tour of The Heidelberg Project and Q&A with Heidelberg creator, internationally acclaimed artist Dr. Tyree Guyton.  Lunch and drinks at our location in the historic Julian C. Madison building will follow the tour, and we'll view the short film "Come Unto Me", which tells the story of Tyree's struggle to create art from inner city rubble, even as he faces heated opposition from community and city council members who see it only as junk.  Special Heidelberg Project merchandise will be available.  Tickets are $30 for adults and $15 for children 14 and under.
All proceeds from this special event benefit Eastside Community Network, a non-profit organization providing lasting, positive change in Detroit's Lower Eastside through resident engagement, multi-sector collaborations, advocacy, leadership development and innovative approaches to land development.

Detroit Compost Training

Detroit Community Compost is a training program for inner city young people. Detroit community Compost's target audience are between the ages of 16 and 24 years old that are not in school nor currently employed. The  Detroit Community Compost training is supported by up of local residents, community leaders and organizers, and business owners. We are all working to improve the quality of life for the residents and the children in these poverty stricken communities. By working together to we are able to help each other achieve different goal's for a common cause.

In the United States, only 6% of children born in low-income families will make it to the top of the income ladder.  There are one in seven young adults ages 16-24 who are not in school or working-totaling 5.5 million "disconnected youth." According to the Opportunity Nation Index 2016 

Your donation will assist in making this pilot program a successful, you will also assist in keep things out of the landfills and increase environmental quality, for local residents in the Chandler Park Area.

Your donation will also increase knowledge base for job readiness and building a connection between community residents. I would just like to Thank each and everyone of you now for allow this to happen in the City of Detroit, and contributing to pouring something positive into a young person's life.
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