Impact Detroit Network

Blight Bootcamp 2018: Building Restorative Communities

Join Impact Detroit and its partners for a day of presentations, workshops and resource sharing focused on the importance of restorative communities and how they relate to blight elimination in our communities and the Detroit Future City Strategic Framework. Get Your Free Tickets Here KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, MD


Hope Starts Here Community Conversations

You can download the electronic version of the Hope Starts Here framework to learn more. Meeting location summary: Eastside: Saturday, December 2, 2017 9:00 am to 11:00 am at Ford Research and Engagement Center 15491 Maddelein St. Detroit, MI 48205 Southwest: Tuesday, December 12, 2017 9:00 am


Family Fun Days

Michigan Environmental Council/Denby Neighborhood Alliance Skinner Playfield- June 17th 12800 Kelly Rd, Detroit, MI 48224 Great Start Collaborative Fellowship Chapel - June 21st 7707 Outer Dr W, Detroit, MI 48235 Black Family Development, Inc. Osborn High School- June 16th 11600 E. 7 Mile Road Detroit, MI 48205 Bishop Tony

Community Innovation

Community Innovation Mini-Grant Winners

2017 was another year in which Impact Detroit received many outstanding applications and projects taking place around the city. It is truly encouraging to know how many people are dedicated to and working towards a healthier and happier city for our children. Thanks to the generous support of Detroit Future


Blight Bootcamp 2017

Transforming neighborhoods: moving from blight to beauty for our children This year, Impact Detroit has joined forces with the Hope Starts Here initiative to focus on community participation in the field of early childhood. Children and Youth of all ages are welcome! Get Your Free Tickets Here Our annual Blight

Community Innovation

Community Innovation Mini-Grant Opportunity

Building Better Neighborhoods for our Children Impact Detroit, in partnership with Detroit Future City, Hope Starts Here, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, is pleased to announce a new project funding opportunity. This process will award mini-grants ranging from $500 to $2,500 each to approximately 6-12 Detroit, Highland Park,

Community Innovation Fund

New Beginnings Garden

Activities Heritage Works created New Beginnings, a community garden project on a vacant lot (2825 17th Street) that was farmed and maintained through a partnership with residents of Freedom House Detroit and youth from the Heritage Works Youth Ensemble. Freedom House Detroit is a temporary home for indigent survivors of