For 15 years, Motown Soup has been working to end homelessness across Michigan.
Ed Steele, with United Veterans of Michigan, has been helping others for almost a decade.
Youth hostels are something that can be found all over Europe, they offer a cheap option for tourists to stay.
Mitch Albom shares how Quick Ramps for Kids and United Cerebral Palsy of Metro Detroit are making a difference in the Heart of Detroit.
A bag full of necessities is spreading hope to the community. Here's how.
Sometimes a tragedy can lead to something wonderful and for one local woman it did.
Sometimes all it takes is one moment that will change your life forever and for a man in Detroit, that's exactly what happened. Award-winning author Mitch Albom shows us ...
Mary and Charles A. Parkhill turned their tragedy into the Mary and Charles A. Parkhill foundation with a mission to help others.
They work hard, cleaning up parts of the city but once you meet these men and women who participate in the Better WAY program, you may be surprised to hear their stories.
How one woman is helping dogs and kids to do better in the heart of Detroit.
How one woman is using her house as an international gathering place in the D
The amazing work of one woman who is using the stage to help local kids chase their dreams.
How one woman is taking all of those plastic grocery bags and turning them into something that's making a difference in the D
A child in Metro Detroit has changed the lives of many all thanks to one suggestion
The lesson on the ice that's translating into real life lessons for girls in the D
See how this young mother is providing support and empowerment resources to young mothers in Detroit.
Allison Key tells us about the Michigan Glass Project.
There is a local veteran using his brain and his bike to help spread a positive message in the city.
Detroit nurse navigator Joey Sheroski makes sure patients get more than just medical treatment.
Emily Karolski is here to talk about how to care for cats.
Carol Hofgartner creates a new generation of artists through Art Road Detroit.
Bernita Bradley and Enroll Detroit are making education more accessible to kids in Detroit.
Photojournalist Mitch Albom brings us a Heart of Detroit story about, Rodd Monts and Larry Gardner, who are on a mission to share stories of the residents in Detroit.
Kara and Andy Yermak use their personal loss to change misconceptions about children with Downs Syndrome.
Video journalist Mitch Albom brings us a story about Bob Singh, who is the founder of Abscott Institute.
What happens when you put more than 100 women in a single room? You get a brilliantly simple way to raise money for local charities.
Detroit is being transformed. The art scene, the food scene and now the literary scene, thanks to the efforts of local journalist Anna Clark.
After-school programs are popping up all over metro Detroit, but there is one program that has a unique location.
It can be seen waving on public buildings and private homes. It can be seen immortalized in times of war. The American Flag means many things.
A Detroit acting teacher is using his talents to help train the next generation, but what he's teaching goes far beyond the stage.
Rachelle Vartanian was a special education teacher for 20 years, but her knowledge of children with special needs was tested when a diagnosis hit her family.
Michelle Smart started Bags to Butterflies in an effort to offer resources to help better the lives of female ex-offenders, and women in general.
Ashley Goldberg takes pride in movement, something that was very difficult for her as a child.
Celebrating the little things in life is a motto that Brandi Keeler lives by, and what better way to celebrate life's personal victories than with a toast?
Knowing numbers, letters and colors are things that many children with autism excel at, but the social aspect of school is much more difficult.
Rhonda Harvell could be called a giving spirit. As a former restaurant owner, Harvell spent years serving customers delicious food, but she is cooking for a new crowd.
Have you ever been walking down the street and see something out of the corner of your eye and wonder, "What is that?" Well, these days in Detroit, you can thank local ar...
Music makes you move. It can tell a story or broaden your mind, which is one thing that Damien Crutcher understands very well.
Trendy designers like using reclaimed materials but two Detroiters are doing even more -- salvaging lumber from Detroit's abandoned homes and turning eyesores into custom...
Tutoring program Bound Together meets three days a week and caters to "at risk" students in Oakland County in first through sixth grades.