It takes just 21 days to form a habit, and the most influential habits are formed before the age of 21.
This is the inspiration behind this week’s Client Spotlight. Building Twentyone is on a youth-driven center focused on building character, trust, hope, potential, and influence in students before age 21. […]
This week’s Client Spotlight is on a non-profit agency whose mission is to build strength, stability, self-reliance, and shelter for families in need.
Fetema and Salah, recent Habitat Capital Region recipients, share their story of relocating from Iraq to the U.S. – and the hardships they faced financially, leading to harsh living conditions. Habitat Capital Region is stepping in to help them have a better life by building them a new home to […]
This week’s Client Spotlight is on a non-profit agency that provides many sparks of hope to homeless, vulnerable and at-risk children and families in the mid-Michigan community
We sat down with Asjley Ayala, Program Coordinator for Child and Family Charities and several other members to learn about all of the programs and opportunities offered through their organization that help improve the lives of youths and families in need.
Watch the full video to discover all of their inspiring efforts.
This week’s Client Spotlight is on Helping Women Period, a non-profit organization that provides menstrual products to homeless and low income people in mid-Michigan. With the help of generous volunteers throughout the community, Helping Women Period distributes over 500,000 menstrual products annually to those in need.
Hear more about how this inspiring non-profit is helping break down the difficult barriers of receiving femeinie hygiene products.
This week’s Client Spotlight is on Michigan Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), an non-profit organization that is dedicated to ending the cycle of child abuse and neglect, one child at a time.
The UnoDeuce team was fortunate enough to sit down with Becky Carson, CASA Executive Director to discuss the CASA Campaign to Care, which trains volunteers throughout the community to advocate for the needs of children in the court system. The ultimate goal is to ensure they end up in the most safe and loving home.
This week’s Client Spotlight is on the ELCA Network and its headline event: Extravaganza 2022! The ELCA Youth Ministry Network works to strengthen and empower adult leaders of children, youth, and family ministry in service to Christ.
And, while we might be biased, what better way to build anticipation for a big event than with a hype video?!
As you watch our video in this week’s client spotlight, here’s a look at how the ECLA Network describes the annual gathering:
“It is so much more than a conference: it’s space to be stretched, it’s worship, it’s inspiring speakers, it’s […]
This week’s Client Spotlight is on Rooted Real Estate: the Adriane Lau Team. The world may have taken a pause this past year, but home buyers and sellers kept moving – and so did their agents! We sat down with Adriane Lau, RE/MAX Team leader Associate Broker, to discuss the specific measures they took throughout the pandemic to ensure a seamless home buying and selling process – with a strong emphasis on teamwork.
The pandemic allowed her team of real estate agents to push the boundaries of technology, leading to sizable savings for their […]
This week’s Client Spotlight is on Ingham Community Health Centers, a not-for-profit organization that provides high quality, easily accessible services that its residents value. We sat down with Ronald Charles, Medical Director at Ingham Community Health Centers, to discuss how important it is – more than ever before – to get the flu vaccine this year.
“The symptoms from COVID-19 can be very similar to symptoms of the flu… causing a delay in diagnosis and treatment. You definitely want to eliminate the possibility of the flu.”
This week’s Client Spotlight is on Tri-County Office on Aging, a not-for-profit organization that helps older adults access programs and benefits, improve their health, and remain active in their communities. We were fortunate enough to capture Garrett, a Tri-County member, as he spoke about his uplifting experience with the organization:
“I have just about exactly what I need right here now – housekeeping, Meals on Wheels, regular visits from nice people… It’s a solution for a person in my spot. A true solution – and that’s a rare thing indeed.”