In honor of Martin Luther King Day, students at University Liggett School in Grosse Pointe Woods, prepared lunches and made up hygiene bags for us to distribute to the men and women on our deliveries.
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We were interviewed by Mitch Albom for his show The Heart of Detroit airing Thursdays during Local 4 News (WDIV-Detroit) at 5 p.m. The Heart of Detroit shares inspiring stories of metro Detroiters who make others less hungry, less troubled, less impoverished or just a little happier.
With the assistance of Southwest Solutions, we helped place one more person into permanent housing.
CBS Radio Detroit – WWJ- 950 AM, WXYT- 97.1 FM & WDZH- 98.7 FM has selected Heart 2 Hart Detroit as their Charity Of The Month, Nov 1- Nov 22
Heart 2 Hart Detroit received our 501(c) (3) status from the Internal Revenue Service. We are now classified as a public charity. All donations are tax deductible.
DEADLINE DETROIT | August 3rd, 2013, 5:39 PM Mark Jacobs, an attorney and longtime community activist, is involved in nonprofit work and is chairman of Heart 2 Hart Detroit, a nonprofit organization committed to feeding and clothing Detroit’s homeless population. By Mark Jacobs Mark Jacobs, an attorney and longtime community activist, is involved in nonprofit […]
TERRY FOSTER’S BLOG | AUGUST 1, 2013 by Terry Foster Detroit — His name is Eric and he wore a sport jacket and neck tie Wednesday. His new attire symbolizes the transition in his life. Eric and other homeless came to meet the good folks at Heart 2 Hart Detroit, a group of area folks […]
DEADLINE DETROIT | June 3rd, 2013, 8:45 AM By Mark Jacobs Detroit teeters on the brink of bankruptcy, but that hasn’t stopped self-proclaimed experts from laying out big bold visions for the city’s turnaround. Mayoral candidates, business leaders and policy wonks on Mackinac Island are all quick to expound on how Detroit can once […]
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS | March 21st, 2013 By Lori Dube When Larry Oleinick, the founder of Heart 2 Hart Detroit (H2HD), handed out his first package of food to a homeless man in Detroit’s Hart Plaza this past summer, it didn’t just feel right; it also felt familiar. Back in the 1970s and 1980s […]