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Detroit Creative Planners for Community Events

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ORGANIZATION: Central Woodward Community Partnership

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.

Previous experience in planning community events in large cities is necessary. Volunteer must have time and capability to meet in person with Board members and staff, as needed.

Events will include: Outdoor activities for all ages. Must be able to set an event schedule, contact vendors, organize flyer distribution and work with everyone to publicize all events and activities. Must be able to meet deadlines, coordinate activities with everyone's schedule, and multitask.

Creative--Hard working--Personable--Flexible--Community minded

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About Central Woodward Community Partnership

Location:

20426 Lichfield Rd, Detroit, MI 48221, US

Mission Statement

To build a safe, robust and culturally progressive intersection of neighborhoods throughout Central Woodward and North End for underserved and marginalized residents.

Description

The Central Woodward Community Partnership has invested over 100 years collectively into the Detroit community working to build and serve its residents. Bringing the combined experience of corporate, education, mental health, nutrition, environmental sustainability, human resource and grassroots community development, our sole purpose is for the health and equitable treatment of the residents within this community.

Central Woodward Community Partnership is a nonprofit organization serving the Detroit community by engaging residents and addressing health, education (literacy), housing and financial inequities; and offering a space to receive resources, services, and education.

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
Community
Race & Ethnicity
Arts & Culture, Community, Race & Ethnicity

WHEN

Sun May 29, 2022 - Sat Aug 27, 2022

WHERE

9850 Rosa Parks BoulevardDetroit, MI 48206

(42.38197,-83.10296)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • 5+ hours for an event

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