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Meet the Role Model: Attorney and Writer Deborah LaBelle

Meet Deborah LaBelle, another one of our 2018 Role Models. Deborah is an attorney and writer whose advocacy focuses on the human rights of people in detention, the intersection of race and gender, and the rights of children in the criminal justice and education systems in the United States. In addition to her private practice,…

Meet the Role Model: Comerica Bank’s Monica L. Martinez

Meet Monica L. Martinez, our third 2018 Role Model. Monica is Senior Vice President of External Affairs for Comerica Bank, which includes the dual roles of managing the corporate contributions function for the Michigan market as well as overseeing all aspects of the bank’s involvement of Hispanic Business Development nationally. Monica oversees charitable contributions budgets…

November Volunteer Spotlight: AFG’s Volunteer Department spotlights volunteers who have gone above and beyond

Each month, Alternatives For Girls’ Volunteer Department, highlights volunteers who go above and beyond. In November, the volunteers of AFG’s Sew Great Detroit program were selected for their hard work on one of the program’s largest orders yet! On November 13th, Sew Great Detroit delivered 175 beautifully handmade canvas totes to the German Marshall Fund’s BUILD Conference. The German Marshall Fund is a…

Alternatives For Girls Named Crain’s Detroit 2017 Best Managed Nonprofit

We are honored to announce that today, Alternatives For Girls was named the “Crain’s Detroit 2017 Best Managed Nonprofit”. Generous support from our donors and volunteers makes a difference for homeless and high-risk girls and young women every day, and we are committed to continuing to manage these donations for the greatest possible impact. This…

Alternatives For Girls’ Celia Thomas to Participate in Detroit Regional Chamber’s Leadership Detroit Class XXXIX 

Celia Thomas, Chief Operating Officer of Alternatives For Girls, has been selected to participate in the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Leadership Detroit program, a 10-month transformational leadership program designed to challenge emerging and existing community leaders from Southeast Michigan to bring about positive change. Alternatives For Girls received a grant from the Knight Foundation Fund of the…

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