Kids Kicking Cancer is an organization that empowers kids to heal physically, spiritually and emotionally through martial arts.
As most 13-year-olds prepare to head back to school this year, Kennedy Evans was preparing for the fight of her life.
In honor of National Suicide Prevention Week, a Michigan-based singer has released a song to remind us all that we're all going through something.
Allowing young patients to "drive" themselves to surgery can help reduce anxiety and add levity to the situation.
Wish Upon a Teen's Design My Room Program helps lift the spirits of teens who are in the hospital long term.
Despite huge efforts to stop it, there's still stigma for some when it comes to living with mental illness. But recognizing the problem and asking for help can truly change your life.
Danny's Miracle Angel Network is once again helping make dreams come true by offering those in a wheelchair an opportunity to enjoy the Woodward Dream Cruise.
Fighting for others when you are in the fight for your own life
A former Detroit Tigers All Star is back in Michigan, raising money for a charity that's near and dear to our hearts.
Larry Kalosa is a cancer survivor, avid runner and volunteer.
The CATCH Charity helps kids with mental illness and keeps them from falling through the cracks. Dedicated to improving the quality of life for pediatric patients, the group receives special fundraising through activities and a board-designated endowment fund.
Tom Kowalski brought jot to many in the sports world and around metro Detroit for years.
A 13-year-old girl from New Haven has been named one of the top youth volunteers in Michigan.
Experts will be at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak this week trying to break down barriers of mental illinesses that impact so many people in metro Detroit.
Executive Director of Operation Refuge, Velma Jean Overman, joined us this morning to talk about the nonprofit and their upcoming STEAM camp for young girls of color. Watch in the video player above.
This weekend, Runco Waste Industries is helping Elevate Detroit, a non-profit organization who hosts free weekly BBQ's for the homeless and food challenged year-round, spruce up their gathering site on May 18, 2019! And Happy's Pizza is chipping in.
The Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation is bringing together advocates, service providers and health professionals to support the well-being of Michigan's children.
The Project Scissor Gait Foundation educates, promotes, and provides research and funding opportunities for those dealing with multiple congenital deformities.
A local Eagle scout candidate is working to make sure every child can explore the magic of reading.
Hundreds of classic and spectacular cars will be on display this weekend at the Lingenfelter Collection to help raise money for the American Cancer Society.