Consumers learned about German-American artist Peter Max and wanted to send some "love" inspired by his original painting.
As a Good Down There Ambassador, NSO is distributing screening kits and educational materials. Kit distribution focuses on African American/Black people, 45 years of age or older.
NSO was recently part of “Pandemic Perspectives”.
This virtual panel discussion hosted by PPE4ALL centered around our work within the communities we serve and how the pandemic may have impacted our work along with the challenges we faced and continue to battle. NSO was joined by Beans Café in Alaska.
The Race is over but the cause is not. We are still raising funds to meet our goal until the end of September. Any donation $35 or over will receive a shirt. Donate at https://donate.nso-mi.org/campaigns/18251-2021-virtual-handlebars-for-the-homeless-feeding-the-homeless
We are excited to announce that NSO recently received donations from two local bike shops for raffle prizes for NSO’s Handlebars for the Homeless fundraiser! Rick from Bikes, Blades and Boards, and Shayne from Metropolis Cycles Bike Shop & Repair have each donate a bicycle helmet that NSO will raffle off during Handlebars for the Homeless festivities. These are exciting new partnerships that will benefit the organization greatly. Thank you to Rick and Shayne.
Detroit at Work distributed laptops to Detroit Healthy Housing Center clients that are looking to find work. NSO submitted seven clients for the program, but when Detroit a Work’s mobile computer lab arrived, they were willing to help any other clients that were interested even if they had not signed up for the program previously.
Consumer drew pictures of Bengal Tigers that symbolize willpower, boldness, courage, energy, confidence, and perseverance as well as being a mirror of inner aggression.
Robert Bollinger, CEO of Bollinger Motors and NSO Donor recently visited the Clay Apartments which opened last October. NSO’s CEO Linda Little guided him on a tour of the 42-unit Permanent Supportive Housing Facility which is now home for formally homeless clients. The facility has a community room with a kitchen, computer lab, library, workout room, and laundry facility among other amenities. Clients also receive intensive case management and wraparound services to address any needs.