Every month, Giroux Pappas will choose a different charity and donate $1,000 to support their mission.

WE STAND WITH OUR COMMUNITY

Our team meets daily with individuals who have experienced unimaginable tragedies and are left in vulnerable positions. We want to lift up those in our community who are needlessly suffering.

OUR COMMITMENT TO DO MORE

Many groups are already making a difference in our community – and we want to help. We are donating to non profit organizations that deliver immediate aid to disadvantaged individuals and groups. Each chosen charity will be carefully researched to ensure our proceeds are going directly to those in need. Is there a cause close to your heart or a group you see positively impacting people who are struggling? Help us promote their work.

“Our duty to help people extends far beyond the walls of the courtroom. People are facing immeasurable hardships in our communities and we need to show up for them in more ways than one.”

– Bob Giroux

How to Nominate

Submit your nominations by e-mail to [email protected]. Please provide a 100 word explanation of the impact this charity has had on you or the community and why you believe we should contribute to their cause.

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Nonprofit of the month

January CARE of Southeastern Michigan

CARE of Southeastern Michigan

Since 1977, CARE of Southeastern Michigan has been a leader in substance use prevention and recovery services in Macomb County. An accredited and award-winning behavioral health nonprofit rooted in the community; CARE provides real-life solutions from early childhood to adulthood so we can live healthier lives. CARE is dedicated to the whole person, connecting struggling individuals, their families, and other loved ones to resources and opportunity that will change their lives for the better.

Click Here to learn more or to donate.

DecemberVista Maria Michigan

Vista Maria Michigan

Vista Maria fosters restorative relationships and delivers innovative care, treatment, and education so that vulnerable youth and families believe in their worth, heal and build the skills for success. Their vision is that all children, families, and communities achieve success through continuous learning and relationships that promote personal, professional and family well-being. They provide mental health services, foster care and adoption, independent living, and secure care for the survivors of human trafficking, plus education, after school care and advocacy for the welfare of children. Learn more about specific services and how they help in Michigan.

Click here to learn more or to donate.

NovemberCovenant House Michigan

Covenant House Michigan

Covenant House Michigan (CHM) provides youth facing homelessness with shelter, educational and vocational programs. We build a bridge to hope for young people facing homelessness and survivors of trafficking through unconditional love, absolute respect and relentless support. Our doors are open 24/7 and our programs are designed to empower young people to rise and overcome adversity, today and in the future.

Click here to learn more or donate.

OctoberShades of Pink Foundation

Shades of Pink Foundation

The Shades of Pink Foundation, a nonprofit organization in Michigan, is committed to helping individuals cover these expenses. Since their founding, Shades of Pink Foundation has offered temporary financial assistance to individuals in Southeast Michigan (Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties) who are undergoing breast cancer treatment.

Click here to learn more or to donate.

SeptemberTherapeutic Riding, Inc.

Therapeutic Riding, Inc.

Therapeutic Riding, Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Focusing on children and adults with disabilities, they provide adaptive horsemanship, para-equestrian dressage, and equestrian sports training. Their mix of mounted and ground activities allow participants to learn important skills, connect with others, and work with horses using the same goals and benchmarks as for riders without disability. TRI offers Discovery Day events that provide a sneak peek of training activities. They also offer Para-Dressage, led by USEF-certified coaches, for those riders that seek a competitive track.

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