Join Michael in support of NSO's Bell Building Renovation
What does the Bell Building mean for Detroit?
New life for an abandoned building. New energy in a declining neighborhood. New hope for those who had lost everything.
The NSO Bell Building is a groundbreaking effort that will provide permanent, supportive housing for homeless adults and support services to help them stabilize and turn their lives around. Help us provide hope and a place to call home – for many residents for the first time in their lives.
NSO has raised 80 percent of the funds needed to complete this project. We need your help to complete a challenge grant from The Kresge Foundation. If we reach the goal, Kresge will add an additional $500,000 to their generous $1,000,000 gift. Your contribution will help us complete the project and move people into their new homes.
You can show your support in two ways:
1. Support my personal page! Just click on the green ‘make a donation’ button above to get started.
2. Set up your own personal fundraiser and recruit your friends and family to support the NSO Bell Building. Just click on the blue ‘NSO’s Bell Building Renovation’ link above, which will redirect you to the main campaign page. Once there, scroll down, click the green ‘join the team’ button below, and follow the instructions.
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About the Neighborhood Service Organization
Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO) was established in 1955 as a private, non-profit human service agency. The Mission of NSO is to provide diverse and innovative community development programs and community services to meet the changing needs of the regions population. We’re focused on being “always within reach,” we serve consumers across metropolitan Detroit through accessible programs designed to strengthen and empower individuals in their communities, support families and help those in need.
Visit our website to learn more about the Neighborhood Service Organization and our work in Detroit.