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Thursday, September 18 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Focus: HOPE OPEN

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Limited Capacity seats available

Transformative change starts here with the help of Focus: HOPE. We invite you to learn what we are doing to help kickstart Detroit's Comeback. This presentation will include a tour of such areas as the Machinist Training Institute, the Center for Advanced Technologies, and other parts of the campus. Focus: HOPE stands for education, opportunity and community, and we will provide information on a range of programs designed to positively impact our region. You might be surprised to learn how large of an impact Focus: HOPE has on Detroit. We can provide you with more information on family resources, a full range of educational tools and programs, community revitalization and senior services. It is a great time to be living in working in Metro Detroit! *** See document below logo for information on parking and a free lunch at 12:30 ***

Presenters
WJ

William Jones, Jr.

CEO, Focus: HOPE

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Thursday September 18, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Focus: HOPE 1200 Oakman Blvd., Detroit, MI, 48238
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  • Company Description Focus: HOPE is a non-profit dedicated to helping residents of the city of Detroit and Metro Detroit realize opportunities in education, job training, community redevelopment and emergency services. It focuses on providing families and individuals with career training programs designed to help increase the opportunity for secure futures, a Commodity Supplement Food Program that serves tens of thousands per year, and the HOPE Village Neighborhood Initiative, which supports the academic achievement of children living in the neighborhoods around our campus.

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