COMMUNITY SUCCESS PARTNERS

Community Success Partners are businesses or organizations that have played a role in the progression of the Youth Day Explosion. These are not legal partners.

Detroit Possible 

Julian C. Madison Bldg.  

 

       BUF of Michigan 

Garden Theater

Whole Foods Detroit

   YOUTH DAY EXPLOSION SPONSORS

2017 Community- Donors/ Sponsors 

I'M UNSTOPPABLE Youth Day Explosion 2017 is brought to our youth by local business professionas, companies and concerned citizens in the Detroit and Greater Metro Detroit area: Detroit Possible, City of Detroit Assessors-8th floor: Sharon Johnson, Sarah Arnold, DeShanae Dozier, Michelle Hickson, Darryl Crews, Gequaita Williams, Dana McMurray, Comast, Greektown Casino and Hotel, Kimberly Mitchell (City of Detroit), Jodi Luster of Bellweather LLC., Henry Ford College, Dawna Rodgers of Open Door Church, Michigan Technological University, Ron Jones of Empire Distribution & Supply, Wayne State University, Antonio Durant of Enjoy Restaurant, Larry Coleman, U of D Dental School, Don Studivant of 1917 American Bistro, Andrew Davis, Sarah Drew of Drew Insurance and Financial LLC. Oakland University, Tommara Grice, Jane Tippins, Brandie Boubrit, Ben Clyaton, Dotti Sharp of Covenant Partners, Love Webb of Love and Care for Children, DCHC Jealthy Teen Community Care Center (HTC3), Baker College, Dr. Brandi Pritchett of Future for Teens, Man UpMan Down MSU, WCCCD, Albion College, Rochester College, McDonalds, DHT, Alonzo Bell of Redeem Detroit, Triumph Church and you...You can still show your support by Getting the T-shirt that's mobilizing business professionals, entrepreneurs and more to SHOW UP for our youth here online! 

Covenant Community Care

Covenant Community Care

WCCCD

WCCCD

Bellwether Network, LLC

Bellwether Network, LLC

Future 4 Teens

Future 4 Teens

City of Detroit

City of Detroit

Greektown Casino Hotel

Greektown Casino Hotel

Staples

Staples

Triumph Church

Triumph Church

Empire Equipment & Supply Company

Empire Equipment & Supply Company

DWO Mission's Possible

DWO Mission's Possible

Albion College

Albion College

Baker College

Baker College

Comcast

Comcast

City of Detroit 8th Floor Assessors

City of Detroit 8th Floor Assessors

Detroit Community Health Connections

Detroit Community Health Connections

Enjoy In & Out

Enjoy In & Out

Henry Ford College

Henry Ford College

Enjoy Restaurant

Enjoy Restaurant

Healthy Teens Community Care Center

Healthy Teens Community Care Center

HTC3

The Diane Morgan Group

The Diane Morgan Group

Man Up Man Down MSU

Man Up Man Down MSU

Michigan Technological University

Michigan Technological University

Oakland University

Oakland University

Rochester College

Rochester College

1917 American Bistro

1917 American Bistro

Triumph Church

Triumph Church

U of D Mercy Dental

U of D Mercy Dental

Wayne State University

Wayne State University

Alonzo Bell & Redeem Detroit

Alonzo Bell & Redeem Detroit

2016 Community- Donors/ Sponsors

Stand Out Youth Day Explosion 2016 is brought to our youth by local business professionals, companies and concerned citizens in the Detroit and Greater Metro Detroit area: Detroit Possible, City of Detroit Assessors-8th floor, Henry Ford Health Systems, GIIRLS, Derrick Johnson of Don Maxey Ford, Jodi Luster of Bellweather LLC., Grace Robinson (Pasadena, CA), Howard Foard (Fairfax, VA), James Bridges of Blue Cross Blue Shield, Percy Richardson Jr. Kimberly Mitchell (City of Detroit), Vanessa L. Anderson (Mary Kay), Jason Dixon (Urban Nation Radio), Marcus Metcalf, Michael Dorsey,  Brian Glover of Wellness Group Home Care LLC., Audrey Bellamy, Paul Gilbert III, Darryl Crews, Melinda Anderson of Detroit Design Festival, W. Lyons of Gamma Phi Lambda, Phillip M. Black of TMP, Ariel Jones of Ariso Direct, Donna Pinchum of Motivity Enterprises, Crystal McKinney, Alima Trapp, Karensa Harkins, Alonzo Bell of Redeem Detroit, NAACP Detroit, Aaron Vance, Michael Dates, Antoine D. Jackson and you...You can still show your support by Getting the T-shirt that's mobilizing business professionals, entrepreneurs and more to SHOW UP for our youth here online! 

2015 Sponsors

Your Destiny Youth Day Explosion 2015 is brought to our youth by local business professionals, companies and concerned citizens in the Detroit and Greater Metro Detroit area: Detroit Possible, City of Detroit Assessors-8th floor (Audrey Bellamy, Adam Crawfrod, Yvette Childress, Dana McMurray, Valdenise Jefferson, Eric Kelly, Michelle Gatson, Dorothy Manley, Kendra McDonald, Ethel Coleman, Cherylynn Rupert & Valerie Rupert), Henry Ford Health Systems, Michigan Technological University, YMCA- Swift, Police Athletic League (PAL), Big Brothers Big Sisters, Motor City Casino Helping Hands, Don Studvant 1917 American Bistro, Joni Thrower of McDonalds, Staples, Mr. Williams, Principal of Chandler Park Middle School, Tyrone Smith of Mobile Oil, Mr. James Torrence of Lazarus Construction, Tony V's Tavern, Carlotta Tutt of True Root Marketing, Derrick Johnson of Don Maxey Ford, Michael Roberts of Roberts Riverwalk, Carolyn Terhune & the Coleman Family and you...You can still show your support by Getting the T-shirt that's mobilizing business professionals, entrepreneurs and more to SHOW UP for our youth! 

2014 Sponsors 

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2016 YDE Trinity Transportation

2014  YDE ABC Sponsored A Bus for Pershing High School Students

*Community Success Partners are businesses or organizations that have played a role in the progression of the Youth Day Explosion. These are not legal partners.

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Detroit Possible Inc                          100 Renaissance #43953                

Detroit, MI 48243 -0953                                                                                   

Detroit Possible Inc. is an organization that provides Professional and Youth Development 

Esteem We Inc.  is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, EIN 82-3079850. 

Our mission is to connect, serve, and transform lives by providing life skills training, education and information referral to youth ages 13-19 and their families in urban and underserved communities across the U.S.  

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