Virtual Legacy Breakfast 2020
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Since 1916, the Urban League of Detroit and Southeastern Michigan (ULDSEM) has demonstrated its commitment to program service, growth and sustainability by engaging and partnering with individuals such as yourself. Throughout our history, supporters have recognized the importance of the ULDSEM, which has consistently contributed to the vitality and prosperity of metropolitan Detroit enriching the area where our community lives, works and plays.
We invite you to join us in our commitment to serve the community by attending our Virtual Legacy Breakfast where you will hear first-hand how your support has and will continue to impact the lives of the individuals we serve.
While these are challenging times in our nation with COVID-19 ravaging our communities, and racial and social injustice manifesting around the country. Taking time to pause, reflect and assist where we can, to uplift those in need, and to uphold our humanity is critical now more than ever.
The League’s mission is dependent on you and your support. Your support gives us hope, it inspires us to continue, and it allows us to make dreams come true through the programs and services we provide to the community. It is your support that provides the sustaining resources ULDSEM needs to help individuals in our community each and every day.