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From helping thousands of young people to know others unlike themselves, to working with over a dozen communities in conflict, to convening numerous collaborations focused on diversity and inclusion, the Michigan Roundtable has worked with people like you to help bend the arc of Michigan’s moral universe toward justice.
Unfortunately, the systems and biases that we work against are deeply entrenched. We are seeking to raise $50,000 from people like you to assist us in continuing to work with youth, communities, and collaborations who are struggling with diversity and inclusion issues.
View the short video below to learn more about the impact of our work.
Alternately, organizations and individuals may support the Michigan Roundtable by supporting special events such as the Humanitarian Tribute or Annual Golf Outing.
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Alternately, organizations and individuals may support the Michigan Roundtable by supporting special events such as the Humanitarian Tribute, Holy Strokes Golf Classic and Walk2gether Michigan.
Named after a prominent business leader in Detroit, the Levy Endowment will ensure that the important work of building stronger communities through education, advocacy, and conflict resolution will continue well into the future. Michigan needs a strong social fabric of diverse communities, schools, and workplaces, and through the generosity of The Edward C. Levy Fund, our mission will be ensured.
For more information about the Levy Fund or to make an endowment gift, contact Larry Jones.
One of the finer golfing events in the region, Holy Strokes not only raises funds for the Michigan Roundtable's mission, it's another way to bring people together in recreation and purpose.
For 64 years, the Michigan Rountable has identified leaders from various sectors of society who have made a significant difference in the quality of life in our community. This is a major annual celebration for the Michigan Roundtable. <read more>
The mission and work of the Michigan Roundtable should resonate with members of the State Bar of Michigan. Much like lawyers, our work encompasses the principles of access, diversity and equity. A critical factor in the diversity equation is inclusion. All must have a voice at the table. This is made evident in the Michigan Pledge to Achieve Diversity and Inclusion, put forth by the State Bar of Michigan. <read more >