Sat, Mar 28 | Fraternal Order of Eagles

Comedy for a Cause

A fun night to support 3 causes; The Motor City Mitten Mission, Relentless and Torrin's Toy Chest!
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Comedy for a Cause

Time & Location

Mar 28, 2020, 7:00 PM
Fraternal Order of Eagles, 22010 N Chrysler Dr, Hazel Park, MI 48030, USA

About The Event

Featuring 4 super talented pro Comedians that have committed to donating their time and sense of humor for the cause.

We are blessed to have Salt + KO committed to donating the catering for this event, and the entire event will benefit 3 wonderful charities

1. Relentless Detroit- A charity group committed to rallying behind children that are battling life threatening and or lifelong afflicting sicknesses. This charity is my whole heart and I know most of you that know me, knows how much this group means to me. Relentless Detroit assists families with financial burdens that accumulate as a result of having a child with an illness. Relentless Detroit is more than a financial support...RD is a mission of HOPE...Uniting families with families and creating bonds that go far beyond any dollar figure could

2. Torrin's toy chest- Torrin Breneman started this initiative. While he was battling Cancer in the hospital, this wonderful young man put others before himself and rallied a toy drive to bring kids, that were stuck in the hospital, toys and games for christmas so that they could have a bit of love and happiness for a moment. Torrin's family has continued Torrin's mission and thus Torrin's toy chest continues to bring joy, hope and relief to kids in the hospital.

3. Motor city Mittens mission- are dedicated to helping the homeless as well as housing and food insecure families and individuals. They are the only street outreach team in metro Detroit that operates 7 days a week consistently. They provide meals 7 days a week to those that are chronically homeless without shelter living on the street. They also help individuals and families transition into housing as well as offer support services when they're in housing. They furnish their homes, provide clothing, help with bills, jobs, etc. They've helped a lot of families that have sick kids that are struggling as well.

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