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Cass Community Social Services is Detroit-based agency dedicated to providing food, housing, health services, and job programs. There is always something new and exciting happening at Cass, so keep watching our website to stay up to date!

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Empty Bowls Shed 5 Event to Benefit CCSS

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Cass Community Social Services

Annual Dinner 

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Charity of the Yearaesculapians

Pronounced “es-kyu-LEY-pee-uhns,” Aesculapians at Wayne State University School of Medicine is a volunteer honor society of medical students devoted to improving our community – the city of Detroit and the School of Medicine – through service.  In addition to volunteering for several community programs, the Aesculapians select one Detroit-based service organization to sponsor as its “Charity of the Year.”  Throughout the school year, we organize volunteer events for the chosen charity and host an annual charity show, Lampoon.  This student-run comedy show is an opportunity for medical students to write, act, and produce their own songs and skits which parody life in medical school. The proceeds from the event support our local Charity of the Year.  The show has been a highlight of the medical school calendar for many years and has raised funds for some fantastic charities in the past. This year, we are hoping to bring in more donations than ever to help support the important local resource and our 2017 Charity of the Year.

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Ministry With the Poor Comes to

Cass Community

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      Join us in Detroit for insights into

Cass Community Social Services’

Ministry with the Poor

May 10 – 12, 2017

Participants will learn about and see Cass’ Food Housing, Health Care and Employment Programs, including its Tiny Homes project that provides home ownership for formerly homeless and other low income people.

The group will also explore the relationship between Cass Community UMC and the nonprofit.  A special emphasis will be placed on how an urban church does fundraising beyond the collection plate and responds to gentrification.

 Questions?  Call Rev. Sue Pethoud 313.883.2277 ext. 203

 Click here to register

 

tiny-homes-logoFirst Tiny Home Opens Up

The first Cass Community Tiny Home was open for members of the press and a large number of friends and funders on September 8, 2016. Three to five people at a time walked through the 300 sq. ft. house on Elmhurst.

The next six Tiny Homes are underway. This batch will be on Monterey Street between the Lodge Service Drive and Woodrow Wilson. We anticipate that the houses will be complete by spring.

To have Rev. Fowler come speak to a group about the project, please e-mail her at ffowler@casscommunity.org or call 313.883-2277, ext. 201. To arrange for a tour of the Tiny House e-mail ccumcac@aol.com.

Applications for a Tiny Home are currently closed.1st Tiny House

Detroit Treads

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Cass Community Publishing House

.This Far By Faith: Twenty Years at Cass Community  is now available for purchase at ccpublishinghouse.org
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