Our Role

Our response

our action

Thursday, February 16, 2017

7-8:30 pm

Farmington Community Library Auditorium

32737 West Twelve Mile Road

Farmington Hills, Michigan


Sponsored by

Community Cares Network

and

Multicultural Multiracial Community Council of Farmington and Farmington Hills


After three community forums hosted by Community Cares Network, where we have heard from our Youth Leaders, our Faith Leaders, and our Community Leaders, it is time to hear from you.  Join us to meet and work with representatives actively seeking to enhance and celebrate the health and diversity of Southeast Michigan.


Participating organization include Affirmations, Detroit Jews for Justice, Farmington SAFE (Suicide Awareness for Everyone), Haven, NAACP, Syrian American Rescue Network, and Take on Hate. 


For additional information or with questions, please email communitycaresnet@gmail.com


For a printable flyer for this event, please click here.


Community Cares Network is comprised of concerned residents living in Farmington and Farmington Hills who believe that when citizens of goodwill come together to hear each other's voices, to listen to each other's concerns, and to work together toward solving the problems that divide us, only then can we ensure that our communities remain open and welcoming to everyone--no matter race, religion, gender, economic status, or place of birth. 

The Multicultural Multiracial Community Council of Farmington and Farmington Hills is composed of representatives from the cities of Farmington and Farmington Hills, the Farmington Public Schools, local businesses, and community members. Its mission is to facilitate the engagement of all people as an integral component to the community's health, harmony, and successful future. They explore, embrace, celebrate, and are a voice for both our differences and our our commonalities.