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Voices For Earth Justice

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Environment, Food, Food, Agriculture & Nutrition, Garden Clubs, Interfaith Coalitions, Religion

Mission: Voices for earth justice is a faith-based network of people committed to prayer, education, and actions that deepen the sense of wonder, responsibiltiy, and gratitude for all creation.

Results: Over the last few years, we've been transforming formerly vacant buildings and land into an environmental and neighborhood development demonstration and learning center. Thousands of people come to learn and work at Hope House and Gardens each year.

Target demographics: Diverse faith groups take a more active role in environmental awareness and stewardship

Direct beneficiaries per year: More than 1,000 people learn and volunteer at Hope House and Gardens

Geographic areas served: Detroit and southeast Michigan

Programs: Hands-on volunteering at Hope House and Gardens in Detroit Teaching and training programs at Hope House and across the region

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Rachel F.2

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Voices for Earth Justice is our GO TO service partner for groups that come to Repair the World looking to serve. They are always ready, willing, and happy to accept volunteers and create amazing service contextualized with eduction! The garden space is beautiful and they are especially equipped to accommodating and educating our teen volunteers.

Board Member

Rating: 5

Voices for Earth Justice is in the community, part of the community, and brings love and education to the community. To see the connections that have been made and the love between people is both humbling and inspiring.

-Vito Rosolino

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Of course, like most people that work with children, I love animals. That they are disappearing by our negligence, greed, etc. has me worried, but I am older. Children love animals almost innately. I think Earth Justice is powerful because they write from the point of view of the animal. They say it is a big bear hug when you work with them. That works for me and all of the children I work with.