City Year Detroit returned to the historic Fillmore Detroit to celebrate the service of 71 young idealist City Year Corps Members at Ripples of Hope 2014. Led for a second year by Event Co-Chairs Joe Anglieri of Compuware and Mark Davidoff of Deloitte, Ripples of Hope shared the experiences of our corps as a whole – guests heard from 14 corps members who shared their most personal moments of impact.
The event was capped off with the presentation of the Idealist in Action award to Detroit’s Mayor, Mike Duggan. Mayor Duggan became an honorary corps member with his own Red Jacket, and shared some inspriational remarks with our corps and everyone in attendance.
Thanks to our sponsors, most notably Bain Capital, DTE Foundation and Compuware, and our donor community, City Year Detroit raised over $323,000.
If you have additonal questions or would like to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities please contact Jenna Moritz at email@example.com or 248.224.6049.
About Ripples of Hope
City Year was founded on the belief that young people can change the world, and each year at our annual Ripples of Hope dinner, we honor one individual who shares this belief with the Idealism in Action Award. Mayor Bing himself was honored with this award - City Year's highest - at our 2008 Ripples of Hope dinner!
Previous "Idealist in Action" award honorees are Gail Warden (2003), Eleanor Josaitis (2004) Tarik Daoud (2005), John Dingell (2006), Shirley Stancato (2007), Dave Bing (2008), Matt Cullen (2009), Robert Bobb (2010), Carol Goss (2011) and Roy Roberts (2012), Peter Karmanos (2013), Mike Duggan (2014)
Be sure to check out pictures of last years Ripples of Hope Dinner Honoring Peter Karmanos.