The Community Organization Resource Exchange (CORE) works to provide a network to foster cooperation and coordination among non-profit organizations in the greater Rochester area and to disseminate information about these member organizations to the community.
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Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month at 8:00a.m.
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Our mission has always been to guide inner city youth toward healthy, successful, sustainable independence. How? By helping at-risk kids discover and develop their own strengths and talents. That’s what “empowering children” means. Because we focus on “building champions,” thousands of marginalized families are seeing their kids graduate from high school, attend college, and become godly leaders. It takes years of weekly training and in-home visits, but it’s worth it to impact countless generations to come.
Film FestivalEvery Friday in February7pm - 9pm
Join us at the Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm on Friday evenings in February for our annual February Film Festival. This year we’ll explore water equity rights, the world of Detroit firefighters, a look back at the Holocaust, and a look forward at the future of nuclear power.
Friday, February 17 Burn X (86 minutes)
Friday, February 24 The New Fire (84 minutes)
Kiwanis Mardi Gras Celebration
Saturday, February 18
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Rochester Fire Department
277 E Second Street
Festivities include masks, costumes, prizes, games, Fire House Coney Dogs, Rosco the Clown (with balloon animals and hats) meet Annie & Ruby, therapy dogs, jazz musician, and more!
All donations support
MUSIC IN THE PARK