The Fenton Knights of Columbus raised nearly $8,000 for the Miracle League of Greater Flint!
This super sum of money was raised through their traditional Tootsie Roll fund drives. This past spring, the MLGF volunteers teamed up with the Knights at intersections throughout Fenton to hand out Tootsie Rolls for a donation to benefit MLGF. The hard work paid off!
At their May meeting, the Knights presented MLGF League Director Brian Caine with a check for $7,929.69.
Many thanks to the Fenton Knights of Columbus for going above and beyond to help kids of all abilities play sports in Genesee County!
Come out and eat a big plate of spaghetti to help the Miracle League of Greater Flint!
The Knights of Columbus are the dynamic folks behind this latest fundraiser which will help bring an official Miracle League baseball field for people of all abilities to Genesee County.
The community carbo-load is scheduled for Saturday, May 12 at the Father Bush Parish Center at Holy Family Church in Grand Blanc. The first dinner is at 5pm and the second dinner takes place at 6pm. Buy your tickets for one of those times by clicking here.
Proceeds from the dinner will go toward building the field in the new Hill Road Park located behind Assenmacher’s Cycling Center and the Home Depot off Hill Road in Mundy Township.
One of Flint’s great local businesses, Hoffman’s Deco Deli and Cafe, has created a sandwich to help raise funds for the Miracle League of Greater Flint.
Dubbed The Grand Slam, the sandwich is a colossal combination of Grilled Chicken, Crispy Bacon, Swiss, Tiger Sauce (sweet/hot chili sauce), Grilled Pineapple, Red Onion, Leaf Lettuce and Grilled on a Pretzel Bun. It is an amazing bite!
Proceeds from the sale of every sandwich will benefit MLGF and the efforts to build a Miracle League Field in Mundy Township for children of all abilities. The new field will be located in the new Hill Road Park behind Assenmacher’s Cycle Center and the Home Depot on Hill Road near U.S. 23.
Pizza fans can show their support for the Miracle League of Greater Flint by participating in the Little Caesar Pizza Kit fundraiser, now through February 22, 2018. All you have to do is place an order by clicking here using code 345860, and MLGF will receive a portion of the sales. Your pizza and treat consumption will directly help us to create the new Miracle League field at Hill Road Park in Mundy Township.
Thanksgiving came early for the Miracle League of Greater Flint!
The charity is grateful for the $2,500 donation it received this week from the Grand Blanc Running Peeps. The group holds an annual race every year on Thanksgiving, and proceeds from the race go to local charities. This year, MLGF was selected as a recipient!
The group is looking for both participants and volunteers for this year’s race which takes place 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 23. The race begins at Leo’s Coney Island in Grand Blanc. For details on the fun and how you can help, click here to learn more.
Thanks Grand Blanc Running Peeps for moving us closer to creating a Miracle League field in Genesee County!
The yoga fundraiser at Spicer Orchards on October 20th was a joyful success!
Nearly $200 was raised for the Miracle League of Greater Flint. Yogis came out for a beautiful sunset practice in the apple orchard. Yoga teacher Amy Cross of Prana Yoga Center in Grand Blanc led the group through a series of gentle poses and stretches. Live music was provided by the talented Gloria who shared her piano skills and voice with the group. And at the end, cider and donuts of course!
All of the community support that has rallied behind the goal of bringing a new Miracle League field to Genesee County is remarkable. These efforts are appreciated as we move closer to our goal!
Come on out for the optimal October fundraiser on October 20 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. at Spicer Orchards!
Yogis will be gathering from around southeastern Michigan to raise money for the Miracle League of Greater Flint at this one-of-a-kind event. You don’t need to have any yoga experience at all–just bring a mat and be guided through a gentle practice by certified yoga teach Amy Cross of Prana Yoga Center in Grand Blanc. Live music will accompany the practice. And afterwards, free cider and donuts to all participants!
A minimum $10 donation is suggested. All proceeds will benefit the proposed Miracle League field in Mundy Township in the park that is being created just off Hill Road behind Assenmacher’s Cycling Center and the Home Depot.
For more information, contact the Miracle League of Greater Flint at 810-956-3149.
Local residents, teachers, and rehabilitation experts came together on Wednesday, September 27 at the first Miracle League of Greater Flint (MLGF) Town Hall meeting at Genesys Banquet and Conference Center in Grand Blanc. The purpose of the meeting was to listen to community stakeholders about their ideas for the proposed Miracle League field.
MLGF Board members Brian Caine, Kay Doerr, Sophia Bong, and Jen Hogan listened as people made suggestions for ways that the field and the park could be built to be fully accessible for all people. Ideas ranged from increasing parking space sizes to make room for vans with ramps for wheelchairs access, to providing charging stations for people who need to charge oxygen tanks. One attendee suggested private restrooms so those who need space and privacy to fully lay down can have the type of facility that they need.
Doerr also announced to the crowd that Mundy Township is awaiting word from the Department of Natural Resources on a grant that would provide funding for the installation of a new entrance to the proposed park.
The Miracle League field is part of a larger future park plan that will be built in Mundy Township on Hill Road near Assenmacher’s Cycling Center and the Home Depot.
You have the opportunity to join the conversation about the future Miracle League of Greater Flint sports field in Mundy Township.
On September 27 from 5:00 – 7:00p.m., MLGF will host a Town Hall Meeting at Genesys Banquet and Conference Center. Planners and architects will be present to hear from the community about how the field should be built. Topics to be covered include everything from accessible parking, to the types of materials that need to be used on the field to make it useful for people of all abilities. This is your chance to listen, share your thoughts, and hear the latest on the planning for the new field and park.
The public is welcome. Light refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!
August 17 is National Nonprofit Day. The Miracle League of Greater Flint became a nonprofit organization earlier this year. Nonprofits are essential for helping to bring about positive changes communities, and we are proud of our status and grateful for all the support we receive.
Take a moment today to honor your favorite nonprofit by making a donation or volunteering with that organization. Nonprofits need you!