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Stitching together our efforts to create meaningful, true and lasting change for others, the Sean Anderson Foundation stands with a beautiful blanket of organizations, individuals and initiatives that span across the world, actively working together in both partnership and the ascended vibration of goodwill to achieve our goals. Prior to the onset of this pandemic, we know that the amount of need that existed throughout our City of Detroit, State of Michigan and the United States was staggering; for that reason, in acknowledging those who are both hurting now and who may have already been in positions of opposition, struggle and adversity, the Sean Anderson Foundation continues to stand with you. Our mission and dedication to the youth of our city and throughout the world is unwavering, and in these times, if we can offer any daily assurance to you, may it be this: We will arise from these moments of darkness. We will bounce back even stronger and wiser than before, and we pray that this moment in time allows us all to find new and innovative ways to be more kind and compassionate towards ourselves and each other. We’re in this together.

​As we continue to find ways of staying educated, healthy, informed and engaged during these times, the Sean Anderson Foundation wants to create a singular page of both Detroit and nationwide support initiatives and networks that may prove beneficial to others-  a one-page resource directory.

​If you are offering essential assistance and/or in need of volunteer support, please send us an email and/or message via our contact page! In your message, please identify the city/state of the available resource or need, clear contact information for others to get in touch with you, and please, using 50 words or less, give us a description about your service/need for this public resource directory.

​This is in no way a partnership with the Sean Anderson Foundation; rather, this is an opportunity for us to foster our website as an available directory to our communities in need who are often under-served.

​Thank you to the Detroit Free Press, The Cut and others who have publicly and anonymously contributed to the links available here.