Integrated in the Community
We are only as strong as the communities in which we build our businesses, raise our families and go about our daily lives. For Integrated, that means recognizing the vital importance of the individuals and organizations that work hard every day to address the many practical challenges we face at the community level. It also means active participation in meeting and overcoming those challenges. Here are some of the organizations whose vital work we proudly support:
The Bear Hug Foundation brings children of all ages, races, creeds and economic income levels together to experience life in a natural environment, focusing on and encouraging positive growth, and promoting self-esteem in children and adolescents.
Beyond Basics is a literacy nonprofit dedicated to one-on-one reading intervention and holistic literacy enrichment programs for students and families in Metropolitan Detroit. Their literacy programming helps students in vulnerable communities learn to read at level.
Capuchin Soup Kitchen focuses on people’s basic needs, especially the need for food. They strive to stimulate minds and nourish spirits, and they work to understand and address root causes of social injustice in our community.
Cranbrook Art Museum visitors discover transformative moments in modern and contemporary art, architecture, and design. CAM brings together people from our region and around the world to provoke new ideas about art, creativity, and the built environment.
IMPACT3 is a group that invests in social enterprises in under-resourced communities. Their goal is to connect IMPACT3 stakeholders to enterprises and entrepreneurs that can then coach them, capitalize them and connect them to success.
Meadow Brook Theatre produces and stages innovative, Broadway-quality theatre productions that make audiences smile, laugh and cry, enriching the cultural experience of the theatre-going community in southeast Michigan.
The Salvation Army exists to meet human need wherever, whenever, and however they can. They are on the front lines of the fight against hunger and poverty, human trafficking and domestic abuse, providing shelter and doing the most good.
Shades of Pink Foundation offers temporary financial assistance to patients diagnosed with breast cancer during their time of need. Such assistance often includes insurance payments, food, transportation and childcare costs, as well as other essentials of daily life.