Not too long ago, I had the privilege of joining the Animal Cruelty Unit of the Humane Society on a ride along. What an eye-opening experience. These people are amazing and do amazing work. They don’t just help animals that are victims, they educate pet owners, so they can improve their situation.
30,000+ backpacks filled with brand new school supplies are now in the hands of students in Detroit and Flint. We had a blast visiting schools in both cities and meeting with students, parents and teachers to kick off the new school year.
The Mike Morse Law firm is proud to serve as presenting sponsor for Michigan’s biggest used book and media sale, underway now through April 30 at Laurel Park Place in Livonia. To date, Bookstock has raised nearly $1.7 million for Detroit area education and literacy programs.
Every Friday, Mike Morse Law Firm employees have the option to participate in “jean day.” They can wear jeans to work in exchange for a contribution to various local causes. This month’s collections are going to the Downriver Community Food Pantry.
The Mike Morse Law Firm partnered with Mix 92.3 radio to recognize and award some of Detroit’s most dedicated teachers! We were so inspired, Teacher of the Week will continue through the end of 2016!
Diapers for the D collected and distributed 55,000 diapers to Detroit families in 2015. This year, they’re striving for 100,000, and we’re helping to make it happen.
For the past two years, our firm has proudly donated a total of 55,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to Detroit Public School students. Project Backpack has positively impacted the lives of thousands of children. Summer Lawrence is one of them.
On Tuesday, October 20, the Detroit City Council will present Attorney Mike Morse with an award which celebrates the heart, generosity, character and commitment that the statue after which it was named embodies: The Spirit of Detroit.
We’ve been following the story of little India Williams, the 9-year-old Detroit girl who was paralyzed after she was shot while riding her bike in September of 2014. Williams was featured in our documentary “Beyond the Bullet.” Well-known attorney Mike Morse felt compelled to help her out, even though she’s a complete stranger. Morse and his staff raised thousands of dollars for a device that allows her chair to operate hands free.