DIY: HOPE

Thanks to the people, companies, and organizations that are raising awareness and funds for Hope Clinic in new and creative ways:

 ‘Raising HOPE with Lemonade’ DIY: HOPE Fundraising event | Hosted by sisters Naomi and Sarah Hernandez, Michael Buck, and their parents.

‘Raising HOPE with Lemonade’ DIY: HOPE Fundraising event | Hosted by sisters Naomi and Sarah Hernandez, Michael Buck, and their parents.

  • Sisters Sarah and Naomi Hernandez and their friend Michael Buck along with their parents organized the “Raising HOPE with Lemonade,” event at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market in Ypsilanti. Fresh Thyme donated the lemonade for the kids to sell outside of the store and they raised $500 for Hope Clinic.

  • Advantage Computing Systems hosted its 8th annual fundraiser for Hope Clinic. The employees gathered together to donate funds and every donation was matched by the company. They raised over $14,000.

  • The First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth began a campaign to support efforts in Wayne County. Donations by their congregation go toward the operations of our Wayne Medical Clinic in Westland.

  • Nancy Maleki submitted an application on behalf of Hope Clinic for the Community Financial Summer of Sharing. The application was accepted and we received $1,000 for Hope Wayne Medical Clinic.

  • Thank you to all of the generous donors of school supplies and backpacks that were provided to 361 children going back to school in the community.


Do it Yourself (DIY) Fundraising is an opportunity to combine your commitment to the mission of Hope Clinic with your passion for creating positive change in the community.

Interested in setting up your own unique DIY: Hope activity? Contact our development team today at development@thehopeclinic.org or (734) 484-2989 x208.





Chloe Holmes