In the Spirit of Giving…

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

The spirit of the giving season was demonstrated in a major and generous way this week when Gordon L. Stewart and his wife Linda made a $100,000 gift to CATCH to help support our mission of helping improve the quality of life for sick, injured and needy pediatric patients at Children’s Hospital of Michigan and Henry Ford Hospital. Read more

Giving Tuesday

Monday, November 30, 2015

As we celebrate Giving Tuesday, I can’t help but think how utterly amazed Sparky Anderson would be today if he was still with us. No doubt, the former Detroit Tigers and Hall of Fame Manager who founded CATCH in 1987 would shake his head in amazement of all that we have been able to accomplish in improving the quality of life of sick, injured and needy children. Read more

Thanks for Giving!

Monday, November 23, 2015

This week has always been – and remains – one that I look forward to with tremendous excitement!

For me and so many fortunate others, Thanksgiving is about family. Of course, we are all gathered for a feast, but it really is a day to get together with loved ones, laugh, recall warm stories of Thanksgivings past and for wonderful memories of those no longer with us. Read more

DC Sports Day of Giving!

Friday, November 6, 2015

For more than 20 years, DC SPORTS has assisted charities including ours raise additional funds through a variety of generous donations and its silent auction program. On Saturday, Nov. 7 from 10 a.m. until 9 .m., DC SPORTS will continue to help charities through a Day of Giving Program at both its Lakeside Mall and 12 Oaks Mall locations. Read more

A Night FILLED with Champions

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Congratulations and thanks to EVERYONE who joined us and supported CATCH Night of Champions XXVI this month! It was a spectacular evening celebrating so many champions, including our Presenting Sponsor for the 23rd year, Ford Motor Company.

This year, three more community heroes were inducted into the CATCH Hall of Fame: NFL Hall of Famer and Detroit native Jerome Bettis, Detroit Free Press Publisher & President Joyce Jenereaux, and retired Ernst & Young Managing Partner Al Lucarelli. Read more