T-Mobile, Wireless Vision Partner with Detroit’s Tavern on Broadway to Provide Meals for Homeless
Nearly 270 meals were given to homeless individuals during a recent giveback event hosted by T-Mobile operated by Wireless Vision.
Twenty individuals with Tavern on Broadway’s Food Truck and Wireless Vision volunteered at the Aug. 29 event, which was held at Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries in Detroit.
Wireless Vision’s Got Your Back (WVGYB) endeavors began in 2012, and they have since become an integral part of WV’s Social Responsibility program.
“Giving back is part of who we are. One of our core values is ‘Passion for Our People’ and that doesn’t stay within our store walls,” said Saber Ammori, CEO of T-Mobile operated by Wireless Vision. “We are passionate about our employees, customers, and our communities.”
Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries provides hope to the homeless, abused, and disadvantaged of our community. Founded in 1909 as a soup kitchen, Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries has grown to become America’s largest rescue mission, providing life-changing services each day to as many as 2,200 women and children, youth, seniors, and veterans and helping them gain much-needed stability, sobriety, and self-reliance.
With a compassionate staff of nearly 300 and more than 13,000 dedicated volunteers, the non-profit organization is involved with multiple services, programs, and resources, including:
- permanent housing
- food banks
- job training and placement
- neighborhood revitalization initiatives
- youth camps
- tutoring and literacy
- substance abuse detoxification and treatment