We Look Forward To Seeing You!
The Legacy of Hope Breakfast is a gathering of passionate community leaders coming together for a motivational morning to hear how Common Ground is making a positive impact in people’s lives and throughout their communities through innovative programs and services.
Guests will enjoy learning about Common Ground’s mission and services; listen to an annual update on accomplishments and goals from President & CEO, Heather Rae; as well as a keynote presentation from Dr. Molly O’Shea, MD, keynote speaker, strategic advisor and consultant, and Founder of Birmingham Pediatrics.
Attendees will enjoy a complimentary breakfast, networking, and the opportunity to support Common Ground through a mission donation.
Business or business casual attire
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. WE DO NOT HAVE ADDITIONAL SPACE AVAILABLE THE DAY-OF/AT THE DOOR.
Please consider joining us at the Celebration of Hope event on Friday, October 20, 2023 to learn more about Common Ground and support this critical mission to help people move from crisis to hope. Click here to learn more.
Day-of Event Information
FOOD & DRINKS
A complimentary plated breakfast will be served including coffee, water and juice
We are excited to bring you a State of Common Ground update from President & CEO Heather Rae.
Dr. Molly O’Shea, MD, will present on “Burn Out or More? When Changing Your Job Won’t Solve the Problem.” Click here for Dr. O’Shea’s bio.
Guests will have time before and after the program to network and mingle with other area business leaders from throughout the metro Detroit community.
All attendees will be invited to make a mission donation to Common Ground with options available at all giving levels and abilities.
Thank you 2023 Sponsors
Join Our Volunteer Crew
If you’re interested in helping our event go off without a hitch, please consider volunteering at the event. On top of donating your time and energy to a worthwhile cause, you’ll also meet other passionate community leaders dedicated to helping people move from crisis to hope.