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Guest Readers Coming to StoryTime

In 2020, we launched a Sunday night Storytime with Miss Katie to help stay connected with our families during the pandemic. In the program, Spaulding‘s Team Lead, Katie Ward, read from children’s books on Facebook LIVE.We  love the engagement…
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Dr. Angelique Day Receives SSWR Social Policy Researcher Award

The Society for Social Work and Research has selected Dr. Angelique Day, PhD, MSW, associate professor at University of Washington School of Social Work, for the Social Policy Researcher Award in the emerging scholar category. Dr. Day received…
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A Message from our President and CEO Melissa Jenovai

Spaulding for Children 2023 starts the year with new leadership. Our Board is now headed by Kristi Plain, while I will serve as President/CEO of the Agency. While we are new to our current positions, we have been part of the Spaulding team for…
Spaulding for Children Newsletter August 2022
Spaulding for Children July News and Updates

July News and Updates

The Board of Directors of Spaulding for the Children has announced Melissa S. Jenovai, LMSW, will serve as the next President and CEO of Michigan’s first child welfare agency to specialize in placing children with special needs into adoptive homes.
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Golf for a Good Cause: The Spaulding Scramble

Let’s get back on the links! Spaulding has a history of successful golf outings. For 2022 we are proud to present our newest scramble at Farmington Hills Golf Club. We have a wonderful day planned and hope you will join us for golf and…
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Celebrate Black History Month in Detroit

Celebrate Black History Month in Detroit Live and Virtual Destinations and Events   Charles Wright Museum And Still We Rise: From the tragedy of the Middle Passage to the heroism of the Civil Rights Movement and beyond, And Still We…
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Spaulding Receives Two New 5-Year Federal Grants: QIC-EY and Kinder-Cares

Spaulding for Children and partner agencies receive $20 million federal grant to establish new national improvement center that engages and empowers youth in foster care to take an active role in finding permanency. Read Full QIC-EY Press…