Events and Fundraising Campaigns
May 23, 2019
Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor, MI
Join us for our 14th anniversary as we present AARP’s first original documentary film, “Care to Laugh,” featuring Jesus Trejo as he pursues his dream of comedy success while caring for his aging parents.
June 8, 2019 10:00 am-3:00 pm
General Motors Warren Technical Center
GM continues to give area athletes an opportunity to run through unique places on their campuses that non-employees normally would not have the opportunity to experience. While the Prove It 5K lets athletes run on the high performance test track, this race will let runners and walkers experience the grounds of the gorgeous Warren Tech Center. Money from this year’s event will be donated to C.S Mott Children’s Hospital. Visit our website for details, and to sign up. Proceeds from this event support pediatric oncology research focused on curing hepatoblastoma.
June 20, 2019
Main Street, Downtown Ann Arbor
Event on Main features spectacular culinary experiences and dazzling entertainment on Main Street, all in support of our Little Victors – the young patients at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. Funds raised go to the Charles Woodson Clinical Research Fund, which supports innovative research to fight devastating childhood diseases.
Since 2010, this annual event has raised over $3.5 million and brought together community leaders, up-and-coming entrepreneurs and established business owners in helping provide new hope for families everywhere.
June 23, 2019
Washtenaw Golf Course, Ypsilanti, MI
The Camp Michitanki Golf Classic, sponsored for 15 consecutive years by Victory Honda, is a competitive scramble event hosted by National Hockey League referee Dan O'Halloran.
Proceeds from this event support the Camp Michitanki Transplant Fund.
November 9, 2019 5:00 am to November 10, 2019 4:59 am
Delta Air Lines Hangar, Detroit Metro Airport
Since its inception in 2014, CHAMPS for Mott has raised over $3 million for critical programs and research, creating hope for families all over Michigan and beyond. Proceeds from this event support important advances in care, like Mott’s project to build a hybrid operating room. Our ability to move medicine forward through transformative treatments, procedures, and studies allows us to deliver the breakthrough care that helps heal our Little Victors and give hope to children everywhere.