Rochester Hills Volunteers Needed in Detroit

Mayor Barnett Invites Residents to Participate

Soon the Rochester Hills community will be rolling up their sleeves to help remove blight in the Denby neighborhood on Detroit’s northeast side.

Mayor Bryan K. Barnett has partnered with Life Remodeled, a Detroit-based non-profit organization to offer a unique volunteering opportunity to residents of Rochester Hills to work with volunteers from all over Southeast Michigan that will help revitalize Denby High School and the surrounding area.

Rochester Hills Volunteers Needed to Help Revitalize Denby High School in Detroit

Rochester Hills Volunteers Needed to Help Revitalize Denby High School in Detroit

August 5 has been designated as “Rochester Hills Stands with Detroit Day.” On this day city employees, council members, and residents are encouraged to join city leadership in donating time to this great cause. This is a part of a week long volunteer effort where  over 10,000 volunteers will contribute their time to rebuild the area. 

“As a part of the Southeast Michigan region, it’s important for us to help our neighbors and make our region stronger,” states Mayor Bryan K. Barnett “Our team is excited to support this program and we hope that other Rochester Hills residents will join us in this effort.”

Those looking to participate can sign up at  All volunteers must be at least 14 years old to participate. Volunteer activity includes removing trash, mowing grass, trimming bushes, painting, planting, etc. Tools, lunch, and water will be provided.

To learn more or volunteer, visit

About Life Remodeled

Life Remodeled is a Detroit-based nonprofit that seeks to remodel lives along with neighborhoods, schools and homes. Our annual volunteer workforce of 10,000 comes from community organizations, churches, businesses and people who just care about Detroit. Every phase of our project is about people, those served and those who are serving. Relationships born of this approach create transformation and sustainable neighborhoods that are crucial to making Detroit’s revitalization permanent.


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