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Gold, Rice, Hamilton, and WCS Recognized!

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Pictured top left to bottom right: Mike Boguth – Hamilton Chevrolet, Susan Trombley – Warren Consolidated Schools, Les Gold – American Jewelry and Loan, Scott Rice – Powerlink Construction. What does a pawn shop owner, a car dealership, an educator, and a businessman all have in common? They all received … Read More »

25th Anniversary Awards Celebration a Huge Success

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Alumni Cupp-Hamilton Scholarship winners pictured left to right: Mario Hanna, Austin Brown, Katie Filion, Jose House, Jr, Mark Daiowd, and Brittani Lipsey. “I can frankly say that Winning Futures is strong. It’s unique. It’s built right. And it has the drivers behind it with the Winning Futures staff and all … Read More »

2018 Awards Ceremony – Changing the World!

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2018 scholarship winners left to right: Brittany Padilla, Breia Swanigan, and Samantha Susalla. I’ve been to many awards ceremonies in my lifetime and I’ve watched a few on television. They’re mostly mundane. Too many times participants rave about themselves or how something they’ve done changed the world when really they … Read More »

Scott Rice Highlighted in Walsh College Journal

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Congrats to our Board Chairman, Scott Rice, for being highlighted in Walsh College’s Journal. He was one of three Walsh College alumni highlighted in an article titled, “Alumni Use Business Skills to Give Back to Community”. The article points out the aspects of Winning Futures that Scott Rice has personally … Read More »

Board Member of the Quarter

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Scott Rice, Board Chair and Kristina Marshall, President and CEO of Winning Futures, presented Theresa Hilborn of General Motors and Frank Orsini of Lear Corporation, with the Winning Futures’ Board Member of the Quarter Awards for their dedication and contribution to local youth at the Winning Futures Board of Directors meeting … Read More »

We are Honored!

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Crain’s Best Managed Nonprofit contest focused on good management practices of nonprofits with budgets of $3 million or less. It was Winning Futures’ mentoring program outcomes, entrepreneurial model, strategic growth process, fiscal responsibility, and innovative approach to fund development that helped secure the title. This award acknowledges that Winning Futures … Read More »

Helping Detroit youths shoot for stars

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TODAY’S SUBJECT: Detroit-based Powerlink Facilities Management, a provider of building management services, including housekeeping, groundskeeping and general facilities maintenance for business customers, provided support of Winning Futures and the Gregory Kelser Detroit Basketball Camp. THE CAUSE: Winning Futures, a nonprofit organization based in Warren, provides goal setting, mentoring and scholarship … Read More »