The goal of Heroes’ Alliance is to build a community of resourced and empowered individuals who see and use education as a path to success. We accomplish this through a variety of avenues with a foundational understanding that the destiny of our city and its residents is in the collective hands of those who call Detroit home.
We hope that something on our site inspires you to get involved or stay involved and help make a meaningful impact that will resonate for generations to come!
The true intent of education has less to do with what we pour into our children, and more to do with what we help to draw out of them. There is a genius that resides within each one of them. And their success in life hinges largely on how well we help them tap into the strengths and talents that are already there.
In order for the city of Detroit to experience a meaningful comeback, the current residents must have access to authentic Economic Empowerment. Every resident in Detroit deserves to live in a safe, clean, thriving community.
Let's Imagine a new Detroit. . .
One of the foremost goals of Heroes’ Alliance is to build an army of advocates that will fight for our children and our communities. It is our endeavor to put air under the wings of every child that grows up under our watch and to strengthen every parent to stand up and be the hero that their child needs.
Join us in advocating the brightest future for our children and our city!
James A. Welch Foundation
We are soliciting your help as we create life-changing opportunities for Detroit youth!
We realize that it will take the effort of the community at large to see this to fruition. Join us in advocating the brightest future for our children and our city!
Help advance the mission . . .
July 7-13, 2019
July 11-18, 2019
August 17, 2019
East Coast, USA
Heroes' Alliance renewed its Education Partnership Agreement with US Army GVSC at the 2019 Mackinac Policy Conference. Offering words of support and highlighting the importance of the platform Heroes' Alliance has created in collaboration with various industry and academic partners included Senator Debbie Stabenow; Senator Gary Peters; Representative Jack Bergman; Macomb Country Executive Mark Hackle; Michigan Tech University President, Jack Koubeck; and Director of US Army GVSC, Jeff Langhout. Anika Smith, COO of Heroes' Alliance, spoke on behalf of the organization and provided an overview and vision for future plans.