Shop for Handmade Gifts, Support Colleagues in Need

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Come to the 12th annual Art & Craft Show at Wolverine Tower. Not only can you purchase handmade artisanal goods, but you will also be helping to do good for our colleagues. That’s because one hundred percent of the table fee paid by each vendor and all proceeds from a raffle of donated items are being donated to the Emergency Hardship Fund. 

The Wolverine Tower Art & Craft Show

3003 S. State Street, Suite 18 and G228 

Friday, December 6, 2019 

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 

About the Emergency Hardship Fund

U-M’s Emergency Hardship Program offers help in times of hardship. When our colleagues face sudden and significant challenges and are left without sufficient funds for rent, utilities or other immediate and essential expenses, the Emergency Hardship Program can provide resource recommendations and, in specific emergency cases, funds up to a maximum of $1,000 to bridge the gap. Every penny of the funds distributed was donated by individuals like you and generous community partners. Learn more about the Emergency Hardship Fund and please make a donation if you are able

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