As it’s told, twins Romulus and Remus were ordered to death by a jealous king. Abandoned on the banks of the Tiber River, they were found by a Shewolf who suckled and saved them. Many years later, the boys returned as great men to build a city on those banks — the city of Rome.

Anthony Lombardo





We love our community and are seriously committed to making a positive impact.

These are just a few of our favorite community based nonprofits that the SheWolf team works with on a regular basis.

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Detroit Food Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works to inspire young Detroiters (ages 10-24) through culinary arts and food entrepreneurship.

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Cass Community Social Services is a Detroit-based agency with a person-centered philosophy, dedicated to providing food, housing, health services, and job programs.

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(Coming Soon) Detroit Kitchen Terminal exists to reduce repeat incarceration by training workers to thrive in our city’s growing restaurant industry.

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Detroit Prep exists to provide a world-class, equitable education that will give all students a foundation of academic excellence and character development while fostering a love of learning and passion for exploring and fulfilling their extraordinary potential as learners, leaders, and world-changers.

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World Central Kitchen is a not-for-profit non-governmental organization devoted to providing meals in the wake of natural disasters. Founded in 2010 by celebrity chef José Andrés, the organization prepared food in Haiti following its devastating earthquake.

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We exist to provide households with access to sufficient, nutritious food, and related resources. We accomplish this through collaboration, efficient operations, education, and innovative solutions to achieve a hunger-free community in southeast Michigan.

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The Greening of Detroit continues to build on the foundation of its green infrastructure program, focusing on serving and empowering Detroit communities in the development of healthy green and productive landscapes. This work is intentional and community oriented. It combines information, education and community outreach to support the installation and maintenance of ecological landscapes.

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