DEARBORN, Michigan – Comerica executive Amal Berry-Brown and her family braved the cold weather and spent last Saturday afternoon volunteering as bell ringers for The Salvation Army outside of Fairlane Mall in Dearborn.
No, it’s not Blue Beanie Day – that was yesterday. Saturday at Fairlane, Berry-Brown, who serves as vice president and National Arab and Chaldean Business Affairs Manager for Comerica, was joined by her husband Phil Brown, as well as their six-year-old son Amr and five-year-old daughter Maya. Volunteers like the Berry-Brown family are working to help The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit meet its goal of raising $8.2 million through its Red Kettle Campaign this year.
- The Salvation Army Launches $8.2 Million Red Kettle Campaign – Dearborn Free Press
- Help the Needy With the Ring of a Bell – Dearborn Free Press
- Comerica VP Builds Banking Bridges Within Arab American Community – Dearborn Patch
- Co-op Services Credit Union Partners With Salvation Army – Dearborn Free Press