Auntie Na's Village is proud and honored to announce being chosen by Lowe's as a 2022 Lowe's Hometown Grantee. The much-needed funding will be used to renovate the Food Pantry to better service the community.
MSU Nurses the Village
In a recent article published by the MSU Nursing News, clinical students from the Michigan State University’s College of Nursing Accelerated BSN program talked about their time in the Village and how it has impacted their views on the roles nurses play in a community. Student Fouziah Tabateh said "Public health nursing is something I wouldn’t have foreseen myself getting into; however, after my time at Auntie Na’s, I gained a new appreciation and could see myself going into that field,”. “My whole reason for going into nursing is because of my compassion for my community, it is made me consider going into public health in the future.
The Village and the community benefits when there are partnerships formed with local agencies. They increase their ability to serve and support because everyone gives and receives. To view the entire article, go to Students, Detroit agency partner to support low-income communities | College of Nursing (msu.edu)