The Lions Style Lounge is a pop-up retail experience that will give female fans a unique opportunity to purchase a variety of Lions apparel and accessories.
Self-esteem can't be taught from a textbook, instead it is cultivated with personal attention. Often it's girls who are in their early teens, who need it the most.
Since 1891, Eastern Market has been providing the Detroit community with locally produced specialty food products featuring independent vendors and merchants from around the state.
WSU students provide health education to DPS students every Tuesday at Meet Up & Eat Up with the Lions and Ford at Detroit’s Eastern Market.
Meet Up and Eat Up holds special meaning for Lions Executive Chef Joe Nader, who grew up lacking the financial support it takes to live a healthy lifestyle.
Detroit Lions defensive end Devin Taylor and tight end Jordan Thompson use the STEAM Ahead program to highlight the importance of having educational pursuits outside of football.
Working as an arm of Detroit Lions Charities, the Detroit Lions Women's Association seeks to support and focus on issues of the Detroit area especially focusing on health, wellness, and community development.
Comprised of the spouses of players, coaches, and front office personnel as well as female staff members, the DLWA gives their time to further these causes supported by Detroit Lions Charities.
Members are active in the community, especially at the Detroit Lions Academy, and alternative Middle School that is part of the Detroit Public School System, but also working with other local groups, including the American Cancer Society, COTS, and HAVEN.