Sparkle Network – Where Everyone Shines
A non-profit community of charity, business, comedy and more. Creating awareness and a voice to those who deserve it by uniting charity, comedy, and communities.
SN stands for the following:
Compassion, Charity, Comedy, “Under dog”, local, inspired, network, connection, love, community, grateful, awareness, hard work, determined, heart, friendship, unity
We hope to inspire and be inspired by those who follow us and our activities, projects, crazy adventures and so much more.
Masks For Michigan program
Welcome to all checking us out from Masks for Michigan page.
In Spring of 2020, we created the page/program to share information and create masks for our frontliners, vulnerable and all our neighbors.
Please look at all our programs/events & what makes us tick.
Thank you all who were a part & we could not have done it without you!!
Dress Into A Dream
Homecoming/Special Occasion Dress Sale
Announcing this year’s locations/dates:
Children With Hair Loss South Rockwood
Marlaina Photo Studio Shelby Twp
American House East 1 Roseville
Thank you to all these locations as all the spots/application process is DONE for Fall 2022.
How YOU can support what we do!
Just a few ways to help us spread us spread the word about our organization and the programs & events we make possible.
These videos are created all year long.
They are informational videos about our Founder’s mom’s Alzheimer’s journey. They range from 5-6 mins to 45+ mins interviews with different professions which are dealt with/necessary to talk to due to this disease.
The videos have been created to help when you feel in crisis mode and some practical ways to deal with the situation ( an item, service or person to contact). Also, to plan & proactive where it is possible.
The more you plan the tiny bit easier this journey will be.
What People Are Saying
Owner, Kitty Deluxe speaks about Prom Closet Project
“I have kids who get a hold of me from the very first year, and there are some who … are so grateful and thankful. (They tell me), ‘I ended up going to college. I ended up giving my dress to somebody else… I’ve had people tell me that it was the best night of their life.
I just love that (Lietz) puts this together for girls that might not have an opportunity to have a pretty dress for prom. I love the thought that she gives them the opportunity to come and pick something out. It’s absolutely free for them, and I just think it’s just a great thing that she does. It’s very admirable how much time and effort and heart that she puts into all of this, getting nothing in return obviously.”