To our supportive community:

We are full of emotion as we approach the end of 2021. We are encouraged by our accomplishments this year — and ever grateful for your support. We have been working to balance our focus between programming and the tender work of fostering wellbeing within our organization. We are proud of our work this year with the Truth and Titus Collective where we have engaged in intentional and transformative monthly internal equity trainings. Title Track is humbled by our growth during this tumultuous time and we are grateful for your support as we approach the end of 2021. Please consider supporting our efforts during this season of giving as we prepare for another exciting year!

“While the words ‘self-care’ and ‘rest’ can seem like topics that are overused, luxurious, or somewhat unattainable during this season, we encourage you all to please take some time for yourselves to go lay down, rest your body and your mind, find the stillness of the season, and make it a priority to check in on your physical and mental health.  We need YOU.  Please visit our new Rest page for some of the team’s recommendations for slowing down and resting.  Happy Holidays, y’all.” -Jennifer Jones, Co-Executive Director

Recent highlights:


Shared Leadership

Earlier this Fall, Jenny Jones sat down with fellow Title Track Co-Executive Directors Holly T. Bird, and Seth Bernard for a deep conversation at the Neahtawanta Inn on their roots with Title Track and their inspirations for continuing to engage in this meaningful work.

Introducing Eminazhichiget

Title Track co-executive director Holly T. Bird shares a short introduction to the new series, Eminazhichiget, which translates to “person who does good things for others," which will spotlight leaders within the Anishinaabek community.

In conversation: Holly T. Bird

We celebrate all that Holly brings to our organization and the wider community and are pleased to share this powerful conversation between Holly and Seth Bernard. Holly shares her thoughts on protecting the waters, her involvement in resistance movements such as Standing Rock, how white folks can stand in solidarity with Indigenous people, and much more.

Episode 26 of State of Water

In this inspiring interview, Seth Bernard sits down with Michigan Climate Action Network (MiCAN) Executive Director Kate Madigan and Engagement Director Jamie Simmons. The three provide an in depth look into MiCAN’s vital work, discuss bringing equity to the forefront of this movement, and share how they keep themselves charged and renewed as they forge ahead with activism.

Celebrating Sally Van Vleck

In honor of Sally Van Vleck's many years of dedication and service, we are thrilled to announce the creation of the Sally Van Vleck Fund for Youth Empowerment! Please consider giving a one-time or recurring donation.