2018 Pay It Forward Campaign to benefit WSU Social Work TIP Program

Wayne State University is excited to share that Suburban Buick GMC of Ferndale has chosen the School of Social Work’s Transition to Independence Program (TIP) to be the recipient of a “pay it forward” effort inspired by Wayne State alumna Beverly Archer B.A. ‘08, MSW ‘13.

“Since receiving my degrees from Wayne State University, I have had the privilege of utilizing them in many areas of my life.  Because of this, I would like to pay it forward and the Wayne State University Transition to Independence Program (TIP) is a great place to start. 

If you're in the market for a vehicle, please contact me via phone or email. I am honored to be able to work with the faculty, staff, alumni and students of Wayne State University, we are family.” 

            - Beverly Archer, Product Specialist at Suburban Buick GMC of Ferndale

Suburban Buick GMC of Ferndale will donate $250 from the sale or lease of any new or used vehicle by faculty, staff, alumni or students of Wayne State University now through the 2018 year. 

If you are in the market for a vehicle and want to find out more, contact:

Beverly Archer

 

Beverly J. Archer LLMSW
Work Phone - 248-582-5749
Cell Phone - 248-722-0871
barcher@suburbancollection.com
SUBURBAN BUICK GMC of FERNDALE
21800 Woodward Ave. Ferndale, MI 48220

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The School of Social Work’s Transition to Independence Program (TIP) is a comprehensive assistance program that provides critical financial, social and academic support to foster care youth at Wayne State. For additional information on TIP and their mission to increase college access and improve graduation rates of foster care youth from southeast Michigan while advancing the educational well-being of youth who age out of foster care throughout the state, visit the TIP website or contact Airika Buford at ar2584@wayne.edu or 313-577-0433.

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