The 9th annual 313 in the D rooftop celebration returns Thursday, July 21 from 5:30 – 9:00 pm at 3Fifty Terrace — and we invite you to join the party! Enjoy delicious food, cocktails, dancing, raffles with awesome prizes, while enjoying stellar views of Detroit’s skyline. It’s simple – party the night away on Detroit’s most iconic rooftop to raise funds for a fantastic cause, uplifting Detroit families.
Your support brings critical resources to the Osborn community! 313 in the D is the signature fundraising event for the Matrix Center, a community jewel anchored in Detroit’s Osborn neighborhood. Funds raised from 313 in the D will power programs and services for children, youth, adults, seniors, and families, who are counting on organizations like ours to provide not just hope, but real answers.




And if you want to support the cause but can’t make it – consider donating to Matrix below



All proceeds benefit programs and services for local youth and families at The Matrix Center, our thriving community center changing lives and providing hope for thousands in Detroit’s east-side Osborn neighborhood

Your admission to the rooftop bash includes:

Delicious food from a local restaurant

Our signature Welcome Drink

A live DJ set from one of Detroit’s premier radio DJ’s

Access to win various experience packages

A complimentary raffle ticket

A COVID-19 safe atmosphere with panoramic views of Detroit’s skyline


More Ways to Support Matrix

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Become a Sponsor

As we begin to put COVID-19 in the rearview mirror, communities throughout Detroit are still facing greater obstacles than ever before. Some are behind on their bills, in need of work, seeking affordable child care, experiencing hunger or homelessness, and the list goes on… This is why your partnership means more now than ever before.

With new programs assisting families with rent, buying their first home, senior home services and healthy living, youth development programs including sports and summer employment, the Matrix Center is uplifting families more than ever before – but we need you help to continue!


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Donate To Matrix

Donating to Matrix directly helps fund critical programs and resources for the Detroit community. Your support will help Matrix to continue providing meals to seniors, head start programs for children, home assistance to those facing foreclosure or service interruptions, bi-weekly food distributions, enrichment and life skills for teens — and so much more!



About 313 in the D

Benefitting The Matrix Center anchored in the heart of Detroit’s 48205 zip code, 313 in the D has historically been one of Matrix Human Services’ most profitable fundraising events. With your help, we can continue that success! 313 in the D is a good time that supports a great cause. All proceeds benefit programs and services for local youth and families at The Matrix Center, our thriving community center changing lives and providing hope for thousands in Detroit’s east-side Osborn neighborhood.
Are you ready to provide a helping hand to Detroit families when they need it most?

Matrix Continues To Expand in the Wake of COVID-19:

  • Virtual one- on- one financial coaching for adults aimed to improve credit scores, net worth, and proper money management. Plus, we continue to offer virtual first- time home buying seminars.
  • Bi-weekly Food Distribution for over 600 Families with Children (per distribution) in the most impoverished zip code in Detroit.
  • Bi-weekly food distribution and home deliveries specifically for up to 100 seniors.
  • Assistance with rental and mortgage payments for Detroit residents.
  • Free Senior Transportation for Adults 55+ years to grocery stores and pharmacies.
  • Youth and teen development programming via Online, Virtual Delivery, and tablet distribution to over 150 youth and teens.
  • Resources for Pregnant Moms and Children Birth-5 years old that includes weekly lesson plans virtual learning during the summer months.
  • Remote tele-health for those living with HIV.




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