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Save the Date: 11th Annual Community Connect

The 11th Annual Community Connect, to be held on Saturday, February 3rd, provides a one-stop-shop for social services, legal and utility assistance/information, health screenings, free clothing, books, food, personal care items and more. Open to anyone in Livingston County. Located at Parker Middle School, Howell. Hosted by the Homeless Continuum of Care Committee. Livingston County United Way sponsors, coordinates […]

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24th Annual “Filling Wishes” Booklets Available

The holidays will soon be here, with people often thinking about making local donations to help local families and agencies. The 24th Annual Livingston County United Way’s “Filling Wishes” Booklet compiles “wish lists” from area nonprofit organizations. These local nonprofits hope to be adopted for holiday or year-end giving. The booklet lists practical products and […]

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Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Recovery

This fund will help local United Ways meet the storm-related needs and support long-term recovery throughout the affected regions. With your support, we can help rebuild communities. 100% of individual donations given to the Harvey and Irma Recovery Funds will be distributed to the affected areas.

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Video Competition Winners Announced!

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Summer Lunch Bunch 2017

Full Summer of Meals and Programs Liz Welch, Summer Lunch Bunch Coordinator with The Salvation Army, shares the program’s impact in 2016 and its goals for 2017. Summer Lunch Bunch Volunteer Training The Summer Lunch Bunch, the Livingston County Hunger Council’s community meals program, is gearing up for an exciting summer of 2017. Thousands of hours […]

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ALICE Families in Livingston County

Low-Wage Jobs Prevail, United Way’s ALICE Report Shows The Michigan Association of United Ways (MAUW) released a second study on the condition of Michigan’s working families, what it has named ALICE households – those that are Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed.  These are families that are working, but still cannot make ends meet.  In Livingston […]

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Volunteer Livingston Celebrates Local Volunteers

Volunteer Livingston says “thank you” to the many dedicated local volunteers during National Volunteer Week 2017 National Volunteer Week is an opportunity to recognize and thank volunteers who lend their time, talent, voice and support to causes they care about in our community and around the world. Their stories serve to inspire others to take […]

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40 Years of Impact & Volunteers

Community Celebrates 40 Years of United Way Impact and Local Volunteers Over 230 community members celebrated the significant impact of the Livingston County United Way on the lives of children, youth, families, disabled adults, and seniors as the nonprofit marked its 40th anniversary. Dan Danosky, retired Livingston Educational Service Agency Superintendent and outgoing United Way President, […]

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Volunteer Livingston’s Fresh New Look

New Logo, Coordinator When Livingston County businesses and residents want to volunteer, they look to Volunteer Livingston and volunteerlivingston.org, a program of Livingston County United Way. Visitors to the website search the online database for new and ongoing volunteer opportunities. The new year brings a fresh new look with an updated logo, and welcomes a […]

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Spirit of the Community Breakfast (March 22)

Annual Meeting, Volunteer Awards 7:30-9:00am, Crystal Gardens Banquet Center, 5768 E Grand River Ave, Howell, Michigan 48843 The Livingston County United Way invites the community to celebrate its 40th anniversary at the annual “Spirit of the Community” Breakfast on March 22, 7:30 am at Crystal Gardens Banquet Center. 2017 marks the nonprofit’s 40th year as Livingston […]

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