Campaign

Your Support Makes a Difference

We’re working to enhance people’s lives in Livingston County every day. This picture shows just a few of the ways recent gifts are making our community a better place to live. Thank you to everyone who is supporting Financial Stability, Every Child Ready, and Community Wellness!

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What Is Collective Impact Work?

Watch our video to learn about the meaning of collective impact, and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to get more great content!

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Video Competition Winners Announced!

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It’s a Rising Tide for All of Us

Incoming President Steve Williams Shares His Commitment to the United Way, Community Goals Steve Williams now serves as the Livingston County United Way President. The executive board will be elected at the Board’s April 2017 meeting. His remarks illuminate why we do what we do for the community. “It’s a rising tide for all of […]

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Employee Campaign Coordinator Training (June 15)

This training event is geared toward veteran and beginner employee campaign coordinators.  June 15 at Livingston County United Way offices Choose from two sessions: 8-9:30am or 12-1:30pm Get updated materials and information about the work of Livingston County United Way Share ideas and strategies with other coordinators Brainstorm and energize for the next campaign. To […]

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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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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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High School Video Competition

Submissions Due: April 7, 2017 Our annual high school video competition engages local youth in learning about the needs in their community and how Livingston County United Way responds with lasting, sustainable solutions. Each year, area students dig deep into the work of United Way and find creative ways to capture the collaborative nature of […]

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It’s Not Too Late!

You can still make a tax-deductible gift this year to help your community. To assure our receipt by Dec. 31, make credit card gifts online. You can drop checks in our mail slot or have them postmarked by 12/31. Donations will be posted for 2016. Thank you for helping struggling families move forward! Livingston County […]

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Celebrating a Heartwarming Response

Our 9th Matching Money Monday, Dec. 12, once again demonstrated the generosity of Livingston County residents to help move struggling families forward. Specific results will be announced soon. Please accept our thanks!

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