Community Wellness

Volunteers Needed For 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. It is open to anyone in Livingston County and will be held at Parker Middle School in Howell.  It takes hundreds of dedicated volunteers to […]

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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. Click here to download the event flyer. Hosted by the Homeless Continuum of […]

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Announcing Matching Money Monday!

Donations to the Livingston County United Way on Monday, December 11, will be matched up to total funds available, thanks to big-hearted local sponsors. Matching Money Monday has become not just a day to raise funds for community initiatives and programs, but an event that brings Livingston County residents together to celebrate the spirit of […]

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Day of Caring Makes a Difference

On Day of Caring, our volunteers helped with upkeep at 82 local families’ and senior citizens’ homes, making a significant difference in the lives of others. Donna Kendall-Cooper, pictured above with the team that helped her, was thrilled by their support. . .

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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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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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Day of Caring (Aug. 16)

Lend a Hand. Make a Difference. Give back. Invite your family, friends and co-workers to take part and make a huge impact on many peoples’ lives in Livingston County. This is the largest one-day volunteer event in Livingston County. Be part of the magic. #LoveUnited #VolunteerUnited Registration is now open! Sign up at lcdayofcaring.org.  

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Livingston County United Way Lifts Seniors and Disabled Adults Up

  Our community investments bring together all our priorities (Financial Stability, Every Child Ready, and Community Wellness) for great results. Community Wellness investments help provide quality social, wellness and educational programs for seniors and individuals with disabilities to help them discover their full potential for social, emotional, physical, educational and spiritual growth. A fitness program inspired one […]

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Working Together to Move the Needle on Issues

Liz Welch works for The Salvation Army of Livingston County. She sees the ground-level, collaborative results of Living United through the Hunger Council and the Summer Lunch Bunch. Liz’s Story My name is Liz Welch. I work for The Salvation Army of Livingston County, and I’m the volunteer and seasonal coordinator. I have been involved with […]

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Making a Free Lunch Much More Than a Free Lunch

What started as a way to bridge the summer nutrition gap for students who receive free and reduced lunches during the school year, has evolved into a robust social, educational and hunger-busting program. A project of the Livingston County Hunger Council and operated by The Salvation Army (and funded in part by the Livingston County […]

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