ANNUAL FILLING WISHES BOOKLET
Looking for ways to support nonprofit agencies in Livingston County? The Livingston County United Way's 22nd Annual "Filling Wishes” details the items requested by area organizations to better serve their clients.
• Click here to download booklet
HOLIDAY FOOD & GIFT ASSISTANCE
To volunteer or donate toward holiday food and gift assistance, please see this information sheet. There are many local drives to support, such as Toys for Tots and Stuff the Bus. If you would like to plan an organizational drive at your church, club or workplace, please contact the United Way for areas of greatest need.
Those requesting holiday food and gift assistance are asked to contact the agencies listed on the information sheet.
ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL VIDEO COMPETITION ANNOUNCED
The Livingston County United Way’s annual campaign video plays a prominent part in sharing the story of what we do. The video is shown at partner businesses, featured on our website, Facebook page, Twitter feed and YouTube channel.
The purpose of the video competition, sponsored by Brennan Investment Services and Palmer Moving & Storage, is to engage local high school-aged youth in community awareness and give practical experience in marketing and video technology. See the video competition guidelines for more information. Submissions are due April 8.
• Video Competition Guidelines
• This Year's Video from Fowlerville High School students
The annual United Way campaign includes hundreds of county businesses and offices that encourage their employees to invest in the community via the United Way. “The Livingston County United Way has a long track record of investing in programs that result in more financially secure families, children ready to learn and excel, and healthier lives for our area seniors, families and children,” said Rick Scofield, Campaign Co-Chair with David Morse. This year's Pacesetter Partners have brought so much energy and excitement to the campaign -- we can't thank them enough!
HOWELL ROTARY’S TOUR DE LIVINGSTON
Over 600 riders enjoyed a beautiful fall day and bike ride during Howell Rotary’s 8th annual Tour de Livingston. We are so thankful to the Howell Rotary, all the sponsors and riders for making this event such a success and contributing back to the community through the Livingston County United Way.
DAY OF CARING BREAKS RECORDS!
1,700 volunteers joined together for the largest one-day community service event in Livingston County! The Livingston County United Way's 14th Annual Day of Caring was Wednesday, August 19 and involved over 115 worksites and 130 businesses and organizations. See more...
COMMUNITY INVESTMENTS ANNOUNCED
The Livingston County United Way is more involved than ever before in collaborative efforts that bring lasting change. The recently approved budget designates 55 percent of investments to collective initiatives.
HEALTHY HABITS RESOURCE
The second edition of the Livingston County Healthy Habits for Youth Resource Guide is now available! Healthy Habits for Youth is a community workgroup under the Human Services Collaborative Body, of which the Livingston County United Way is an active member.
The resource guide includes local resources for youth in the areas of nutrition, mental health, substance abuse, sports, activities and safety. It will be updated twice yearly (February and August). Click on the link above to download a copy. Contact Chelsea Moxlow, Health Promotion Coordinator, Livingston County Dept. of Public Health for more information, 517-552-6804, email@example.com.