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The organizations of the Local Impact Alliance are working hard for all of the communities of Western Wayne County.  Below is just a sampling of the latest news from the nonprofits and groups under the LIA umbrella.

Canton Community Clean Up

Canton Community Clean Up

On Saturday, May 15, 2021, Community Clean Up Day in Canton Township at Griffin Park organized by Habitat for Humanity. The grant was made by the Canton Police Benevolent Fund at Canton Community Foundation.
Thank you to our wonderful volunteers representing Canton Township Police, residents from Canton, Belleville, Woodhaven, Royal Oak, as far away as South Lyon & Habitat for Humanity WWC Partner Families.
They cleaned up the entire area of the park behind the Canton Post Office, and one project for a resident in the neighborhood of digging and mixing dirt and mulch.

We can do wonderful things when we come together as a community!

Giving Hope Summer Social 2021

Giving Hope Summer Social 2021

The Advisory Board of Giving Hope, Women's Giving Circle
Enthusiastically Invites YOU to attend our
In-Person Summer Social
Wednesday June 16th 6-8pm
on a beautiful and spacious, outdoor patio setting at Fox Hills Golf Course
As a special treat, one of our newest members,Kay Warnke, will be bringing a collection of her personally handmade
purses, totes, face masks and bags and has graciously offered to donate all sale proceeds to our "pass the purse" charity
Clean Love
The Clean Love Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women and young girls feel clean, loved and empowered by distributing "Clean Love" hygiene kits to those who are homeless, live in poverty, or survivors of domestic violence. Most donations to shelters do not include feminine hygiene products, Clean Love kits do! These products help alleviate the stress that comes with a woman’s monthly cycle.
We hope that you will join us as we continue celebrating our 15th Anniversary of Giving Hope, Women's Giving Circle
COST: $30.
Includes a glass of wine, prepackaged light dinner, snacks and dessert.
(Meal and wine selections may be made during payment and registration.)
 
 RSVP by June 7th 
 
 

 

Help a Low Income Teen

Help a Low Income Teen

This fund was created to help groups in the community, including seniors, veterans, youth, special needs and residents struggling with basic human needs.

For $130, you can send a teen from low income at - risk neighborhood to a week of summer camp all expenses paid.

Please make a difference and better our community!

Donate and help a teen.

Make a Difference, Sponsor a Child

Make a Difference, Sponsor a Child

This fund was created to help groups in the community, including seniors, veterans, youth, special needs and residents struggling with basic human needs.

 
For $75, You can send a child with a disability to  summer camp for a day all expenses paid.
 
Make a difference, donate to Canton Cares Fund.
 
Click to sponsor a child
 
Canton Cares Sponsor a Senior

Canton Cares Sponsor a Senior

Sponsor a Senior for $130.

You can help a low income older adult in our community stay physically active and improve their mental health by providing them access to 3 month fitness membership to the  Summit on the park. 

Make a difference right in your backyard and help a senior.

Click to support a senior 

Make a Difference with $100 and help a neighbor

Make a Difference with $100 and help a neighbor

Help a Neighbor who has undergone adversity. 

With $100  donation to Canton Cares Fund, you can really make a difference in someone's life.

This fund was created to help groups in the community, including seniors, veterans, youth, special needs and residents struggling with basic human needs. 

Click to  Sponsor a Neighbor 

 


Community Foundation of Plymouth makes a significant donation for Mental Health Research

Community Foundation of Plymouth makes a significant donation for Mental Health Research

The gift from the Anthony G. Sclabassi Memorial Fund will provide philanthropic support of mental health programs at the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry. A majority of the funds are ultimately going to be used to support innovative research in the prevention and treatment of depression, bipolar and other mood disorders and will be leveraged into bigger grant dollars.  Additional funds will be used to support the Psychiatry Education and Outreach Gift Fund which will allow for educational programming and outreach for patients and their families, community members, students, educators, health care providers and others touched by mental illness and addiction disorders in an effort to spread awareness and reduce stigma associated with mental illness.

Additional resources can be found on website: https://medicine.umich.edu/dept/psychiatry/michigan-psychiatry-resources-covid-19

Donate to Help in your Community

Donate to Help in your Community

 

The Canton Cares Fund provides financial support for Canton Township-sponsored programs assisting seniors, veterans, youths and persons with disabilities. It also includes programs assisting Canton residents following natural disaster, mass casualty or significant personal loss, and programs recognizing heroic or "above-and-beyond the call of duty" acts of township employees.

Click here to donate to Canton Cares Fund and help your community.

 

A New Way to Donate

A New Way to Donate

 Have an older vehicle that you are considering donating to a cause?

Now you can donate that vehicle to the Foundation and designate it for either the general operating fund or any of the funds managed by the Foundation.

We have partnered with CARS to make donating a vehicle easy.

CARS takes care of everything from the pick-up and sale to sending you the donation receipt and necessary tax documents. CARS is committed to treating every vehicle donor with gratitude and great service while delivering the highest possible returns to the Foundation. To date, CARS has returned more than $300 million to their nonprofit partners.

click here to learn more about how to donate.

Please call Beth Meade at 734-495-1200 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get more details.

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