The Salvation Army of Livingston County is looking for individuals and groups to help provide HOPE and JOY to almost 700 families this holiday season. Together we can ensure families are not faced with the hard choices of paying a bill or providing Christmas for their children. With friends like you, The Salvation Army of Livingston County can provide resources that restore HOPE and JOY to the holidays. Please consider one to the many giving opportunities that go a long way in making Christmas a possibility for so many Livingston County residents.
Monetary Donations- During the holiday season The Salvation Army hosts its largest fund-raiser of the year, Red Kettles. This fund-raiser helps provide funding for the programs that run throughout the year including: shelter for the homeless, heat in the winter, utility & rental assistance, meal programs including summer meals for children, holiday meals and much more. This year your extra donation to the kettles or directly to the corps can help continue programs that provide HOPE throughout 2016. You can text HOPELC to 41444 to donate right from your mobile phone or go to https://app.mobilecause.com/public/campaigns_keywords/29916/donations/new
Fill-A-Stocking New this year we are allowing parents to choose an already filled stocking or create one of their own. Filled stockings and gift bags are needed to help complete a childs Christmas. You provide your own stocking or request one of ours. For information contact Marlena Poff ext. 350 -Filled stockings and gift bags to be returned by Dec. 7th
Angel Tree Tags – Over 600 children come through the Toy Shop program. Your family, corporation or organization may request Angel Tree Tags to assist in purchasing the perfect gifts for these children. Tags will have the ages and gifts most needed, providing you the tools to make a difference in a childs life all year long. For more information contact Marlena Poff ext 350 - Unwrapped gifts to be returned by Dec. 7th
Coats for Kids – In partnership with WHMI, The Salvation Army is collecting clean, gently used and new coats, snow pants, hats, gloves, scarves and boots of all sizes. Find a list of collection sites on www.whmi.com or drop off at our Corps Community Center - 503 Lake Street, Howell.
Bell Ringing – Individuals and groups are needed to help ring bells at our Red Kettles November 6th- December 24th. We are once again challenging organizations and groups to compete for the Golden Kettle. Help us meet and beat our goal! For more information on the challenge or to sign up visit www.registertoring.com or call Liz Welch ext 347
Volunteering – There are great opportunities to volunteer your time and energy. Individuals are needed to sort donations, toy shop escorts, general office tasks and much more. For volunteer opportunities contact Liz Welch ext 347