Annual Card Party: LWC sponsors an annual card party and luncheon at Lakelands Golf Course and Country Club. The fundraiser includes a variety of card games and raffle prizes.
Giving Tree: Our largest project takes place from mid-November to early December. LWC coordinates with local Social Service Agencies, individuals, and families to grant Christmas wishes to disadvantaged residents of the county. The wishes are placed on Doves which decorate "Giving Trees" at banks, businesses, churches, and schools throughout Livingston County. LWC members collect the donated gifts, purchase any remaining requests, wrap and deliver all gifts to the requesting agencies in time for the holidays.
Casino Bus Trip: Twice a year, LWC organizes a bus trip to either Greektown or Motor City Casino. We leave from the Meijer parking lot in Brighton for a fun fundraiser night! Our next trip is TBA. Contact Dee Rataj: firstname.lastname@example.org
College Scholarships: The LWC offers an annual college / university scholarship to a high school senior who is a county resident planning on a Human Services career. Applications are available from school counselors or contact LWC. Applications are due the second week in April every year.
Brighton Rainbow Car Wash: 10 washes - $45. Contact Nancy Fritch: email@example.com
The Special Citizen Sports Banquet: By partnering with Special Ministries of Livingston County, the LWC sponsors an annual award ceremony for 100 + special needs citizens. This recognition is helpful in improving self-esteem and potential.
Meier Flowerland: Monthly flower arrangements - $45 (12 months)
Contact Nancy Samples: firstname.lastname@example.org
Knitting Group: Knitting for charity. A group meets on either the 4th Monday or Wednesday of the month (January-May) 10AM-12 NOON at the iHop in Brighton. Join us for knitting, good friends and lunch after! Contact: Nancy Samples at
Kroger Rewards: Support LWC's efforts by registering your Kroger Plus card:
http://www.kroger.com LWC group # is 82463
Crisis Fund: Immediate assistance is available to individuals or families who face an emergency and cannot wait for agency approval. Clients of all county Social Service agencies can inquire about the LWC emergency funding. The Club has provided funds for car repairs, school/work clothing, school fees, medical needs, and other "time critical" issues.
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