SERVE THE CITY
helping people through local nonprofits
Mile City has developed ongoing relationships with nonprofits in the local community. These partner organizations focus on helping at-risk children, families and local schools. Our goal through Serve the City is to support the great work our partners are already doing through church-wide initiatives, City Group serve opportunities, and our annual Big Serve in May.
our partner organizations
Learn more about the mission and work of our nonprofit partners.
Active Faith provides long term and temporary assistance to those who have fallen on difficult times in hopes of returning them to the independent pursuit of their life’s goals. They distribute food and clothing twice a month, while also providing resources, guidance, and hope to their clients. Visit their website.
BIAB-Livonia is part of the national Blessings in a Backpack program that addresses the problem of childhood hunger. Each week backpacks are packed by volunteers and distributed to participating Livonia Public School children to ensure they have food over the weekend. Visit their website.
Grant Elementary is our partner school in Livonia. We will have projects throughout the year to support teachers and faculty, provide volunteers for events that will foster a stronger school community, and be available to assist the school as they strive to help all children learn and succeed. Visit their website.
MFCC is loving place where foster families can shop for free for the children in their care. The closet is stocked with donated clothing, equipment, toys, and other essential needs, provided by the generosity of the local community, so that all children can be clothed in confidence. Visit their website.
Sayre Elementary is our partner school in South Lyon. We will have projects throughout the year to support teachers and faculty, provide volunteers for events that will foster a stronger school community, and be available to assist the school as they strive to help all children learn and succeed. Visit their website.
Sparrow Freedom Project’s mission is to work together to combat human trafficking. They provide assistance to local survivors and raise awareness about human trafficking and childhood exploitation in Michigan. Visit their website.
Vista Maria delivers innovative care, support, treatment and education to vulnerable youth so that they heal, believe in their worth, and build the skills needed to succeed. They are a treatment facility for girls ages 11-24 (and some boys) who were victims of neglect, abuse, trauma, and human trafficking. Visit their website.