Serve The City

Helping people through local non profits

We partner with local organizations that are already knocking it out of the park serving our city. Instead of recreating the wheel, we strive to come along side of these great organizations supporting with their missions and service opportunities. We love to add fuel to their fire as they meet specific physical and spiritual needs in and around our local communities.

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Our partner organizations

Learn more about the mission and work of our nonprofit partners.

Active Faith
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.
Another Day Resource Center
Another Day Resource Center provides a variety of assistance to those in the area. Born to be a Blessing is program that helps feed and cloth those who are homeless. This is done weekly out of Another Day’s bus. They also have mentorship programs and community outreach events.
Local Schools
We have developed relationships with the following schools to support their staff, students, and families through specific projects and events. Grant Elementary – Livonia, Bartlett Elementary – South Lyon, Sayre Elementary – South Lyon
Samaritas is the state’s largest foster care and adoption organization with a full suite of family preservation programs and options like Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services to keep families together. Samaritas is one of the largest providers of refugee services, resettling families in from all over the world. Samaritas provides senior care and living communities with a full continuum of services including independent and assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing options within a faith-based family community. Samaritas is all about home, offering housing solutions for adults with developmental disabilities, homeless families and affordable living communities for those who qualify for HUD housing.
Vista Maria
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.
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