With just a little more than a week to go, The Salvation Army of Livingston County says it still has a significant amount to raise in order to meet their annual campaign goal.
The Salvation Army’s Christmas Campaign is its largest fund-raising effort each year with the donations supporting year-round programs. The campaign’s fundraising goal for the 2022 season is $395,000, to be raised from November 1st through January 31st. To date, the campaign has not yet hit their goal and still seeks to raise over $87,000.
The Christmas fund-raiser helps The Salvation Army of Livingston County with services such as shelter and utility assistance. It also helps with Pathway of Hope; a program that mentors, councils and educates families along with providing connections to resources and services putting them on the path to regain self-sufficiency.
“Meeting the goal is especially important this year. As we move forward with our plans for the new Corps Community Center these funds will allow us to expand our services to help those in need.” Says Development Director, Nicole Moor “We want to meet people’s needs to their fullest as the effects of the pandemic are still effecting many in our community.”
With the deadline looming, The Salvation Army of Livingston County is reaching out to the community for help.
Donations can still be made several ways:
• Online at www.SalvationArmyLivingston.org
• Via US mail – P.O. Box 647, Howell MI 48844
• Dropped off at the Corps – 503 Lake Street, Howell, MI 48844
Monetary donations may be brought in to: The Salvation Army; 503 Lake Street; Howell, MI 48844 during business hours Monday- Friday 9:00 am-4:00 pm.
To learn more about what The Salvation Army of Livingston County does please visit www.SalvationArmyLivingston.org or call Nicole Moor at 517-295-4342.