Mayor Jim Fouts would like to encourage you to become involved in the city's 'We Care' program by donating time or resources to one of the non-profits listed below.
For any questions contact either Joan Flynn at (586) 258-2039.
Warren-Center Line Prevention Coalition
13400 Twelve Mile Road, Warren, MI 48088
Warren-Center Line Prevention Coalition Mission: To prevent and reduce drug use in the community by raising awareness and implementing effective prevention programs. The Coalition accomplishes this by including representatives from all sectors of the community. They consist of parents, youth, school staff, law enforcement, the faith based community, the medical community, government, business, and youth-serving agencies. Our goal is to identify and problem solve substance abuse issues in our community, in order to keep our neighborhoods healthy and safe for everyone. You can attend coalition meetings the 1st and 4th Mondays of each month. They are held at the Warren-Sterling Heights Elks Lodge, 25950 Schoenherr, Warrne, MI 48089. For more info, click here to view the brochure.
Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers
8075 Ritter, Centerline, MI 48015
Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to help seniors stay in their own homes as long as possible. They are always in need of volunteers to assist with a variety of chorse, including trips to doctors, grocery shopping, light housework, or sometimes just companionship. If you are interested in volunteering, please call (586) 757-5551.
Liberty Family Outreach
3800 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48091
We are currently running our 'Operation Fill A Backpack Campaign,' collecting donations of at least $10 to fill at least 800 backpacks with school supplies. Click here for the flyer. To learn more about Liberty Family Outreach & Summerfest please visit our website.
3322 Groesbeck Highway, Fraser, MI 48029
At Hope Center in Macomb, we provide food assistance to those living in Macomb County. Hope Center operates using only 6% of the funds given to the organization. That means that 94 cents of every dollar given to Hope Center is used to buy food to feed those in need. Out client choice model allows us to turn every dollar we receive into 7 meals! You can give online now here.
Leaps and Bounds Family Services
8129 Packard, Warren, MI 48089
Leaps and Bounds Family Services is a non-profit focusing on family education programs. The agency provides adult basic education and ESL classes for Michigan Works referred individuals, after school tutoring for children in grades 3rd-12th grade, early childhood education through play and learn groups and home visiting programs and childcare and parent training. The agency served over 4500 individuals providing over 20,000 hours of service in 2010, many of them Warren residents. The agency receives financial support from United Way, Michigan Works, Macomb Intermediate School District, private foundations and corporate and individual donors. Leaps and Bounds is looking for individuals who can make an ongoing commitment to provide tutoring and mentoring of youth and tutoring for adults. More details, calendars of activities and other information can be found on the agency website.
Macomb County Warming Center
16546 Nine Mile, Eastpointe
(586) 218-7173 (during business hours, (586) 321-0998 (after hours)
Monetary donations, however small, are greatly appreciated, as we have been awarded a"Challenge Grant" from McGregor Fund in Detroit. Every donation we receive between now and April 30 will be matched by McGregor, up to $10,000.00. As donations have dropped almost 50% with this poor economy, these funds are badly needed.
Also, as always, white socks and unused underwear, especially men's are welcome as well as office supplies such as copy paper and file folders.
Provident Corporation/Providence Ministries
The Provident Corporation (TPC) is a community service organization. In addition to providing basic needs items such as clothing and food through its outreach arm, Providence Ministries, primary services include; life skills mentoring & jail diversion for adults & youth, early childhood support services for teen parents, expanded learning & educational afterschool programs for elementary and middle school students.
24140 Mound, Warren, MI 48091
Warren Garden Club
The Warren Branch of the Woman’s National Farm and Garden Association works to further agricultural and horticultural activities, conservation of the environment and the beautification of the area. Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month, usually in the cafeteria of the Warren Community Center. Projects include the “Plant a seed” program during the Spring Carnival, a perennial plant exchange the first Saturday in May at the First Methodist Church parking lot on Chicago between Mound and Ryan and the Garden Walk the 3rd Sunday of July. The Club has helped with the landscaping in the courtyard at the Community Center, placed the human sundial at the Community Center and maintains the flowers around the perimeter, as well as the plantings and landscaping around the Gazebo and State Marker at Chicago and Mound. During the holidays, we decorate and sell Christmas wreaths and cedar roping and donate some of these to the Union Cemetery, the Bunert School, the Village Hall and the Gazebo. Donations are also made through local and state projects. We offer scholarships through the local schools. Membership is open to anyone interested in the purposes of the branch. Our membership includes men and women and residents in and around Warren.
Contact Sonia Hulyk, membership chair at 264-9261 or Sue Keffer, 2nd Vice Pres., 264-9407.
Warren Historical Commission
The purpose of the Warren Historical Commission is to further public interest in all matters relating to the history of the City of Warren and its environment. The Warren Historical Commission in cooperation with the Warren Historical & Genealogical Society, maintains a Historical Gallery in the Warren Community Center. The Gallery is open Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm and by appointment. The Commission meets the 3rd Wed. of each month. We are looking for volunteers to help with filing, data input, research, and gathering items and putting together displays. We are also looking for volunteers to be greeters in the Gallery during the summer months.
The historical society has a new mission to receive National recognition for the Bunert School Museum. We already have Michigan State recognition. We have to apply to the National Register Nomination Committee and we hired a cultural resource specialist, which will come with a cost. To defray the cost we are asking for donations. If you can give, please call Community Outreach at (586) 258-2039.