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Community Partners

Absolute Hospice
Contact Person: Joy Fletcher-Thompson
810-694-1042
jfletcher-thompson@miahhc.com
8273 S. Saginaw St. Ste. A Grand Blanc,MI 48439

Dedicated to providing the highest quality patient care in a community setting to encompass physical, social, psychological and spiritual dimensions of care while maintaining compassion, comfort, respect and dignity for each individual involved.


Adopt-a-Pet
Contact Person: Angela Runwick
810-691-6172
info@AdoptaPet.com

Adopt-a-Pet is an organization that lists animals from shelters and rescues that are in need of adoption. Their goal is to find loving homes animals in need.


Alzheimer's Association
Contact Person: Nancy Galant
810-780-4163
ngalant@alz.org
1125 S. Linden Road, Suite 950, Flint, MI 48532

To eliminate alzheimers disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance support for all affected and to reduce risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.


Alzheimer's Association- Greater Michigan Chapter
Contact Person: Sherry Rank
248-996-1044
srank@alz.org
25200 Telegraph Rd. Suite 100 Southfield, MI 48033

To eliminate alzheimers disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance support for all affected and to reduce risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health


American Red Cross (East Central Bay Chapter)
Contact Person: Victoria Fryer
1-517-702-338
victoria.fryer@redcross.org
1401 S. Grand Traverse Flint, MI 48503

Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors .


American Cancer Society
Contact Person: Mary Foster
810-733-3703
Mary.Foster@cancer.org
2413 S. Linden Rd. Suite A Flint, MI 48532

To save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.


American Red Cross
Contact Person: Tracy Jones
810-893-6640
tracy.jones2@redcross.org
1401 S. Grand Traverse Street, Flint, MI 48503

Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors .


Angelic Heart Hospice, Inc.
Contact Person: Frank P. Coleman
810-412-5177
angelicheartVC@gmail.com
1044 S. State Road, Davison, MI 48423

Angelic Heart Hospice is a community focused healthcare agency that provides support to patients and their families.


Art Corps
Contact Person: CJ Pettus
810-766-7426 ext.2063
cpettus@cityofflint.com
1101 S. Saginaw St. Flint, MI 48502

Arts Corps positioned to have a deep impact on the creativity and leadership of young people in our region, and also to reshape our education system to include the arts and a more youth-centered approach to education.


Asbury Community Development Corporation
Contact Person: Rev. Dr. Tommy McDoniel
248-705-4401
RevMcDoniel@gmail.com

A community-involved effort whose aim is to increase literacy across the entire community.


Autism Support & Resource Center
Contact Person: Amy Morris
810-742-5404 Cell: 810-627-9322
asggc@yahoo.com
4476 S. Dort Highway, Burton, MI 48529
Service Saturday Potential: NO
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Offer support to parents and families with autism spectrum disorder at school. Offer community awareness, training and education. Hold seminars for parents, caregivers and educators/professionals to understand autism spectrum disorders. Provide transition planning for teens that are getting older and considering independent living.


AZ Hospice
Contact Person:
810-309-1392
1230 South Linden Road Suite @ Flint, MI 48532
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Offer community awareness, training and education.


Baker College of Flint
Contact Person: Maureen Miller
810-766-8752
mparma02@baker.edu
1050 West Bristol Rd. Flint, MI 48507
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Hold seminars for parents, caregivers and educators/professionals to understand autism spectrum disorders.


BEST Project (United Way)
Contact Person: Jamie-Lee Vanable
810-762-5826
jvenable@unitedwaygenesee.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Provide transition planning for teens that are getting older and considering independent living.


Big Brothers Big Sisters
Contact Person: Jaron Houston
810-235-8898
jhouston@bbbsflint.org
410 E 2nd St, Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Big Brothers Big Sisters has been changing children's lives by matching them with caring adults to guide them on a path to success.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Flint
Contact Person: Emily Leonard
810-249-3413
eleonard@bgclubflint.org
2201 Forest Hill Ave, Flint, MI 48504
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Provide a world-class Club experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who walks through our door, with all members on track to graduate from high school with a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle.


Buckham Gallery
Contact Person: Meghan Kelly
810-239-6233
manager@buckhamgallery.org
134 W 2nd St, Flint, MI
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

To encourage, initiate and facilitate an enriched artistic, cultural and creative environment in Michigan.


Burton Area Historical Society
Contact Person: Mona Miron
810-962-5122
History.Mona@yahoo.edu
4190 E Court St. Burton, MI 48509
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

This organization primarily operates in the Historical Society business / industry within the Museums, Art Galleries and Botanical and Zoological Gardens sector.


Carriage Town Ministries
Contact Person: Cindy Johns
810-233-8787 ext 29
cjohns@carriagetown.org
605 Garland St, Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Our mission is to provide help, hope and the Good News to our community through the skills and means of God’s people and the transforming power of Christ’s love.


Catholic Charities
Contact Person: Chrissy Cooper
810-232-9950 x325 & John Manse - NESK 810-785-6911
ccooper@ccsgc.org
901 Chippewa Street, Flint, MI 48503
Service Saturday Potential: YES
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Counseling programs helps children, adolescents, individuals, and families experiencing emotional or mental health issues. Provide training and support for foster and adoptive parents.


Child Advocacy Team
Contact Person: Karen Bunker
810-238-5425
kbunker@l-gal.org
1023 Church St, Flint, M
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Christmas in Action of Genesee County
Contact Person: Kelly Williams
248-496-5904
kellywithcia@gmail.com
P. O. Box 1091, Fenton, MI 48430
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Volunteers unite around a common goal of completing FREE home repairs for low-income and/or handicapped seniors each year on the last Saturday in April.


Clio Center for the Arts
Contact Person: Jan Warner
810-547-7087
cca@cliocenterforthearts.org
3370 W. Vienna Rd. Clio, MI 48420
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

To enrich our community by building partnerships to provide quality artistic experiences for personal growth, for Clio and surrounding Communities.


Communities First, Inc.
Contact Person: Essence Wilson
810-422-5358
ewilson@communitiesfirstinc.org
415 W Court St, Flint, M
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

To build healthy, vibrant communities through economic development, affordable housing and innovative programming.


Community Bridges Management
Contact Person: April Cook
810-522-3595
acook@gmail.com
14229 Torrey Rd. Fenton, MI 48430
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Community Resolution Center
Contact Person: Jane Odell
810-249-2619
jane.odell@comcast.net
315 E Court St, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Trained volunteer facilitators (or mediators) help people listen to each other, discuss issues, and find agreement.


Compassus Healthcare
Contact Person: Thelma Towner
810-733-9975 (cell: 810-347-5760)
thelma.towner@compassus.com
1309 S. Linden Road, Suite B, Flint, 48532
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

To delivering unsurpassed comfort to those needing compassionate navigation through life’s closing chapters.


Crim Fitness Foundation - Community Ed
Contact Person: Cassie Sadler
810-965-1893
csadler@crim.org
452 S. Saginaw - Suite 1, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Cultivates accessible, vibrant communities in Flint and Genesee County that encourage people to lead healthy lifestyles by integrating physical activity, healthy eating, and mindfulness into their daily lives and mentors other communities to do the same.


Crim Fitness Foundation - Race Dept
Contact Person: Cassie Sadler
810-965-1893
csadler@crim.org
452 S. Saginaw - Suite 1, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Lists the races and events that the Crim orginazation is hosting.


Crossover Downtown Outreach Ministry
Contact Person: Denise Diller
810-234-2479
denisediller@crossoverministryflint.org
414 W. Court Street, Flint, MI 48503
Service Saturday Potential: YES
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Crossover Downtown Outreach Ministry is a faith-based, interdenominational mission established to provide free emergency food, clothing, household, personal items, and youth programs to those most in need in our community. Providing faith-based services and programs, showing the love of Christ, restoring hope, and rebuilding lives.


Davenport University
Contact Person: Wilma Mitchell
810-732-9977
wilma.mitchell@davenport.edu
4318 Miller Road Flint, MI 48507
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

With the university partnership between Mott Community College and Davenport University, Mott graduates can seamlessly transition into a bachelor’s degree program with onsite programs offered on the Mott campus.


Davison Township Parks and Recreation Department
Contact Person: Michelle Steiner
810-214-1810
msteiner@davisontwp-mi.org
1152 N. Gale Rd. Davison, MI 48423
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Host charity and community events for Davison Township.


Department of Human Services Genesee County (no under-18 year old volunteers)
Contact Person: Suprena Cook
810-760-2343
cooks8@michigan.gov
125 E. Union Street, Flint, MI 48501
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Offer a number of programs to help families with temporary assistance when times are tough.


Edible Flint
Contact Person: Deb Hamilton
810-244-8547
hamiltod@anr.msu.edu
605 N. Saginaw St., Ste 1A, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

To support Flint residents in growing and accessing healthy food in order to reconnect them with the land and each other.


Eisenhower Elementary School
Contact Person: Marvin Diem
810-767-8127
mdiem@crim.org
1235 Pershing Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Enroll America
Contact Person: Jospeh Slotis
248-320-2790
jsoltis@enrollamerica.org
325 E. Eisenhower Parkway Suite 6 Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Enroll America accomplishes its work by engaging a wide variety of organizations with a stake in enrolling the uninsured in health coverage. Our partners include health insurers, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, employers, consumer organizations, faith-based organizations, civic organizations, and philanthropies.


Family Promise of Genesee County
Contact Person: Jaymi Dormaier
810-234-9444
director@familypromiseofgc.com
2111 Flushing Rd. Flint, MI 48504
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Helping families achieve sustainable independence


First Tee of Eastern Michigan
Contact Person: Jospeh Simpson
810-249-7071
joethepro@pga.com
6045 Davison Rd. Burton, MI 48509
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Honesty, Integrity, Sponsorship, Respect, Confidence, Responsibility, Perseverance, Courtsey, and Judgment.


Flint & Genesee Convention and Visitors Bureau
Contact Person: Courtney Irish
810-600-1456
cirish@flintandgenesee.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

A premier business membership organization unlike most chambers of commerce. In addition to traditional member services, our responsibility includes serving as the lead economic development agency for Flint & Genesee, marketing tourism, youth and business training, and a shared services center.


Flint Children's Museum
Contact Person: Amber Racki
810-767-5437
ad@flintchildrensmuseum.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

To inspire a love for learning and awaken imagination through exploration and hands-on play.


Flint Cultural Center Corporation
Contact Person: Jessica Sampson
810-237-7346
jsampson@fcccorp.org
601 E. Second St., Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Making sure the Flint Cultural Center continues to be a vibrant and comfortable gathering place for everyone in our community by taking care of the campus grounds and buildings, coordinating Cultural Center campus-wide programs and events, and directly supporting its member organizations: Sloan*Longway and The Whiting.


Flint Institute of Music
Contact Person: Dionanda Burnash
810-237-3112
dburnash@thefim.org
1025 East Kearsley St Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Changing lives through a lifelong continuum of music, dance and theatre.


Flint Islamic Center
Contact Person: Scott McLaughlin Administrative Assistant
810-406-2617
FlintIslamicCenter@Gmail.com
9447 Corunna Road, Swartz Creek, MI 48473
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

To serve the best interest of Islam and the Muslims of the Greater Flint area.


Flint Police Department
Contact Person: Tanya Meeks
810-237-6802
tmeeks@cityofflint.com
Christine Tagg (ctagg@cityofflint.com)- taking over this year--Tanya already committed
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

To enforce the laws of the City of Flint, State of Michigan, and United States of America with the goal of enhancing the safety and security of people who live, work, and visit the City of Flint and their property.


Flint Public Art Project
Contact Person: James Andrews
917-412-1926
james@flintpublicartproject.com
124 W. 1st Street 2nd Floor Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Flint Public Library
Contact Person: Wanda Harden
810-232-7111
askus@fpl.info
1026 E. Kearsley Street Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Flint River Watershed
Contact Person: Jaime Welch
810-767-9491
jwelch@flintriver.org
1300 Bluff Street, Flint, MI 48504
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Partnering to Protect, Preserve, and Improve the Flint River Watershed.


Flint Urban Safety Corps
Contact Person: Joy Alston
586-277-4504
alstonjo@umflint.edu
400 N. Saginaw Ste. 145, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

About the Flint Urban Safety Corps: The United Way of Genesee County, in partnership with the University of Michigan-Flint, hosts 10 AmeriCorps members in community to reduce crime, build community, and eliminate blight along Flint’s University Avenue Corridor (UAC).


Flint Youth Theatre
Contact Person: Courtney Dickerson
810-237-2527
cdickerson@flintyouththeatre.org
1220 E. Kearsley St. Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Through public performances, school matinees and classes, Flint Youth Theatre serves audiences of children and families, teens and adults, and provides acting and theatre-making opportunities for students age 2 through college.


Food Bank of Eastern Michigan
Contact Person: Keri Brack
810-396-0210
kbrack@feedingamerica.org
2300 Lapeer Road, Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Eradicate hunger within the community.


Food Fair Network
Contact Person: Erin Allen
1-734-213-3999 ext.213
eallen@fairfoodnetwork.org
205 E. Washington St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

We believe nothing is as important to our future as food. Food matters. It connects us like few things. It reflects our culture and traditions. It heals and sustains us. And it has outsized environmental, social, and political impact.


For-Mar Nature Preserve & Arboretum/Genesee County Parks
Contact Person: Nicole Ferguson
810-789-8567
nferguson@gcparks.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Provide facilities and programs to accommodate and involve all of our visitors through continue improvements in all of our parks.


Foster Closet of Michigan
Contact Person: Danielle Dickson
810-252-1368-cell 800-554-4966 x202
genesee@fosterclosetofmichigan.org
434 N. Mill Street, Clio
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

This organization provides clothing, underclothing, toys , shoes, baby equipment, gear and in some cases furniture to children placed in the foster care system in State of Michigan.


Fostrian Court Assisted Living
Contact Person: Andrea Conquest
810-487-0045
andrea.conquest@HCR-ManorCare.com
640 Sunnyside Dr. Flushing, MI 48433
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Has a committed team of professionals dedicated to providing quality retirement living with genuine care.


Friends of the Mt. Morris Library
Contact Person: Connie Owens
810-686-8651
conniej1097@comcast.net
685 Van Buren Avenue Mt. Morris, MI 48458
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

A group of community volunteers who work closely with the Mt. Morris Branch of the Genesee District to look for ways to address services and programs offered there.


Friends of the Perkins Library
Contact Person: Jan Elmore
810-444-3256
jelmore_855@hotmail.com
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

The Friends of the Perkins Library is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the support of library programs, services and needs. They work together with the community, library staff and other Friends' groups to contribute to the financial stability of the library and educate the community and its governing bodies about library issues.


Genesee County 4-H/MSU Extension
Contact Person: Jen Skornicka
810-244-8533 -Direct; General (810) 244-8500
skornic4@anr.msu.edu
605 N. Saginaw St., Suite 1A, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Genesee County Agricultural Society/Fair
Contact Person: Christian Miller
810-687-0953
chris@gcf.org
2188 W.Mount Morris, Mount Morris, MI 48458
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Genesee County Asthma Network
Contact Person: Joni Zyber
810-262-6125
jzyber1@hurleymc.com
1125 S. Linden Rd Suite 300 Flint, MI 48532
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Aims to improve the quality of life for children with asthma and their families through research, education, advocacy and community partnerships.


Genesee County Habitat for Humanity
Contact Person: Vince Slocum Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator
810-766-9089 x208
vslocum@geneseehabitat.org
101 Burton Street, Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.


Genesee County Health Deparment- Healthy Eating Active Living
Contact Person: Kenneth Cabine
810-336-1635
akeno25@yahoo.com
630 S. Saginaw St. Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Genesee County Health Department
Contact Person: Rachel Pedersen
810-257-3612
rpedersen@gchd.us
G-3373 S. Saginaw Street Burton, MI 48529 630 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 4, Flint, MI 48502 G-3373 S. Saginaw Street, Burton, MI 48529
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

The Genesee County Health Department is here to improve the quality of life in Genesee County by preventing disease, promoting health, and protecting the public from environmental hazards to health.


Genesee County Parks
Contact Person: Cindy Kimber
810-249-3858
ckimber@gcparks.org
5045 Stanley Road, Flint, MI 48506
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Genesys PACE of Genesee County
Contact Person: Lea Anne A. Ivory Sales & Marketing Coordinator
810-236-7475
LeaAnne.Ivory@genesys.org
412 E. First Street, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

PACE offers a range of medical and supportive services that can be provided at the PACE center or in the comfort of home 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Our many relationships with specialists and providers in the community ensure that you get the care you need. Participants also receive social and recreational services in our PACE center located in downtown Flint.


Gentiva Hospice
Contact Person: Minnie Cabine
810-407-3212
minnie.cabine@baker.edu
4458 Oak Bridge Drive, Flint, MI 48532
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Under the direction of a physician, our team of clinicians offers a special kind of caring that encompasses the medical, social, emotional, and spiritual aspects of treatment.


Girl Scouts of Eastern Michigan
Contact Person: Linnea Bassin
810-720-9021
lbassin@gssem.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Introduce girls to awesome new experiences that change their perspectives and broaden their worlds. Be a mentor, a guiding star, a friend. Show them all that they’re capable of, and unleash your inner leader in the process.


Grace Hospice
Contact Person: Heather Fronrath
810-515-7189
hfronrath@ghospice.com
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Our mission is for each employee to treat every patient as their own treasured loved one, providing care that affords a quality of life that outweighs quantity of days, and supports caregivers as their hearts find healing.


Grand Traverse District Neighborhood Association
Contact Person: Matt Appleton

gtdna.flintmi@gmail.com
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

The Grand Traverse District Neighborhood Association works to improve the quality of life for the residents and stakeholders in the district through community engagement, beautification and design, events and marketing and neighborhood reinvestment.


Great Lakes Caring Hospice
Contact Person: Michelle Engerson-Goines
p: 800.379.1600 | c: 517.581.6907
megoines@greatlakescaring.com
3100 West Road, Bldg. 1, Suite 100, East Lansing, MI 48823
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Great Lakes Caring Home Health and Hospice is a leading provider of a post-acute continuum of in-home health care.


Greater Flint Arts Council
Contact Person: Lanie Nix
810-238-2787
lanie@greaterflintartscouncil.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

The Greater Flint Arts Council (GFAC) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is “to be a catalyst of, and advocate for, increased artstic and cultural enrichment in our ethnically diverse community.” The Council strives to promote and celebrate the arts-building new partnerships and to lay foundations of cultural growth for all the arts in our community.


Greater Holy Temple
Contact Person: Rachel Wenzlick

rwenzlick@unitedwaygenesee.org
6702 N. Dort Highway Flint,MI 48505
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Greater Holy Temple serves as a food pantry for the Flint area.


Hamilton Community Health Network
Contact Person: Tim McCarron
810-406-4912 x4974 (or Marcy Hunter x4959)
tmccarron@hamiltonchn.org
225 E. Fifth St., #100, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Hamilton Community Health Center is part of a national network of primary care centers (Section 330E) aimed at improving health services for inner city populations. These centers provide comprehensive care to patients regardless of their ability to pay.


Heart to Heart Hospice
Contact Person: Candy Leithem
810-422-9453
cleitheim@htohh.com
2029 S. Elms, Swartz Creek, MI 48473
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Strives to enhance the lives of our patients by aggressively managing their pain and symptoms, helping to alleviate any discomfort associated with their terminal illness or disease.


Heartland Hospice
Contact Person: Jamie Rhew
810-230-1318
jamie.rhew@hcr-manorcare.com
fax: 810-762-0812
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Heartland Hospice provides care wherever you call home: in your house, a skilled nursing center, an assisted living facility or independent living facility.


Hispanic Technical Center
Contact Person: Ralph Arellano
810-396-8311
rafas36@gmail.com
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

A non-profit organization formed in 2002 through a partnership between Mott Community College and the American GI Forum, now known as the Hispanic Technology and Community Center of Greater Flint.


Holmes STEM Academy
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Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Holmes STEM Academy, a transformational learning community, empowering dreamers, learners and thinkers to lead, innovate and change the world.


Homes of Hope
Contact Person:
810-288-7787
Ken@Homes4hope.net
7387 Brewer Road, Flint, MI 48507
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Help provide homes for families in need all around the world.


Hometown Heros of Michigan
Contact Person: Honathan Lemarie
810-538-0282
jlemarie@hometownhhh.com
1681 Woodbridge Park Dr. Lapeer,MI 48446
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Our mission is to provide every individual in need with the appropriate medical equipment and supplies at little to no cost, so that they may lead a healthy and independent lifestyle. Our organization also promotes earth friendly practices through education and recycling.


Homewood Village Genesee Valley
Contact Person: Volunteer Coordinator
810-720-5184
4444 W. Court Street, Flint, 48432
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Homewood Village of Genesee Valley is an assisted living facility in Flint, MI. Homewood Village of Genesee Valley offers activities at their location for residents. These activities generally allow residents to maintain healthy lifestyles by encouraging movement and socializing with their peers.


Hospice of Michigan
Contact Person: Alison Wagner
313-578-6259
awagner@hom.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Volunteers fill many important roles at Hospice of Michigan. Whether it's providing companionship, assisting with daily household activities.


Humane Society of Genesee County
Contact Person: Alexandrea Giguere
810-744-0511
alex.giguere@geneseehumane.org
G-3325 S. Dort Highway, Burton, MI 48519
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Our mission is to provide shelter and adoption of companion animals, reduce over-population, extend humane education, prevent cruelty, and provide those services that promote the goals and policies of The Humane Society of Genesee County (HSGC).


Hurley Medical Center
Contact Person: Lisa Hasselbach
810-262-9152
lhassel1@hurleymc.com
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Keep Genesee County Beautiful
Contact Person:
810-767-9696
1509 E. Court Street, Flint 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Keep Genesee Beautiful is working to encourage, educate and engage residents in creating beautiful, clean and sustainable neighborhoods, parks and open spaces throughout the City of Flint and Genesee County. Our goal is to improve communities, their environment and quality of life, by cultivating personal responsibility in our citizens.


Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 8236
Contact Person: Marion D. Martin
810-732-6848 (810-394-6022-Delores Johnson)
johnsond310@aol.com
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


League of Women Voters (LWV)
Contact Person: Linda Hoff
810-820-0482
lwvflintarea@gmail.com
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

The League is dedicated to ensuring that all eligible voters – particularly those from traditionally underrepresented or underserved communities, including first-time voters, non-college youth, new citizens, minorities, the elderly and low-income Americans – have the opportunity and the information to exercise their right to vote.


Little Lamb's Compassionate Ministries Inc.
Contact Person: Dawn Ramirez
810-732-0480
llcloset@nexuslife.org
2254 S. Dye Rd Flint, MI 48532
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Little Lamb's Closet (LLC) has been providing respite and hope to families in crisis in our community since 2005 when we first first opened our doors to the public. Hope comes through a winter coat, a pair of sandals, a safe bed, an extra blanket, diapers, bottles, or toys to wrap and set under the Christmas tree. Respite comes through a friendly smile, a warm embrace, and hands and hearts to pray.


McLaren Hospice
Contact Person: Matthew Meeuwse
810-496-8757
matthew.meeuwse@mclaren.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

At McLaren Hospice, we focus on the person, not the disease. We provide compassionate, comfort care to patients while also supporting caregivers, family members and friends.


Metro Community Development
Contact Person: Marcus Whetstone
810-767-4622 ext. 34
mwhetstone@metroflint.org
503 S. Saginaw Street Ste.810 Flint,MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Metro Community Development exists to develop affordable and sustainable housing options, to foster collaborative community development initiatives, and to build strong partnerships among leaders and organizations within Flint and Genesee County.


Metro Flint Youth Build
Contact Person:
810-341-1824
2712 N. saginaw St. Flint,MI 48504
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Provides youth ages 16-24 with GED classes and testing, offer post secondary training, job placement, and opportunities for participants to positively impact the community.


Michigan Blood
Contact Person: Jennifer McNalley
989-393-7334
jmcnalley@miblood.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Michigan Blood is an independent, nonprofit blood bank that provides blood for 60 hospitals throughout Michigan.


Michigan Specialized Communications Group
Contact Person:
810-545-7260
PO box 501 Flushing, MI 48433
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Michigan Specialized Communications Group (MSCG) is incorporated as a non-profit corporation under the laws of the State of Michigan. MSCG Inc. is organized


Michigan State University Extenison
Contact Person: Liz Josaitis
810-244-8517
josaitis@anr.msu.edu
605 N. Saginaw suite 1 A Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Mission of Hope
Contact Person: Bobby Jackson
810-423-6677
Bobby@Hope4Flint.org
4618 Roberts St., Flint, MI 48505
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Our Mission is to provide a daytime warming center and other basic services to Flint’s homeless, poor, mentally ill as well as hard to serve adults; through community cooperation we will provide these services in an atmosphere of dignity, hope and unconditional acceptance.


Motherly Intercession
Contact Person: Shirley Cochran
810-424-9909
shirleycochran11@gmail.com
3010 S. Dye Rd. Flint, MI 48507
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Mothery Intercession's mission is to porvide a comprehensive system of support that is designed to break the cycle of intergenerational incarceration, and save the lives of the young innocent children of currently or previously incarcerated mothers or fathers of Flint (Genesee County) Michigan.


My Brother's Keeper
Contact Person: Tryphena Manse
810-234-1163
tryphena.mbk@gmail.com
101 North Grand Traverse Street Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

My Brother’s Keeper Alliance is committed to leading the way to ensure success for all youth, regardless of the zip code into which they were born.


My Dreams Do Come True
Contact Person: Victoria Griggs
810-334-5427
Info@mydreamsdocometrue.org
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Enriching the experiences of young women by providing new or gently used gowns to attend special events. We work to promote the value of education, character development and strength.


Neighborhood Engagement Hub
Contact Person: Hurbert Pitts
810-875-4202
hurbertpitts@yahoo.com
3216 M. L. King Ave., Flint, MI 48504
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Neighborhood Engagement Hub (NEH) is working with neighborhood organizations and residents across Flint to improve our community and quality of life through blight elimination, community and neighborhood development, and education and advocacy.


New Birth Church
Contact Person: Pastor Anthony Harris
810-424-3237
newbirth4church@aol.com
3918 Blackington Ave Flint, MI 48532
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

An Apostolic and Prophetic center that builds, equips, activates, imparts, releases, gathers, restores, and revives. Our vision is to LOVE, LIVE, and LEAD like Christ.


Of Impact
Contact Person:
1-320-634-6760
G-3560 Flushing Road Flint, MI 48504
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

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Old Newsboys
Contact Person: Lisa Kirk
810-744-1840
lisa-kirk@comcast.net
6255 Taylor Drive, Flint, MI 48507
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

The Old Newsboys of Flint is a charitable organization that collects toys and clothes for children around the holday season.


Our Home Transitonal
Contact Person: Carrie Miller
810-309-9822
executivedirector@ourhometransitonal.org
432 N Saginaw St. Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

Our Home Transitional provides various types of assistance to female veterans (i.e. job training and placement, educational training, home placement assistance, and mental and physical healthcare) through other local and national organizations in efforts to help them transition to self-sufficiency in civilian society.


Potter Elementary Community Education
Contact Person: Steven Chybowski
810-516-9760 (Cell)
schybowski@crim.org
2500 N. Averill Ave, Flint, MI 48506
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph

The Staff of Potter Elementary School, in partnership with parents and community, is committed to providing an environment in which all students experience academic successes.


Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church
Contact Person: Brenda Brown
810238-3076
bbbrown9836@gmail.com
1417 Steveson Street Flint, MI 48504
Student/Class Potential: P. Nulph


Project Linus
Contact Person: Pam Braden
810-659-6570
pjoy1082@att.net
221 Luce Avenue, Flushing, MI 48433
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts of new, handmade blankets and afghans, lovingly created by volunteer “blanketeers.”


REACH- Traverse Place
Contact Person: Holly Huestis
810-233-8700
reachtraverseplace@gmail.com
914 Church St. Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Our organization provides a vital 24 hour / 7 days a week refuge for children, teens and families in crisis. We offer human services including shelter, safety, and counseling to immediately help those in need.


Red Ink Flint
Contact Person: Mike Wright
810-280-1010
mike@thewrightangle.org
124 W. First Street Flint, MI 48505
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Red Ink Flint is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that seeks to develop community engagement and economic revitalization through the arts, develop a spirit of entrepreneurship in local youth, and engage members of the local community to improve their quality of life.


Reverence Home Health & Hospice
Contact Person: Margo Russell
989-280-9599
margo.russell@reverencehomehealth.org
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

We are inspired to provide innovative home-based care in Michigan that connects patients, families and caregivers in the most profound, healing ways.


Richfield Public School Academy
Contact Person: Joni Clemons
810-736-7149 ext.224
jclemons@richfieldpsa.org
4358 Richfield Rd. Flint, MI 48506
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

The mission of Richfield Public School Academy is to create a high standard of academic excellence where all students can grow and become life-long learners.


RSVP ( Retired & Senior Volunteer Program)
Contact Person: Loraine Travis
810-600-0619
rsvp@valleyaaa.org
225 E 5th St, Suite 200 Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

RSVP is one of the largest volunteer networks in the nation for people 55 and over. You can use the skills and talents you’ve learned over the years, or develop new ones while serving in a variety of volunteer activities within your community.


Runner3
Contact Person: Kirk Wiley
810-241-5947
kirk.wiley@thephxway.com
11089 Whispering Ridge Trail Fenton, MI 48430
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

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Ruth Mott Foundation Applewood Estate
Contact Person: Linda Bedtelyon
810-396-3108 or Mary 396-3110
Lbedtelyon@rmfdn.org or msteelman@
1400 East Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

The Ruth Mott Foundation’s mission is to advocate, stimulate, and support community vitality. Our commitment is to base the Foundation in its home community of Flint, Michigan. The Foundation envisions communities of hope and pride, whose neighborhood environments and urban core are safe, attractive and healthy, enriched by cultural diversity and an engaged citizenry.


Salvation Army
Contact Person: Lydia Sanchez-Roat
810-600-4497 (cell: 810-869-8711)
lydia_sanchez-roat@usc.salvationarmy.org
211 W. Kearsley St., Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Our message is based on the Bible, our ministry is motivated by the love of God, and our mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ as we meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Every program we offer is rooted in our passion to serve God by serving the lost, the vulnerable, the needy, the poor, the hurting, the helpless, and the hopeless.


Shelter of Flint
Contact Person: Liz Ruediger
810-238-4711 Liz Ruediger 810-600-4537
lruediger@shelterofflint.org
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Integrating programs and services with safe, affordable housing to help low income and homeless individuals and families achieve independence and stability.


Sloan Museum and Longway Planetarium
Contact Person: Laurie Bone
810-237-3400
lbone@sloanlongway.org
1310 E. Kearslet St. Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day


The Green Union
Contact Person: Courtney Highfield
517-420-1873
courtneythink@gmail.com
5411 N Saginaw Street Mount Morris, MI 48505
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

The Green Union is a 501c3 non profit focused on arts, education and entertainment.


The Medical Team - Hospice
Contact Person: Crystal Yaconiello
810-280-4844
CYaconiello@medteam.com
4400 S. Saginaw, Suite 1300, Flint, MI 48507
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Our mission is to provide high-quality, cost-effective healthcare services that are responsive to the needs of our patients and clients. Our vision is to serve as the healthcare provider of choice within the communities we serve.


The New Standard Academy PTO
Contact Person:
810-394-8688
2040 W. Capenter Rd. Flint, MI 48505
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Serving the city of Flint with a higher standard in educational excellence and community wellness.


Toys for Tots - Genesee County
Contact Person: Gary Stanley
810-715-4401
toys4totsflint@aol.com
(or Vicky Muckenthaler) - 4425 S. Saginaw St., Flint
Service Saturday Potential: YES
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Toys for Tots is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas.


United Way of Genesee County
Contact Person: Jennifer McArdle
810-762-5825
jmcardle@unitedwaygenesee.org
111 E. Court St., Suite 3A, Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every community.



Contact Person: Mary Bishop
810-762-5820
mbishop@unitedwaygenesee.org
111 E. Court St., Suite 3A, Flint, MI 48502
Service Saturday Potential: VITA and Genesee County Tax Coalition (Alana Ferguson)
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day


Valley Area Agency on Aging
Contact Person:
810-239-7671
225 E 5th St, Suite 200 Flint, MI 48502
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

VAAA provides answers, action and advocacy on care for the elderly and disabled adults of Genesee, Lapeer, and Shiawassee Counties, by enhancing lives, empowering choice, sustaining independence and supporting caregivers and families.


Volunteers of America
Contact Person: Sarah Coulter
810-223-0420
scoulter@voami.org
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Volunteers of America Michigan provides help for the homeless, food for the hungry, employment and shelter for veterans, housing for poor seniors, and a helping hand for struggling families.


Weiss Child Advocacy Center
Contact Person: Jean Douglas
810-238-3333 ext. 4
jean@weissadvocacycenter.org
515 east street Flint, MI 48503
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Weiss Child Advocacy Center works to intervene the alarming number of children who are victims of abuse by education, empowering, and enlighten the community, school aged children and parents about prevention factors.


Wellness Services
Contact Person: Teresa Springer
810-232-0888
tspringer@wellnessaids.org
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

The Safe Space is a drop in center located in Downtown, Flint. It a safe space where LGBT youth can drop-in and hang out, attend an informational workshop, join our “Healthy ME” series, help plan events, get tested for HIV or other STIs or just get on the computer and watch some television.


Western and Southern life
Contact Person: Tricia Truett
9889-792-9861 ext. 20500
northernmichigan.mi@wslife.com
2544 N. Mcleod Dr. Saginaw, MI 48604
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day


Whaley Children's Center
Contact Person: Ashleigh Sanders
810-234-3603 x110
asanders@whaleychildren.org
1201 N. Grand Traverse Street, Flint, MI 48503
Service Saturday Potential: YES
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Whaley Children’s Center provides tools to children and families who have experienced trauma to reach their full potential. Through dynamic leadership and dedicated staff and volunteers, Whaley Children’s Center will be a source of hope, care, and treatment to Michigan’s abused, neglected, and at-risk children and families.


Whaley Historic House Museum
Contact Person: Samantha Engel
810-471-4714
director@whaleyhouse.com
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Our mission is to encourage, coordinate, and bring about a greater public interest in our heritage and, in particular, that of Flint, Michigan; to assist any organization in Genesee County of Michigan. whose particular purpose is consistent with this association; and to restore the house and property to the period in which the Whaley Family resided in the House.


WOW Outreach
Contact Person: Trythena Clarke
810-789-7700 (Kenyetta Dotson 8106106527)
workintwogether@gmail.com
6202 Dupont Street, Flint, MI 48505
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

The mission of WOW is, “To Create a Community with a ZEROTolerance for Violence”. WOW connects families in urban communities with vital resources, strengthens the relationship of community leaders, bridges gap between law enforcement and community.


Young Karate-Ka Association
Contact Person: Dora King
810-785-5505
kingkarate@sbcglobal.net
G-5339 N. Saginaw Flint, MI 48505
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

The purpose of Youth Karate-Ka Association is to encourage and provide a place for at-risk youth to be trained and educated in the martial arts and healthy life choices.


Young People's Ballet Theatre
Contact Person: Jennifer Wiley
810-730-9667
jwiley@ypbt.org
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

Young people's ballet theatre enriches, inspires, and transforms our community through exceptional dance training and performance,


YWCA of Greater Flint
Contact Person: Kanisha Clemons
810-238-7621
kanishaclemons@ywcaflint.org
Student/Class Potential: MLK Day

YWCA works every day to eliminate racism and empower women. Through advocacy and local programming, we create real change for women and families in our community.


August 24, 2018
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