HERE ARE SOME OF OUR ONGOING SUPPORTIVE EFFORTS OF CARING IN PAST YEARS.
By dialing 2.1.1. Individuals and families in the general area can get assistancefor shelter, food, medicine, clothing or for some other critical need.
Lansing MI Shelter:
Housed 275 (200 children) and provided 6,000 meals.
Charlotte MI Shelter:
Housed 475 (230 children) and provided 19,000 meals.
Grand Ledge MI Agency:
Provided assistance for food, shelter or medicine for 1200 adults and 900 children.
Child and Family Services:
Provided foster care, special needs adoption support services,transitional living services, mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment services, pregnant teen care, child abuse prevention services, and truancy reduction.
Eaton Rapids MI Food Bank:
Provided food for 111,450 meals to 2088 adults and 1627 children.
Resolution Restorative Justice:
A program within the Restorative Justice Agency, that works largely in Michigan schools to resolve antagonisms resulting from bulling, misunderstandings or ongoing conflicts among students.
Alcohol Awareness Committee:
Seeks to raise awareness among students attending schools in the Mid-Michigan area about the dangers of drugs/alcohol.
Grand Ledge Alliance:
Provides education on substance abuse to all athletes in the Grand Ledge MI School District and elicits a pledge from each student against drugs and alcohol as condition for representing a school in an athletic contest.
The Caring Neighbor Foundation (CNF) is the cooperative effort of caring neighbors to alleviate the suffering of fellow neighbors who are experiencing hard times. Caring is the fertile soil from which our community grows and prospers. No one directly involved in the CNF receives any compensation other than what comes from caring for one another and for neighbors who are hurting.
Although the Caring Neighbor Foundation began in Michigan, its arena of growth is the world because neighbors include everyone and the needs of each are the same: decent food, shelter, clothing, education, health care and especially the need to be treated with worth and dignity.
Our primary goal is connecting neighbor with neighbor to open up new worlds of life as a life in isolation withers like a severed branch. Caring about the neighbor is the key for connecting one neighbor with another. For this reason the Foundation has become involved in a wide range of caring initiatives. These include: education of youth regarding the need for caring, sheltering homeless individuals and families, providing meals, stocking pantries, employment counseling, medicine, domestic violence reduction programs, reduce or eliminate drug abuse among young athletes, resolution of conflict among youth, anti-bullying projects and, in general, facilitating the connection between resource and a neighbor in need.
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