Grantee Info

Albion District Library

Cindy Stanczak, Director



Homer Township Library

Trixie McMeeting, Director



Homer Caring & Sharing Network

102 W. Main St., Homer, MI 49245



Charitable Union

www.charitableunion.org



Marshall High School 
Scott Hutchinson, Principal



Food Bank of South Central Michigan

(269) 964-3663


Fountain Clinic

Mary Jo Byrne, Director


​​Community Action Agency

"Walk for Warmth"

(269) 965-7766


First United Methodist Church 
Jeremy Williams, Fiduciary

Current Grants Under Contract

Albion District Library "Early Childhood Literacy" project

Teaching children basic reading skills while teaching parents how to become their child's first teacher. 


Homer Township Library "Early Childhood Literacy" project

Teaching children basic reading skills while teaching parents how to become their child's first teacher. 


Homer Caring & Sharing Network

Providing residents of Homer with basic, free, household items, along with offering basic social service referrals and food baskets to needy families


Charitable Union "Free Clothing Drops" project

Serving working adults, school children, and senior citizens with good quality, clean used clothing in Albion and Homer.

 

Marshall High School "Meals of Hope" project

Bringing 50,000 prepackaged food baskets to the local community, while teaching high school students about civic duty, volunteerism, and poverty.


Food Bank of South Central Michigan
Supporting the emergency food assistance needs of residents in Albion and Homer.

Fountain Clinic
Supporting the basic health needs of residents in Albion and Homer


Community Action Agency "Walk for Warmth"

Yearly financial assistance that supports emergency utility assistance for residents of Albion and Homer, MI


First United Methodist Church "Healthy Baby Day"
Supporting healthy parent-child interactions and development

There are certain things we all need to live more whole lives - a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health.  We will address these issues while continuing to provide a safety net for our community's basic needs. Our goal is to create long-lasting changes that prevent problems from happening in the first place. We invite you to be part of the change. 


Together, united, we can inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow. That's what it means to LIVE UNITED!

What We’re Doing

Albion-Homer United Way
Serving Albion and Homer Michigan since February 19, 1965