Non-Profit Partners

Albion Healthcare Alliance The Albion-Homer United Way has supported the efforts of the Albion Healthcare Alliance to provide quality health care access to everyone in our community, irrespective of ability to pay for care. Our last contribution to this agency was in 2010.
Albion Interfaith Ministry

Phone: (517) 629-5260

Open: Fridays 10-2 PM, Mon & Wed 10 -4 PM    AIM is a local, volunteer, non-profit cooperative effort of some of the churches in Albion to provide emergency aid to people in the Albion area,. Emergency assistance can be emergency food baskets, utilities assistance, and other social services as needed by the client. The Albion-Homer United Way dedicates at least 10% of its annual revenues to supporting this agency.
Albion Public School “Wildcat Garden:” The Albion “Wildcat Garden” is a collaboration between Albion College and the students of the Albion Public Schools. Children learn how to grow, tend, prepare, and sell vegetables grown in the “Wildcat Garden”. The Albion-Homer United Way currently supports this program in our community.
City of Albion Recreation Department The Albion Recreation Department ​​provides recreational programs to all segments of the community. The Albion-Homer United Way has supported the Rec Department, year over year, to provide quality programs to a variety of children in our community. We currently provide funding to support after school and summer recreational programs located at the Albion Public Schools.
Boy Scouts of America The Boy Scouts of America provides young men with opportunities to build character and  trains them in the responsibilities of participatory citizenship. The Boy Scouts of Albion and Homer are the primary benefactees of the Albion-Homer United Way’s contributions to the Boy Scouts of America.
First United Methodist Church “Healthy Baby Day” Healthy Babies Day has been celebrated in Albion for more than 20 years. It provides education and new baby items to expectant mothers and to those mothers with a baby under the age of one. The Albion-Homer United Way is an active supporter of this vital program in our community. Click here to reach the Healthy Baby Day Facebook page.
Food Bank of South Central Michigan The Food Bank’s mission is to feed hungry people by collecting and distributing food and grocery products, advocating for hunger-relief programs and collaborating with others who address basic human needs. The Albion-Homer United Way contributes at least 10% of its yearly revenues to the Food Bank, who then distributes to the food pantries located in our communities of Albion and Homer, MI.
The Forks Senior Center The Forks Senior Center provides a gathering place for active seniors over 50 years of age who live in the greater Albion area, Homer, Springport, Marshall, and surrounding communities. The Albion-Homer United Way contributes to senior wellness and Silver Sneakers-type physical activity programs at the Forks Senior Center each year.
The Fountain Clinic The Fountain Clinic is a medical clinic established to help those who are uninsured and under insured, who cannot afford needed medical care. The Albion-Homer United Way currently provides nearly 5% of its yearly revenues to the Fountain Clinic in order to provide prescription assistance to needy residents living in Albion and Homer.
Girl Scouts of America The Girl Scouts of America builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. The Girl Scout troops in Albion and Homer are the primary benefactees of the Albion-Homer United Way’s contributions to the Girl Scouts of America
Homer Sharing & Caring Network

Phone: (517) 568-7336

The Homer Caring & Sharing Network is an emergency assistance office located in Homer MI. It functions to provide emergency food, clothing, and housewares to needy residents in Homer. The Albion-Homer United Way contributes at least 5% of its annual revenues to supporting this agency.
Homer Fire Department The Homer, Michigan Fire Department, serving the village of Homer and provides mutual aid to nearby fire departments, provides free smoke detectors and life saving educational programs in the community. The Fire Department is currently a recipient of a grant from the Albion-Homer United Way.
Homer School District The Homer School District educates the children of the village of Homer. During the summer, the Homer School District provides the children of Homer with summer recreational programs. The Albion-Homer United Way currently supports these summer programs.
Homer School Nurse Clinic The Homer School District currently offers nursing services to the children of Homer through a grant provided by the Albion-Homer United Way.
Albion College Big Read Program Albion College, in partnership with the Albion District Library and the Albion Public Schools is coordinating a Big Read program in Albion, This year long program provides the community an opportunity to dialog and learn together through the discussion and review of a single, community-read novel.  The Albion-Homer United Way has contributed three percent of its 2015 funds to supporting this program.
Kids “N’ Stuff Children’s Museum Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum provides fun, hands-on learning experiences for all children and families through interactive exhibits and programs. The Albion-Homer United Way has provided grant-funding to the museum for educational programming to children.
S.A.F.E. Place Children’s Program The S.A.F.E. Place Children’s Program provides one-on-one and group therapy for children from households suffering from domestic violence.  The Albion-Homer United Way supports this program and others from its revenues, annually.
Community Action Agency, Battle Creek, MI Walk for Warmth is Community Action’s annual fundraiser for household utility relief such as: deliverable fuel, metered gas or elect. The Albion-Homer United Way currently supports the Walk for Warmth with an annual contribution of nearly four percent our annual revenues.