The Livingston County Consortium on Aging provides for collaboration, advocacy and communication between agencies and persons concerned with the provision of services to all aging adults.
Who We Are
The Consortium is a 501(c)3 non-profit collaborative group representing public agencies, private businesses and individuals interested in addressing the needs of the county’s aging citizens.
Membership is open to any interested parties, with a common goal of supporting our mission.
Outreach efforts include sponsoring two annual events and the awarding of grants to area nonprofits addressing identified needs for area seniors.
2019 Grant Recipients
Cromaine Library was awarded $100 for the Fun and Good Health Program.
Fowlerville Senior Center was awarded $900 for Senior Center improvements.
The Guest House of Fowlerville was awarded $1000 for the mission of providing no-cost hospice support.
Hartland Senior Center was awarded $750 to enhance the fitness program.
Livingston County Senior Nutrition was awarded $750 for Blizzard Emergency Bags.
OLHSA was awarded $500 for the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren expansion into Livingston County.
Putnam Senior Center was awarded $900 for a new refrigerator.
VINA Dental was awarded $500 for their Senior Hygiene discount program.