Caregiver Fair 2015
Our 7th Annual Caregiver Fair is scheduled for Saturday, May 16 at Brighton High School. Governmental and private companies will be on site to share information on assistance for caregivers, be they spouse, sibling, children, disabled, or neighbor in need. We will also have three breakout sessions for more detailed information. Watch this site for updates and we'll plan to see you there! ☺
Consortium Member Mark Swanson receives award
In a new collaborative effort between the Consortium and local attorney Nancy Nawrocki, Mark Swanson was awarded the first annual Livingston County Commitment to Caring Award for "commitment, care and service to the Livingston County Senior Community." Along with the award, Ms. Nawrocki presented a check for $500 to be directed to a charity of Swanson's choice.
Consortium Fall 2014 Grants
The Consortium awarded $6,692.70 to seven applicants in it's 2014 Fall grant cycle.
This Fall's awardees included:
Brighton District Library $400
Hartland Senior Center $1,125
VINA Dental Clinic $1,500
Visually Impaired and Blind Of Livingston County $1,000
Livingston Catholic Charities $1,000
Putnam Township Senior Center $967.70
Big Brothers & Sisters of Livingston County $700
Summary: Seven applications were received, requesting $9352.70. Four applicants received full funding, three received partial funding. Including this cycle, the Consortium has now awarded over $50,000 to 25 area agencies in four years.
Regular meetings of the Consortium on Aging
The Consortium meets the third Thursday of most months.
2:30-4:00 pm Business at hand 4:00-4:30 pm Networking
Next meeti Thursday, March 19 , 2015
Location: White Pine Rehabilitation and Care Center
3003 W. Grand River, Howell, MI
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, at no cost, with a common goal of supporting our mission.
Outreach efforts include sponsoring two annual events, publication of two resource guides, and the awarding of grants to area nonprofits addressing identified needs for area seniors.