The Christmas Blessing Project
Livingston County bringing hope and help to our County's vulnerable senior citizens!
Bless Others During the Holidays!
Christmas is a time of wonder and joy for most of us. However, many of the seniors that Livingston County Catholic Charities (LCCC) serves through our annual Christmas Blessing project, a community supported project, are homebound and low-income. Winter months are a tough time of year for our vulnerable seniors who have to contend with higher utility costs that affect their ability to purchase food or life-saving medications on their limited incomes. We often hear, too, that they feel forgotten during this time of year and are so overjoyed when they receive their special Christmas delivery.
LCCC Board of Directors and co-workers have seen a tremendous outpouring of love and help through generous donations of funds, items and through volunteer time for our annual Christmas Blessing project. This project brings help, hope and love to local homebound and low-income seniors.
We gratefully share the list of the many sponsors and donors and hope that you will support them in return. We are stronger as a community when we work together and support each other. This is an example of true collaboration between the community, LCCC and many other concerned individuals and organizations. We are truly thankful for this support on behalf of the people that we serve. Thank you and God Bless!
Items for the Christmas Blessing project were lovingly provided by:
Julie Amman, John & Kathi Backhuus, Roben Baker, Brighton District Library, Roger & Rosemary Cahaney, Carlos & Donna Chacon, Costco Wholesale, Dearborn Hams, Jennifer Douglas, Dennis & Mary Edoff, Extreme Machines, Ron & Darcyne Foldenauer, Fowlerville Business Association, Eugene Gierlach, Griffith Realty, Anthony Groves, Habitat for Humanity, Hamburg Senior Center, Kristy Hancock, Hartland Senior Center, Holy Spirit Catholic School Families, Holy Spirit K of C #7891, Mark Hoornstra, Inn at the Canyons, Irv & Julie Karwick, Kem Krest, Kensington Woods Schools, Linda & Gary Kinneer, Bette Klann, Gary Kozyra, Bob & Kay Kuch, Tony & Meghan Kuch, Frank & Paula Krupansky, Maureen Kunz, Rob and Debbie Kwapisz, Amy Lamoreaux, Barbara & Timothy LaRouere, Chris Larson, Kate Lawrence, Light of the World Academy, Livingston County Catholic Charities Office Staff, Livingston County Women’s Chorus, Marion Township Hall, Chuck & Mary McFadden, Charlie McNulty, Michigan Sports Academy Livingston, Susan & Terry Morse, Linda Myers, Navigator School, David Park, Pathfinder School, Joan & Dale Pepper, Pinckney Senior Center, Prayer Shawl Ministry, Jim & Charlotte Ratke, Robert & Cathryn Phillps, Michael & Joleen Rebarchik, Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church, St. Agnes Christian Services, St. Agnes Parishioners, St. Augustine Parishioners, St. Augustine Catholic School Families, St. Augustine Church, St. Vincent DePaul Conference, St. John Parishioners, St. Joseph Catholic School Families, St. Mary Catholic School Families, St. Patrick Catholic Church, St. Patrick Parishioners, St. Patrick Women’s Prayer Group, Kathy Smith, Fr. Nathaniel Sokol, Gerald Solai, Trinity Health Family Medicine Residency Program, United Way, Nancy Wakeman, Mary Ann & Kim Weddle, Jerry & Vicki Weyland, Chris & Dennis Wysocki, Linda Zaremba and several anonymous donors.