Notice: Temporary Procedures & Operations During Pandemic
See Operating Hours Below
- Clients will pick-up food curbside. Enter parking lot and you will be directed.
- Pet food will be curbside as a part of food pick-up.
- Emergency assistance will continue to be available.
- The Clothing Closet is temporarily closed.
- FOOD DONATIONS ACCEPTED.
Financial difficulties may contribute to hunger and malnutrition. We are ready to assist qualified individuals and families. You can determine your eligibility now.
There are many ways you can donate to help individuals and families in need. Cash donations, food or clothing, anything you can provide is always welcomed.
Participate to help us continue providing services. Attend a fundraiser, grow extra produce, hold a drive, volunteer - there are so many ways. Find one that fits for you.
The five ways your donation assists struggling families in the
Huron Valley School District.
A broad selection of food is provided once per month and in emergency situations. Fresh produce, meats, canned vegetables and fruits, along with cooking and baking ingredients, are among the foods available.
Clothing Closet Temporarily Closed
Gently used clean clothing is available to clients and their children on a monthly basis. Because we are sensitive to the needs of our clients we rotate clothing based on the season. Winter coats, boots, hats and gloves are often provided through special winter clothing drives.
Emergency Financial Assistance
We understand that hardships may arise, such as evictions or utility shut-off. Caseworkers are available to meet with individuals to assess and determine if Community Sharing can help and/or other community agencies can assist.
Educational Assistance - Suspended
Tutoring is available for any Huron Valley School student (K thru 12) who participates in the Federal Lunch Program. It is not necessary to be a client family to take advantage of this opportunity. Assistance can also be provided to adults preparing for their GED.
Caseworkers are trained and equipped to complete assessments in financial emergencies. They also provide advocacy within the community and network with other agencies to maximize assistance for clients.