Available once a month and in emergencies, a broad selection of healthy foods is provided, including fresh produce, meats, canned vegetables and fruits along with cooking and baking ingredients.
Emergency Financial Assistance
We can support various types of hardships, such as, evictions or utility shut-off if a casework assessment indicates a need.
Donated clean clothing is available to clients and rotated based on the season. Winter coats, boots, hats and gloves are often provided through volunteer run coat drives.
Our Caseworkers complete assessments, provide advocacy, and they network with other agencies to maximize needed assistance for clients.
Tutoring by volunteers, in core subjects (K thru 12), is available for all Huron Valley Schools students who participate in the Federal Lunch Program. It is not necessary to be a client family to take advantage of this service. Assistance is also provided to adults preparing for their GED. Ind addition, a team of volunteer tutors provide homework assistance to children, after school, each week.
When a child is identified by school staff as needing services, Community Sharing is available to answer questions and provide assistance.
Summer Lunch Program
Community Sharing offers lunch packages at our pantry during the summer months for children in need.
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Focus: HOPE - Low income seniors, 60 years and older, who are eligible for Focus:HOPE may use Community Sharing as their pick-up site.
The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) - TEFAP is a program of the U.S. Department of Agriculture which provides additional food, on a quarterly basis, for Community Sharing clients.
Gleaner's Mobile Food Pantry - Families identified by Huron Valley School District can receive food from the Gleaners Mobil Food Pantry, via Community Sharing, through the School Voucher Program.