United Way Needs Volunteers

Feb. 10, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News


Plymouth Community United Way are looking for energized volunteers to help with snow removal for the seniors or disabled.

PCUW supports local food pantries, distributes food through the Emergency Food Assistance Program, collects necessities for the homeless, organizes drives, funds emergency dental assistance, funds rental & utility assistance, and partners with the Human Services Collaborative.

The Plymouth chapter also supports a number of local agencies and programs that provide comprehensive services to those in need including quality housing options for adults with developmental disabilities, autism programs, the fight against human trafficking, grief services, veterans program, and funds various programs that enhance the quality of life for senior citizens.

In addition, the United Way charity established in 1944 during world War II, organizes and supports back to school needs, funds the Champions Program at Starkweather, supports early literacy programs, supports the P-CEP Student United Way, funds reading and math programs, supports tutoring programs and summer library camp field trips, and supports youth life skills programming.

Interested volunteers are asked to contact the Plymouth Community United Way, 960 W. Ann Arbor Trail, #2, Plymouth, MI 48170,  (734) 453-6879 or contact sarah.scholl@pcuw.org, or, chris.miller@pcuw.org.


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