A Time to Help Event: Lighthouse of Oakland County

Oct 27, 2009 | News | 0 comments


Date:  November 7, 2009

Time:  9:00 a.m. – Noon

Project:  Volunteers will be doing various jobs ranging from outside yard work to small clean-up and maintenance jobs.  We will also be "sprucing" up several homes in the neighborhood that Lighthouse is getting ready to rent.   Please dress appropriately for weather conditions.



Lighthouse of Oakland County
46156 Woodward Ave.
Pontiac, MI  48342

Parking:  There is a lot at Lighthouse Building to park in

Items to Bring:   If you are able, please bring rakes, work gloves, and trimmers. 


To sign up visit www.volunteerimpact.org or e-mail Project Coordinator, Marci Fitch, at marcif6@gmail.com or call Marci at 248-506-5114. 

If you sign up you will not receive a call back.  Assume you are confirmed for the day.


Lighthouse of Oakland County, Inc. (LOC) has been providing services to low-income families in Oakland County since 1972. What began as an effort to provide food and clothing from the back door of a local church has grown into a family of agencies providing a full range of services designed to move people from crisis and instability to self-sufficiency and independence. 

Lighthouse believes in people and their capacity to improve their lives. It empowers people to develop their potential and strengthen their communities by encouraging innovation and leadership, maximizing resources, and promoting cooperation among all Lighthouse constituencies. 



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