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Northville Civic Concern is an all-volunteer organization whose purpose is to help those in need with food. The food is distributed on the second and fourth Friday of the month, from 10:00am to 1:00pm, at the offices at 42951 Seven Mile Road. Civic Concern services approximately 100 families in the city of Northville and Northville Township, as well as Focus Hope recipients.
Civic Concern is funded primarily by the contributions of Northville community residents. In addition to monetary contributions, Civic Concern accepts donations of canned goods, cereal, paper products, soap and cleaning items, and baby products. Due to the organization’s 501c status, all donations are tax deductible.
Monetary contributions can be mailed to Northville Civic Concern, P.O. Box 323, or delivered to 42951 Seven Mile Road, Northville, Michigan, 48167. For additional information, please call 248-344-1033. Your call will be returned promptly.
The Northville Chapter of the Lion's Club meets every second and fourth Monday of the month in the Cady Inn at the Mill Race Village, located on Griswold Avenue in the City of Northville. Presently, there are approximately 20 members who work to help those with sight and hearing disabilities. The Lions Club is most visible in the month of April when they conduct their "White Cane" drive. It is at this time the members are seen at busy intersections soliciting contributions for their cause. In addition to this activity, the Lion's Club sponsors the Leader Dog School in Rochester, Michigan, purchases glasses for children of poor families, and assists in testing newborns for hearing and sight deficiencies. For additional information, please contact Barbara Morgan at 248-348-9075.
The Mothers’ Club is a group of 35 dynamic women working to help Northville school children excel by providing enrichment materials and opportunities.
Recent contributions include:
In 1935, a group of 12 women decided to meet regularly for enlightenment and social activities. During the Depression of the 1930’s, the Mothers’ Club held a fundraiser to purchase milk for school children to drink with their lunches.
The Club’s fundraising has now grown to three events each year, enabling the Club to donate approximately $30,000 annually to student enrichment programs and activities.
Mothers’ Club performs service projects at the public school buildings on a rotating cycle, working at two or three schools each year.
If you would like to attend a Mothers’ Club meeting or would like more information, please contact:
The Northville Community Foundation was organized for the purpose of enhancing the community by promoting historical preservation, the arts, community education, and cultural events. The Foundation is a tax-exempt charitable organization, authorized to receive and administer endowment and other funds from individuals, businesses, professional and corporate sponsors. Donations to the Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Annual events sponsored by the Northville Community Foundation include the Independence Day Parade, Golf Classic, Prayer Breakfast, and Holiday Home Tour. For further information regarding the events or the endowments, please contact the Northville Community Foundation at 18600 Northville Road, Suite 275, Northville, Michigan 48167, 248-374-0200.
was created for men and women who feel they must live for more than
themselves alone. It is an outlet for service that enriches the lives of
its members and brings the realization that existence can never be
worthwhile until it is shared with others through acts of service.
If you are interested in serving the Northville community, and having fun at the same time, then please consider learning more about the Kiwanis Club of Northville and joining us. The word “Kiwanis” comes from the native tongue, and means “we have fun” or “we make noise.” Kiwanis members have fun, form enduring friendships, render altruistic service, and build better communities. We do this at our Wednesday luncheon meetings, during committee meetings, and volunteering for many other activities.
We very much welcome your interest in Kiwanis. To learn more, please contact our Club President, Dan Ferrara, at email@example.com.
How to become a member:
Those who wish to join our club must be in good standing in the community and must be at least 18 years old. Our noon meetings, held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month at Northville Sports Den, are an excellent forum for prospective members to meet other members, officers, and directors. The club covers the cost of one meal for each prospective member.
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Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.
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