Get Involved2019-09-30T15:52:30-05:00

Get Involved

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: indeed, it’s the only thing that ever had.”
– Margaret Mead

It is our intent to connect the talents and generosity of community members with those individuals in need. There are many opportunities to join us.


Combine your special talent, interests or skills with others. Together we can change lives. Contact our office by phone or send an email to let us know what you can do to assist or to find out more about our current initiatives.


Donations of goods, services and time are needed. Call our office to find out about our current programs and find out how you can get involved. We maintain a wish list and can help you either pick a need from the list or find a willing recipient for your generous donation. Monetary donations are great appreciated and allow us to meet emergency needs and fill-in gaps for our honorees. Your donation is tax-deductible and will be greatly appreciated.


We want to connect with like- minded individuals, groups, businesses and organizations. We can help turn ideas into reality.


Share this website, our Facebook page and the stories on our Celebrations and Events pages with your friends and family to help us spread the word about our work.

Special thanks to

Margaret Branner
Leo Capozzoli
Paul Carryer
Mary Denning’s Cake Shoppe
Detroit Popcorn Company
Detroit Swing Club
Garden City Chapter of the American Legion Freedom Riders
The Information Center, Inc.
Bob Lowe
Lori Morrison
Odyssey HealthCare

Plymouth Furniture Refinishing
Plymouth Christian Academy Choir
Ribar Floral Company
Audry Schieble
Seasons Hospice
weets 21
Angela Stewart
Patricia Vergelt
Dorothy Waddell
Jill Andra Young


Helping individual’s special dreams and wishes come true. Focused, individual efforts result in a more personal relationship with persons facing challenges in their lives. We strive to celebrate the lives of those individuals in a way that is appropriate for that person.

“Instead of asking yourself what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you come alive, and then go do that.

Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”

– Howard Thurman

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