#iCareMI With The Children’s Foundation & WLLZ

WLLZ and The Children’s Foundation are partnering for the #iCareMI campaign. We are working together to raise funds to impact the most vulnerable children and families with the most need during the COVID-19 crisis.

Funds will be used to assist community organizations to provide urgent needs and services to the children and families they serve. This includes food, diapers and formula, learning and activity kits, technology to transition mental health in-person visits to telehealth and more.

Soon, we will transition into living a new normal that will reveal unmet needs we’ve yet to identify – and then, funds will help communities to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.​

Want to help? There are two way to donate!

​Visit: YourChildrensFoundation.org

Text iCare to 76278​​​ *Standard text message and data rates may apply

Can't make a donation but want to show your support? Share a helping hand for the #iCareMI campaign by marking the city you on your very own map of Michigan . For every post with the hashtag, The Michigan State University Credit Union will donate $1.00 to the collaborative @Children’s Foundation and WLLZ #iCareMI campaign!

Powered By: The Michigan State University Credit Union

About The Children’s Foundation:

The Children’s Foundation, an independent community foundation for children, is the largest funder dedicated solely to advancing the health and wellness of children in the state of Michigan and beyond. Through fundraising, grant-making and advocacy The Children’s Foundation enables researchers and community organizations to identify and implement innovations capable of advancing children’s health and wellness. Since 2011, the Foundation has distributed more than 58 million dollars in grant funding to more than 75 partners throughout the state. Current initiatives of The Children’s Foundation include Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, The Jamie Daniels Foundation and the Paul W. Smith Golf Classic. Current areas of focus for the Foundation include mental health, nutritional wellness, abuse and neglect, oncology and cardiology research and injury prevention. Learn more at www.YourChildrensFoundation.org.

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