#Charituesday – Vista Maria vs. Covenant House Michigan


Join us in participating with this week’s #Charituesday contest!  We’ve chosen two non-profit organizations from the Fox 2 Gift Giving Guide for a chance to win a $1,000 gift certificate to Gardner-White!  No matter what, both organizations will receive at least a $500 gift certificate to Gardner-White – however – the winning organization will receive a $1,000 gift certificate!  Vote for your favorite organization below and join us by donating benefit to our community. #GWCommunityHelp

(VOTE ONCE PER DAY FROM 7/12/16 AT 10:00 A.M. THROUGH 7/19/16 AT 10 A.M.)

Vista Maria
Vista Maria is one of Michigan’s oldest and largest private, non-profit residential treatment agencies for girls suffering from abuse, neglect and trauma. The agency is located on a 37-acre campus in Dearborn Heights and includes five residential halls, two state-of-the-art mental health centers, two alternative education charter schools, a transitional housing dorm and program, a health clinic, and recreational facilities. Vista Maria provides a comprehensive continuum of care that includes highly individualized, specialty, residential treatment programs for girls ages 11-18 as well as mixed gender community-based programs, focused on high-risk youth from the ages of 0 to 24.

Vista Maria is currently looking for one-on-one mentors for their residential programming. Mentors can expect to spend one hour a week with one of Vista Maria’s young ladies (age 11 to 18) and can expect a 6 to 9 month commitment. Mentors will become a positive adult role model and help the young ladies build self confidence and move along their path to success. Schedules are flexible. Trainings for mentors are also available. Mentors should be female, age 20 and up. All mentoring will occur on Vista Maria’s campus.

Covenant House Michigan
Covenant House Michigan is a faith-based non-profit organization that provides shelter, educational and vocational programs, and other support services to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth (18-24).

Help is needed with clothing closet, garage projects, clerical/office duties, special events, tutoring, fitness classes, arts and crafts, job readiness, advocacy, mentoring, etc. The community is invited to share its talents and gifts with the organization’s young people.

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