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Our 5 Community Partners in Pontiac are non-profit organizations who are changing lives and improving circumstances for those they serve. We are committed to helping their mission and walking along side them in as many ways as we can. They provide many opportunities for service that include short-term, “one and done” events and longer term projects that include utilizing participants’ professional skills.
For over 35 years the Baldwin Center has been providing critical services to the under served population in the City of Pontiac Michigan and the surrounding area. The Center feeds over 30,000 healthy meals per year in its community kitchen along with 25 other critical programs and service.
The Baldwin Center is deeply invested in the community we serve. Our vision is a thriving community with engaged citizens. Our promise is to provide the tools necessary for individuals and families in need to become vibrant, productive community members. We value honesty, respect, integrity and compassion. We believe in the strength of human dignity and the resilience of the human spirit as we continue to feed, clothe, educate and empower!
For 25 years, Bound Together has provided tutoring, friendship and community to children and their families in Pontiac, Michigan. “BT” was founded in 1994 by parishioners at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pontiac as a response to the needs of students in a neighboring school. In 1999, Bound Together became an independent non-profit organization, working in close partnership with area churches, civic and government agencies, to provide tutoring, a hot evening meal, as well as offering enrichment programming in the arts and healthy lifestyles to twenty-five elementary students.
Pontiac is a comeback city, writing the story of its recovery. Micah 6 helps write that story by growing healthy food, making sure neighbors are known, kids are resourced, and services are accessible. They fiercely love the people they are serving in their community, through whatever issues they’ve faced and they’re seeing it change their community for the better. Learn more about Micah 6 community here:
Learn more about their new exciting adventure to bring more hope to Pontiac residence!
HOPE provides safe and judgment-free shelter, innovative programs and public advocacy to end homelessness
HOPE’s adult shelter is open from 5 PM until 9 AM providing dinner, triage healthcare, showers, overnight shelter and access to resources that can be a pathway out of homelessness.
HOPE is a low barrier shelter, meaning that we do not require ID documents, we do not require sobriety (substances may not be brought onto the HOPE property) and no transportation barrier (because we bring most service-providers to the shelter).
Which means that while we have a zero tolerance for bringing drugs and/or alcohol on the premises, sobriety is not a condition for entry to the shelter. We do, however, expect and strictly enforce that shelter guests will follow staff directions and exhibit good behavior.
No previous registration is needed to spend the night at HOPE. Each year, more than 250 HOPE guests exit the shelter to a place they can call home — and keep as their home.
Learn more about Hope here:
CARE House of Oakland County is a children’s advocacy center, providing first rate services to victims of child abuse and neglect. Founded in 1977 as the Child Abuse and Neglect Council of Oakland County, we currently offer an array of programs focused on the identification and treatment of child abuse victims, and on child abuse prevention.
Our mission is to be a leading resource in the prevention of child abuse and neglect, and the protection of children through advocacy, education, intervention, research, training, and treatment, in collaboration with the community. Our vision is to impact the safety of every child in Oakland County through intervention, prevention and treatment.
We offer all of our programs at no cost to our clients. Learn more about care house here: