Livingston Dems Launch Walk for Warmth Project
With the recent sunny weather Michigan has enjoyed, it is easy to forget the intensely cold days of January and February. But for many, those cold days forced people to decide between food and warmth. That is where the Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency’s Walk for Warmth works to make a difference.
While the Walk for Warmth will be held later this year, on May 15, the need is here now. And the Livingston Democratic Party is asking its members to step up now to address that need. “We are asking our members to join the team now, so that people in need don’t have to wait for help,” said LCDP Chair Judy Daubenmier. To be a part of our Walk for Warmth team, just click on the link below and make a donation. Any amount, large or small, can make a difference in a neighbor’s life.
“Compassion for others is a core Democratic value. A pandemic is the perfect time to put that value into actions by helping our friends and neighbors with their energy bills. Please consider joining our team and helping us help others,” Judy concluded.
The party’s goal is to raise at least $1,000 for Walk for Warmth.
The actual walk, usually held in February, will be held later this year so that it may be held outside due to the virus. It will still be at the Hartland Educational Support Services Center. Further information will be released closer to the event so that people who are able can walk with the Livingston Dems’ team.
(Paid for by the Livingston County Democratic Party Executive Committee, 8028 Grand River, Woodland Plaza, Suite 7, Brighton, MI 48114. Labor Donated.)