Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 494
85 Calhoun Street Battle Creek MI 49017 USA
Serving children and families in need in the battle creek, michigan area.
Collect used clothing and distribute to those in need. During 2014, the agency provided over 513,000 items to 6,325 children and 13,724 adults in the greater battle creek area. Providing leadership and collaboration in community projects dealing with homelessness, poverty and changes in the structure of social institutions. Engaging in advocacy actions in collaboration with clients and other community and non-profit organizations.
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I currently work at Charitable Union and am proud of the work we do in the Battle Creek area. For more than 123 years we have served the needs of the residents of Battle Creek. Our mission is to provide clothing and small household items, at no cost, to those in need and to advocate with them toward their self-suffieciency. Last year we distributed 457,792 articles of clothing, coats, household items and much more to over 11,587 clients. And we did not charge them one cent for what they received. It is a wonderful, caring organization and after more than 35 years in the nonprofit sector I am honored to be a part of this organization.
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The comments of clients who go out with a "lighter heart" because they can give their child a coat, or a school outfit.
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Work harder to improve the donor base of this organization.
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While there are other organizations in the area who provide clothing and household items to those in need, we are the only one that does not charge clients for its services
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