Peace Neighborhood Center’s mission is to provide programs for children, families, and individuals who are affected by social and economic problems. They help people discover options, enhance skills, and make choices that lead to self-sufficiency and positive community involvement. PNC is located on N. Maple Road and serves many of our neighbors throughout Washtenaw County.
One client has this to say: “I am so in awe of Peace’s ability to help people help themselves…Without them, I don’t think my family would have achieved our goals. They have helped develop my children into leaders while supporting me to become a better parent. I have never been around a group of people more genuine or concerned for my well-being. It is a blessing to be involved with Peace.”
Holiday Toy and Food Drive
The Peace Neighborhood Center needs help with their Holiday Toy and Food Drive on December 20, 21, and 22, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on December 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. We are looking for volunteers to sign up for two hour blocks, four people per session. Duties will include sorting toy donations, stocking the toy room, restocking as necessary, helping families shop, bagging and boxing items, taking items to vehicles, and assisting office staff with paperwork if necessary. Questions? Contact Martha Kershaw at email@example.com, Rev. Eric Konig-Reinke firstname.lastname@example.org.
After School Meals
Help with the "After School Meals" program on the Third Thursday of each month. Kathy Sample coordinates a group of First Pres. volunteers who prepare, serve and clean up the meal for the after-school program at PNC. They interact with each child. “It is a joyous time for us, and they like having us there”. Questions? Contact Kathy at email@example.com.