Walk for Warmth
Walk for Warmth is a walk-a-thon event. OLHSA, A Community Action Agency will proudly host it's 25th annual Walk for Warmth events in 2015! By our side is Genisys Credit Union, our premier event sponsor.
Make plans early to join us:
Saturday, February 7, 2015 at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets (OLHSA's Oakland Walk for Warmth)
Saturday, February 21, 2015 at Hartland Educational Support Service Center (OLHSA's Livingston Walk for Warmth)
Become part of the movement! There are Walk for Warmth events all across the country as other Community Action Agencies raise awareness for this important cause. Walk for Warmth is held indoors in both counties OLHSA serves. The event is non-competitive and includes entertainment along the walk course, is family friendly, and includes perks like a t-shirt and refreshments.
In 2014 you helped us raise $150,000! Consider joining the movement in 2015:
- As a Participant: Donate through your own contributions or get pledges from family and friends.
You can participate as a team or individual!
- As a Sponsor: Support the cause and let your business get a place in the spotlight!
- As a Volunteer: Help us at one of OLHSA’s Walk for Warmth events. Sign up now!
People who benefit from Walk for Warmth are residents of Oakland and Livingston Counties. They access the Emergency Utility Assistance program, which is funded by contributions from Walk for Warmth, when faced with a utility shut-off notice. Funds are used throughout the year, but many people associate utility emergencies with the cold winter months.
People who participate in Walk for Warmth are volunteers, stakeholders, elected officials, individual donors, corporate funders, event sponsors, community partners and community members, past and current clients, and vendors. People are invited to participate as individuals or by forming teams.
Livingston County Walk for Warmth Documents
Livingston County Flyer | Livingston County Sponsorship Levels | Livingston County Sponsorship Form |
2014 Client Characteristics | Pledge Form | Effects of Cold