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THE LIVINGSTON DAILY: 25th annual Walk for Warmth planned for Hartland

Article by: Abby Welsh Daily Press & Argus, December 15, 2014

Those who participate in the 25th annual Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency Walk for Warmth will walk away feeling good.

“It’s a fun event, and it’s for a good cause,” said Ron Borngesser, OLHSA CEO.

All the money raised go to those to help fund emergency utility assistance to those in need. The walking begins at 8:30 a.m. on Feb. 21 at the Hartland Educational Support Service Center, 9525 E. M-59...

THE OAKLAND PRESS: Registration open for the Oakland County Walk for Warmth at Great Lakes Crossing

The nonprofit OLHSA (Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency) announces its 25th annual Walk for Warmth events in Oakland and Livingston Counties, presented by Genisys Credit Union.

Since it began in 1990, OLHSA’s Walk for Warmth has raised over $1.2 million to keep the heat on in the homes of local residents. With another harsh winter looming before us, OLHSA encourages individuals, families, community groups and businesses to register for these indoor walk-a-thon events.

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PRESS RELEASE: Walkers and sponsors invited to OLHSA’s 25th anniversary Walk for Warmth events

December 9, 2014, Pontiac & Howell, Mich. – OLHSA, A Community Action Agency, announces its 25th annual Walk for Warmth events in Oakland and Livingston Counties, presented by Genisys Credit Union.


 Since it began in 1990, OLHSA’s Walk for Warmth has raised over $1.2 million to keep the heat on in the homes of local residents. With...

DAILY TRIBUNE: Oakland County residents weigh benefits, premiums and penalties as Affordable Care Act enrollment reopens

By Dustin Blitchok

Posted: 11/14/14

Before marketplace insurance and the Healthy Michigan Plan became available under the Affordable Care Act in the last year, almost none of the guests at the HOPE Hospitality and Warming Center in Pontiac had health insurance. That number now stands at 92 percent.


The second enrollment period for marketplace insurance begins Saturday and runs through Feb. 15, with 16 insurers offering plans for Michigan residents in four levels:...

OAKLAND PRESS: Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency celebrates 50 years of helping those in need

By Dustin Blitchok, The Oakland Press

Posted: 11/07/14, 4:31 PM EST

PONTIAC >> Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency CEO Ron Borngesser still remembers the sum of money a former client once walked into the lobby with: $132.57.

It was the amount of a utility bill OLHSA had paid for the woman the year before. “She said, ‘I’m back on my feet, I got a job and I want to thank you for helping me during my time of need.’”


The woman is one of about 33,000...

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