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OLHSA Community Mini Grant

OLHSA is excited to distribute the Community Mini Grant for FY18 that supports OLHSA’s 2016-2021 Strategic Plan. The aim of this grant is to address the causes and conditions of poverty with service projects that:


  • Bridge the gap between employers and the low income community
  • Build capacity for families and communities
  • Increase community development, engagement, and education or
  • Streamline services to better serve clients



PRESS RELEASE: OLHSA names new Community and Energy Services Director


OLHSA names new Community and Energy Services Director


Pontiac, Mich., July 9, 2018 – OLHSA, A Community Action Agency, recently named Kathie Flanery its new Community and Energy Services director. Flanery is no stranger to OLHSA or Community Action and has been working in various roles for the agency since 2005.

After starting out at OLHSA, Flanery progressed and...

DETROIT FREE PRESS: Things to do in Metro Detroit Feb. 4-24

By Brendel Hightower | February 1, 2018

Join OLHSA, a Community Action Agency, for the 28th annual Livingston Walk for Warmth. This .25 mile indoor family-friendly walk-a-thon event raises funds to help residents in Livingston County stay safe and warm through the winter. Learn more about the event here. 

THE OAKLAND PRESS: Walk for Warmth returns to Great Lakes Crossing

By Natalie Broda | January 15, 2018

The Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency will hold its annual Walk for Warmth on Feb. 3. The walk, now in its 28th year, serves as a fundraiser for the agency, which works to keep local residents warm throughout the winter. Read the full article here. 

WHMI: Fundraising Underway For OLHSA's Yearly Walk For Warmth

January 1, 2018

The recent frigid temperatures are a solid reminder that winter is here, which is why community members have begun raising money to help keep local neighbors and families warm.