We are proud to work with the following agencies:
Albion – Marshall Connector
City of Marshall Dial-A-Ride
Curb to curb driving service for the Marshall community.
The Fountain Clinic is a free medical clinic that helps those who are uninsured or underinsured and cannot afford medical care. Volunteer physicians, RN’s and clerks provide medical, and dental services, diagnostic testing and medications at the Clinic.
Marshall Area Community Services, Inc. (MACS)
MACS is a volunteer organization that gives emergency aid to less fortunate families in the Marshall area, 365 days a year. This help includes: food, clothing, medication, transportation, heat and electric assistance, holiday “adopt-a-family” programs and holiday food, gift and clothing packages.
Marshall Public Schools
Mar Lee Public Schools
4th Grade Mackinac Island Field Trip
Marshall and Mar Lee fourth grade students, along with their teachers, participate in an overnight field trip to Mackinac Island as a culminating activity for their study of Michigan history. These school systems strongly believe that by participating in this activity, their students will gain a much better understanding of what life was like in the early days of Michigan’s history. Their goal is to make sure that the trip will be available to all students, regardless of their financial ability to attend.
6th Grade Camp
Marshall and Mar Lee send 6th graders to camp where they can “live” at camp for five days enjoying outdoor educational experience and interacting with teachers and students in an informal setting. Their goal is to ensure 6th Grade Camp is an experience all students can participate in, regardless for their financial ability to attend.
Eastern Calhoun Early College
Mobile Meals, Inc. of Marshall
Elderly and handicapped Marshall residents receive home delivered meals, prepared by Oaklawn Hospital Dietary Department. Volunteers deliver these meals and residents pay if able. However, currently only one-third of those receiving meals are able to pay.
Oaklawn Hospital – Charity Health Care
Oaklawn Hospital provides free and subsidized healthcare for eligible people in our community. This assistance covers a broad range of inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical, and mental health services.
The ARC of Calhoun County
The ARC helps children and adults with significant disabilities, and their families, to be actively participate in their community through programs, education and personalized assistance.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters (A Caring Community)
Big Brothers/Big Sisters provides services to local children in need of role models and mentors. Professional staff interview, evaluate and assign volunteers to Little Brothers and Sisters in one to one friendships and provide ongoing support services to ensure rewarding relationships. Through the program, youngsters are inspired and guided toward academic and social success.
Boy Scouts of America Southwest Michigan Council
Boy Scouts of America provides effective character building, citizenship training, a personal fitness programs for youth by providing an array of indoor and outdoor education experiences. In the Marshall area, there are over 460 youth and adults participating.
Provides clothing, bedding and small household items at no charge to those in need and connect people to resources in the community.
Community Inclusive Recreation, Inc.
“An inclusive community means that everyone belongs.” They provide social, recreational, arts. Volunteer, and peer leadership activities for youth and adults of all abilities in Calhoun County. They enable people to have fun, learn, grow, and realize their dreams – together.
Family and Children’s Service
Family and Children’s Service provides critical human services in client’s homes and other locations. Services include, but are not limited to: foster care and adoption, counseling, parenting education and support, clinical assessments, crisis intervention and respite services for children with serious emotional disturbance and/or developmental disability.
Food Bank of South Central Michigan
The Food Bank’s mission is to feed hungry people by collecting and distributing food and grocery products via its hunger-relief network, advocating for hunger-relief programs and collaborating with others who address basic human needs.
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan
The Girl Scout Leadership Experience engages girls in discovering themselves, connecting with others and taking action to make the world a better place. Girl Scouting offers girls the tools they need to be successful leaders, no and throughout their lives. In partnership with committed adults, girls develop strong values and improve society. Today’s Girl Scouts are defining new ways to lead at home and around the globe.
Guardian Financial Advocacy Services
“Safeguarding At-Risk Adults,” Guardian helps seniors keep their bills organized, avoid financial mistakes, manages disabled clients’ Social Security income, and serves in court appointed roles of guardian and conservator. They also manage trusts and hold power of attorney for clients.
Habitat for Humanity
Battle Creek Area Habitat for Humanity is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International wit two covenant communities of Marshall and Albion. Their vision is the elimination of sub-standard housing and homelessness form those communities with the hope that in-need partner families will become self-sufficient owners of decent and affordable homes built by volunteers. The affiliate runs a ReStore (retail store), has a home repair program and several other alternative programs.
Kids ‘N’ Stuff Children’s Museum
Kids ‘N’ Stuff is dedicated to enhancing the educational opportunities for children and their families by providing a creative and enriching experience through interactive exhibits and programs.
American Museum of Magic
Experience the treasures of Houdini, Thurston, and Michigan’s own Blackstone among hundreds of others. For more than 30 years the American Museum of Magic has delighted the public with wonders of magic, celebrating the contributions and life stories of magicians from around the globe.
Legal Services of South Central Michigan
Legal Services provides access to the justice system in non-criminal legal matters. They concentrate on assisting with cases involving housing, domestic violence, and income maintenance for seniors and low-income people through high quality legal counsel, representation, education, and do-it-yourself clinics at no cost. Financial eligibility is required.
National Alliance of Mental Illness
The Salvation Army
Who does not know the work of the Salvation Army? Ask any veteran from any of our wars, ask any victim of a tornado, flood or disaster, either from the act of God or human-made. As a United Way agency, they provide food for the hungry, shelter for the homeless, counseling, and assistance for prisoners, and a helping hand to all who come to them for aid.
Sexual Assault Services of Calhoun County
Sexual Assault Services of Calhoun County provides a coordinate response to child abuse in Calhoun County and works to eliminate all forms of sexual violence. They provide counseling, non-judgmental support and advocacy for all victims of sexual assault in Calhoun County.