Low-income families spend approximately 40% of their monthly household income on
utilities. CLM Community Action Agency and Walk for Warmth is often the last line
of help for families in crisis. We need your help to ensure that people in need
of assistance will not be turned away this winter.
WAYS YOU CAN HELP
1. Walk: Come out and join us! Start collecting pledges and choose to make a difference
in your community!
2. Captain a Team of Walkers: Reach out to family, friends and co-workers to form
a Walk Team.
3. Distribute Walk Brochures: Help us spread the word and recruit more walkers.
4. Make a Corporate or In-Kind Donation.
5. Make your own WFW event.: Call (906)632-3363 for Details.
Walk, skate, swim, bike, bake...
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
9:00 a.m. Registration
9:45 a.m. Welcoming Announcements
10:00 a.m. Walk Kick-off
11:00 a.m. Prizes, Awards
12:00 p.m. Event Concludes
THE WALK ROUTE
The Walk for Warmth starts from Avery Square, 510 Ashmun Street, and heads south
on Ashmun to Easterday Ave., crosses the street and then we head north to Water Street,
across the street back to Avery Square. Those who elect not to complete the Walk
in its entirety will not be penalized.
The registration booth will be located in the center of the Avery Square Atrium.
Participants will be entered to win great door prizes. You must be present to win.
There are special awards for teams of walkers. Awards go to the adult team and
youth team (members 18 and under).
Click Here For Registration form
As Chippewa Luce Mackinac County Community Action Agency’s only annual fundraising
event, the Walk raises funds for people faced with making the choice to feed their
family or heat their homes.
We all know people who are hurting financially. They are our neighbors, family members,
and friends. We must act now to help alleviate the struggles of our fellow community
members and ensure that their homes remain safe and warm.
Through our Walk for Warmth, Chippewa Luce Mackinac Community Action Agency stands
committed to keeping Chippewa County’s neediest residents safe and warm.
On behalf of the Chippewa Luce Mackinac Community Action Agency, our Board of Directors
and those we serve, we thank you for your generosity, commitment, and for helping
to make a difference.