Help make a difference today!
Covenant Ability Network of Michigan provides vibrant living communities to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, but government assistance only covers 70% of our annual operating expenses, leaving us with a significant shortfall each year. The generosity of supporters like you helps us narrow this gap and offer an enhanced level of living and programming that goes beyond the minimal level of care that government disability assistance provides.
What Your Support Provides:
- Christian homes for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
- Enriching programs that empower individuals to contribute to their community, build life skills, and grow their independence.
- Loving care by qualified professionals dedicated to the mission of Covenant Ability Network.
Covenant Ability Network of Michigan is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
Leave a gift of legacy with Covenant Ability Network of Michigan and know you are making a direct impact on those we serve for years to come. Interested in learning more about planned giving or establishing a special needs trust? Please contact Covenant Trust.
Very Special Volunteers
Covenant Ability Network of Michigan’s residents devote thousands of hours each year volunteering at local nonprofit and community organizations. Very Special Volunteers is a unique giving program that builds connections in the community among nonprofits, donors, and individuals with developmental disabilities.
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Our community residences in Grand Rapids and Muskegon offer a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for those with a willing heart. To get involved, please contact Dan Phillips, Administrator, at (616) 279.3958 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Needs for Homes
Providing around-the-clock housing and care for our residents requires a wide variety of different needs, some big, some small. Please consider helping us fill a need for one of our four group homes.