The Community Compassion Network family mourns the loss of Larry Collins, a founding member and a dedicated volunteer. Larry could always be counted on for a smile, a helping hand, and a listening ear. He was dedicated to helping Isabella County become a better place for everyone. He was instrumental in helping others learn about our community and how we could become involved. In 2016, Larry was recognized by United Way as Community Compassion Network's Volunteer of the Year for his decade of helping feed the people of our county. He will be missed by our board members, our volunteers, and our guests.
Larry, go in peace; thank you for your presence.
Thank you to CMU leadership Safari and the Mary Ellen Brandell Volunteer Center. They packed 2500 snack bags for Nutrition Club.
Community Compassion Network relies on grants, donations, and community support. We could not do this without you.
~ Thank you
Food relief for adults and families. Eligibility is determined by income and zip code.
Food relief for children. Bags of food are sent home with children in need over two weekends a month.
Food and diaper relief for children 0-3 years old. Photo ID required along with, WIC, Medicaid, Social Security Card, or Birth Certificate for each child.