August 24, 2022
Last week we heard from Veronica Cruz, the Community Involvement/Government Affairs Executive with Alpha USA and an integral member of Livonia Kids and Families. Livonia Kids and Families is a food bank for food insecure students in the Livonia Public Schools, housed inside Franklin High School. They have a program for students with moderately cognitive disabilities that helps train them for entry-level positions in the public sector.
There are several new initiatives that Livonia Kids and Families are rolling out, including a $50,000 computer tech lab at Clarenceville High School. The organization also plans to open a food pantry at Clarenceville, and a deep freezer so they can expand their food inventory. A club road trip may be in the makings.