Volunteer News
February 2018
Happy New Year!

We'd like to extend a wholehearted thank you to our incredible volunteers and donors who made the holidays just a little brighter for students and their families. Your generous contributions of time and treasure have made a significant impact! 

27 volunteers, 8 days, and 32 hours later, you provided holiday gifts to 658 children and youth this year! 

Thank you to all those who participated in our Giving Tree and Holiday Drive program this year, including: 

1st Baptist Church Ann Arbor
St. Joseph Parish

You, and other people like you, have brought us closer to our goal of making sure that no child goes without gifts over the holiday.
An extra special thanks to Ann Arbor Thrift shop for donating $2,000 towards transportation and lice kits. 

  Truthfully, we could not do this without you. We, and those children and families we serve, sincerely appreciate your incredible generosity.

February, 13th 6:30pm - 10pm Zingerman's Greyline

When LGBTQ+ youth in our community find themselves kicked out of their homes, fleeing unsafe circumstances, or on the street with nowhere to go, there is only one place they can turn: Ozone House.

Enjoy an evening of wine, chocolate and cheese at Zingerman's new Greyline venue while helping us ensure that all LGBTQ+ youth in Washtenaw Cou nty receive the safety and support that they deserve - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Questions? Feel free to visit our website at:
OR Contact Ugbaad at ukeynan@ozonehouse.org or call 734.662.2265

Volunteer Opportunities!
Supporting youth experiencing homelessness is a community effort. We are able to provide the support we do, because of your help!

To Volunteer to sort items and pack backpacks in the Education Project office sign up here!

To participate in other volunteer and support opportunities through Ozone House visit the Ozone House Website .

In the coming months, we will be combining The Education Project Volunteer newsletter with the Ozone House Volunteer newsletter.  Our goal is to provide timely information about meaningful ways for community members to help make a difference in the lives of homeless children and families. 

In the meantime, c
lick here for more information about other ways to volunteer with Ozone House.

If you know a youth or family who could benefit from
Ozone House services,
please have them call our 24-hour Crisis Line:


There is always somebody here to listen. 
The Education Project

The Education Project, sometimes known as the Education Project for Homeless Youth, is designed to ensure that students experiencing homelessness or unstable living situations enroll, regularly attend, and succeed in school.  Under the federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, students who are homeless must have equal access to free and appropriate public education

The Education Project works closely with liaisons in the school districts, allies within each school, community partners, and families to identify and serve all youth affected by homelessness. 

 Ozone House |1705 Washtenaw Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48104 
Crisis hotline: 734-662-2222  Office: 734-662-2265 | email:  news@ozonehouse.org | www.ozonehouse.org

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