CARES of Farmington Hills began because three community leaders couldn’t bear to let the local food pantry close, cutting off food security for those in need. In a few short years, CARES has grown into a true “Campus of Hope.” The organization helps to provide food for Farmington area individuals through its food pantry and the new Busch’s CARES Market. It also offers access to community and county support services and other programs to support wellness.
In recent months, CARES has been hard at work remodeling its main building, formerly St. Alexander’s Church. With the help of grants, including one of Lowe’s 100 Hometown grants, CARES has reworked the layout of the donated building to make it more suited for CARES’ needs and mission.
The GFA Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow to unveil the refreshed space. Wright Beamer has long been involved with Farmington & Farmington Hills Foundation for Youth & Families, which provides financial support for local nonprofits, including CARES of Farmington Hills. Especially during these uncertain times, we are proud of CARES for finding ways to support those in our community who need it most. We look forward to attending tomorrow’s event to see the remodeled building and everything good that it will bring!