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Oscoda Area United Way Recieves Consumers energy foundation grant

Oscoda Area United Way (OAUW) has received a $1,000 grant from the Consumers Energy Foundation
to support community needs. The grant helps fund United Way’s 2021-2022 Campaign and allows the
organization to provide resources for individuals and families in need.

“Consumers Energy is committed to the communities we serve, which includes supporting Michigan
families and individuals as they work toward brighter days,” said Carolyn Bloodworth, secretary/treasurer
of the Consumers Energy Foundation. “We’re pleased to support Oscoda Area United Way in making
sure our friends and neighbors have the resources they need.”

OAUW partner agencies include Boy Scouts, Carol’s Baby Pantry, Catholic Human Services,
Community Special Projects (unplanned projects from our agencies or requests from other non-profit
organization in our community), Girl Scouts, Hope Shores Alliance, Iosco Coats for Kids, Oscoda Area
Schools Backpack Program, Oscoda Area Schools Owl’s Closet, and Oscoda F.I.S.H.

If you are interested in more information about Oscoda Area United Way or want to donate, go to

Contact: Jane Negro –

About Oscoda Area United Way
OAUW improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of people to advance the common good for our
local community. OAUW helps financially support non-profit agencies serving the needs of our local
community. Our focus is to fight for the health, education, and financial stability of the people in our
community. Together, we can make our community a better place to live, work, raise a family and/or
retire. We are unique in the fact we have no paid staff; all of our board members are volunteers and all
donations received stay here in our community.

About the Consumers Energy Foundation
The Consumers Energy Foundation is the charitable arm of Consumers Energy, Michigan’s largest energy
provider. The Foundation enables communities to thrive and grow by investing in what’s most important
to Michigan — its people, our planet and Michigan’s prosperity. In 2021, the Consumers Energy
Foundation, Consumers Energy, its employees and retirees contributed over $17.5 million to Michigan
nonprofits. For more information, visit