How You Can Help

How You Can Help

Volunteer Your Time & Talents

There are many ways you can help support the programs of POWER through volunteering your time and talents. Examples of volunteer activities include:

  1. Administrative and clerical support
  2. Direct service with families
  3. Clinical Support (Social Workers, Counselors, Psychologists)
  4. IT support
  5. Fund Development

View or download the POWER Inc Volunteer Application packet: Volunteer Application Packet Completed application packets may be scanned and emailed to, ATTN: Carol Burrell-Jackson. Or you can return the application in person at POWER office. Dr. Burrell-Jackson can also be reached by telephone at 734-961-1990.

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Support Us Financially

Financial donations are always welcomed:

through PayPal

  • Consider scheduling automatic deductions to make regular, monthly contributions.
  • Make a pledge through your employer’s payroll deduction plan, Agency #5955. United Way

What your dollars can buy:

  • $20 – Nutritious snacks for our parenting/financial literacy classes
  • $30 – Credit report for a family seeking to get out of debt
  • $50 - Monthly bus pass to help a client get to work
  • $100 – Fuel enables our staff to deliver services to at-risk families
  • $250 – Helps secure 5 therapy sessions for a low-income family
  • $6002 scholarships for 18 hours of financial literacy training to help individuals to develop debt reduction/savings plan
  • $1,000.005 parenting/child enrichment classes for 10 families