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32991 Hamilton Ct.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: 248-737-0300

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Ann Arbor, MI 48104
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1732 West Maple Road
Birmingham, MI 48009
Phone: 248-723-4800

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6450 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
Phone: 248-406-8905

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37100 Woodward Avenue
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Phone: 248-530-7401

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1420 Washington Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48226
Phone: 313-309-9980

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30095 Northwestern Highway
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: 248-865-1300

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31000 Northwestern Highway
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: 248-538-7600

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30201 Orchard Lake Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: 248-737-1110

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22635 Woodward Avenue
Ferndale, MI 48220
Phone: 248-414-6500

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2355 Burton St. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Phone: 616-827-4400

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20550 Haggerty Road
Northville, MI 48167
Phone: 248-380-6590

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44350 W. 12 Mile Road
Novi, MI 48377
Phone: 248-735-1000

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43683 Schoenherr Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48313
Phone: 586-412-1800

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Level One Bank 10K Project

To celebrate Level One Bank's 10-year anniversary, we are donating $10,000 to a local charity. The winner will be chosen by popular vote online and in our banking centers. Voting will take place between November 1 - November 24 and the winner will be announced on Giving Tuesday, November 28.

The five finalists are below, in alphabetical order. Scroll down to learn about each charity and how they plan to use the $10,000 prize.

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About

Children With Hair Loss (CWHL) is a non-profit organization that provides human hair replacements AT NO COST to children and young adults facing medically-related hair loss. When a child’s hair is lost due to cancer treatments, alopecia, trichotillomania, burns, or other reason, the painful effects are far deeper than cosmetic. Children are eligible to receive a human hair replacement each year until they turn 21.

When a child applies for a human hair replacement from Children With Hair Loss, they become part of the CWHL family.  Great care is taken to select the perfect hair replacement for the child.  Pictures provided by the family ensure the best color match possible.  Additionally, based on the child’s pattern of hair loss, we are able to determine the appropriate cap style to provide the most secure fit. 

Key Accomplishments

Since being founded in 2000, CWHL has helped more than 3,800 children across the United States. 528 children received hair replacements and care kits in 2016 alone. NOT ONE of these children has ever paid to receive a hair replacement, while the cost to provide these services is up to $5,000 per child.

How the $10K will be used

To purchase human hair replacements for the children who come to us for help. At a time when we are receiving more applications than ever before, this gift would make an immediate impact, providing an additional 10 children with human hair replacements.

About

In 2011, Detroit Dog Rescue was created by a small group of caring individuals determined to save Detroit’s dogs and help the residents that live in the city. This mission was put into action by providing humane alternatives to euthanasia, providing free spay and neutering, and access to affordable veterinary care. In 2014, Detroit Dog Rescue opened a physical location on the East Side of Detroit and became Detroit’s first and only NO-KILL shelter. In just three years that shelter has helped to save and rehabilitate thousands of dogs, including the city’s worst cases, the animals who are victims of violent crimes.

Key accomplishments

In 2015 Detroit Dog Rescue worked with Mayor Mike Duggan to create a solution to Detroit’s dilapidated animal control facility. Along with animal advocates all over Detroit, we worked to reduce the city’s euthanasia numbers by almost half! Detroit Dog Rescue became Detroit’s first transfer partner and agreed to take in the city’s forgotten dogs. At the time, Detroit Animal Control was responsible for killing 99% of their animals, over 3,500 victims per year.

How the $10K will be used

To sustain our medical program for animals that are victims of violent crimes. The funding would be used to secure surgeries, acute care, and rehabilitation. It will grant us the gift to obtain our own on-staff veterinarian to participate in on-site critical care, medical follow ups, and behavioral modification. Additionally, this will create the ability to serve the public with pop-up vaccination clinics in 2018 to help keep pets out of shelters!

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Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County was founded in 1995 by a small group of volunteers who believed in the Habitat vision of a world where everyone has a decent, affordable place to live. While affiliated with Habitat International, Habitat Oakland County is an autonomous business and independent 501c3 organization.

Habitat for Humanity is a hand up, not a hand out. Habitat homes are sold to low-and moderate-income individuals and families with household income that falls within the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) income limits based on household size. Partner homebuyers must demonstrate a definite need for a safe, decent and affordable place to live; and an ability to pay their monthly mortgage and ongoing housing related expenses. In addition, partner homebuyers help build or renovate their own home by contributing 300 hours of sweat equity. By building homes at low cost, Habitat for Humanity is able to provide a hand up for families that would not otherwise qualify for a conventional mortgage.

Mission

We seek to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Our mission has a hyper-local focus with a world vision that engages donors, homeowners, neighbors and volunteers working together to build better living environments.

Key Accomplishments

Since 1995, Habitat Oakland County has built and renovated homes that have improved the lives of more than 300 people.

How the $10K will be used

Habitat Oakland County relies on annual contributions from corporations, faith organizations, schools, foundations and individuals to provide the financial support needed for these programs with a goal to serve as many people as possible in Oakland County. All funds raised directly support our mission and help us achieve our key accomplishments described above.

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HAVEN is Oakland County’s only comprehensive program for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence, providing a 24/7 crisis line, emergency shelter, medical forensic exams, counseling, court advocacy and prevention education to over 30,000 people each year in Oakland county and surrounding areas. 

Mission

To eliminate sexual assault and domestic violence and to empower survivors through advocacy and social change in and around Oakland County.

Key Accomplishments

We opened a new Community Center in 2016 that centralizes all of HAVEN's services onto one campus and streamlines access to legal, medical, housing, and other critical resources for HAVEN's clients.

How the $10K will be used

If we are selected, the generous gift would be used to bring joy to the children at HAVEN. Grant funding for our children’s programing is scarce so we rely on individual contributions, gifts from foundations and local businesses to support our work in providing safety, security and normalcy to children of survivors or children who are direct victims of sexual violence. Families coming to our shelter for safe housing and services do so fleeing from a life-threatening environment at home. They bring little to nothing but the clothing they are wearing. Children in our shelter suddenly find themselves uprooted, living in unfamiliar surroundings, not knowing what to expect. 

Our children’s programs are designed to help them heal. We focus on giving the children a sense of safety and reducing the residual effects of trauma. Most importantly, we never forget that kids just need to be kids. Along with our more serious programming for children such as forensic medical exams, age appropriate counseling and guided art therapy, we also offer good old-fashioned fun. Kids at HAVEN make crafts, learn about our garden and go on special outings. We allow them to be free of fear and feel the freedom of childhood.

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In 2001, a Grand Rapids Public School principal witnessed some of her students digging through the trash for food to take home for dinner. Mary K. Hoodhood, a long-time advocate, heard this story and set into motion a community response that endures today: Kids’ Food Basket.

A grassroots nonprofit organization, Kids’ Food Basket began 15 years ago by serving 125 kids every weekday at three schools through our Sack Supper program. Sack Suppers provide a well-rounded nutritious evening meal for children who might otherwise go without.

Mission

Empowering communities to attack childhood hunger so that young people can learn and live well.

Key Accomplishments

We feed thousands of children affected by hunger each weekday, in partnership with dozens of schools and summer sites, through our flagship Sack Supper Program. Our Kids Helping Kids programming leads and educates young people in civic engagement and volunteerism and empowers them to make a difference, while helping grow leadership skills and build the habit of giving. Each day, more than 250 volunteers come together to improve children’s well-being. 

How the $10K will be used

One in five Michigan children is affected by hunger each day. Over 47,000 children in West Michigan children are food insecure—they can’t count on having access to good, nourishing food every day. Every dollar donated goes to help kids thrive.

Level One Bank 10K Project Official Rules

These rules apply to the “Level One Bank 10K Project,” being conducted by Level One Bank, 32991 Hamilton Court, Farmington Hills, MI 48334 (“Sponsor”). This contest begins at 8:00 a.m. EST on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 and ends at 11:45 p.m. EST on Friday, November 24, 2017 (“Promotional Period”). 

Rules and disclosures pertaining to the Level One Bank 10K Project: All persons wishing to vote in the contest must vote online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LevelOneBank10KProject or in-person at one of Level One Bank’s banking centers. Voters can submit their entry once per device when voting online, and can submit one entry per person when voting at a banking center. All entries must be received by 11:45 p.m. EST on Friday, November 24, 2017. Even if the online survey is still available after the end of the Promotional Period, votes will only be counted as of the above described time.

Eligible Charities: Level One Bank has selected by employee vote the following five charities to be eligible to win the Grand Prize: Children with Hair Loss, Detroit Dog Rescue, Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County, HAVEN and Kids' Food Basket. Level One Bank is not an affiliate of any of these charities. "Habitat for Humanity®" is a registered service mark owned by Habitat for Humanity International.

Grand Prize: One (1) charity will receive a check for $10,000. The winning charity will be selected based on most overall votes received. The winner will be announced Tuesday, November 28, 2017 on Level One Bank’s social media channels.  

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