Donate to the LivinHealthyNow Fund: Support LivinHealthyNow and help residents over 60 buy medication, medical equipment and food

Donate to the  LivinHealthyNow Fund donate any dollar amount, at any time. Donation Options (below):

(1) Donate to the LivinHealthyNow Fund via credit card, debit card and paypal

(2) Donate via Paypal – Send to: dryvettecollins@gmail.com

(3) Donate via Zelle – Send to: dryvettecollins@gmail.com

(4) Mail Check or Money Order to: LivinHealthyNow  P.O. Box 721252 Berkley, MI 48072. Make Check or Money Order payable to LivinHealthyNow

It is important to check on elderly family members, friends and neighbors. Be sure they have the following: food, water, medication and heat or cool air in their home.

The LivinHealthyNow Fund will support LivinHealthyNow and help inner city residents over 60 buy medication, medical equipment and food. Selected cities for 2020: Detroit, Michigan; Flint, Michigan and Tarboro, North Carolina

Sadly, Flint residents are still dealing with the Water Crisis, while Tarboro residents continue rebuilding their homes after Hurricane Matthew flooded the area in October 2016.

If you know someone who needs assistance please email: dryvettecollins@gmail.com

During the past four years, LivinHealthyNow provided monetary gifts to individuals and donated to various organizations. Christmas 2018, LivinHealthyNow also donated Christmas baskets to senior citizens.

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