Other Ways to Get Involved

Introduce us.

Be a networker and a matchmaker.  Help us connect with other individuals, businesses, or foundations who might be interested in supporting our work.  Tell your friends about us, suggest that they visit, ask them to like our Facebook Page.   What?  You aren’t connected?  That’s ok, click here to like us on Facebook.

Gift us.

Instead of shopping for that impossible to buy for person, make a donation to the Family Center in their name.  Rather than buy a gift, you can honor them with a donation to celebrate a birthday, Mother’s Day, anniversary, bar mitzvah or holiday.  In lieu of flowers, you can honor a loved one’s life by directing memorial gifts.    You can do that right here:


Shop for us.

Support the Lamoille Family Center when you shop online by registering at AmazonSmiles

Remember us.

Include us in your legacy of caring.  Make a bequest in your will, give a gift of stock, or name us as a beneficiary in a retirement fund or insurance plan.  Your thoughtful planning can enable us to continue to provide families with services, education and assistance in the years to come.  If you’d like to discuss these options, contact our Executive Director, Scott Johnson at sjohnson@lamoillefamilycenter.org or at 802-888-5229 x 124

 

Events & Activities at a Glance

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Wed 25

Parent Education: Parenting You

April 25 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Thu 26

Playgroup! Johnson

April 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

In the News

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LFC Names Floyd Nease Executive Director

LFC Names Floyd Nease Executive Director; Brings Wealth of Experience in Human Services and Government  The Lamoille Family Center Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointment of Floyd Nease, of Jericho, as its new Executive Director. Floyd will replace...

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Live Well Vermont Features DULCE

DULCE – An Innovation in Health Care Delivery By: Scott Johnson The healthcare sector is experiencing rapid changes. Vermont is on the cutting edge of reform – leading the country in exploring alternative payment systems and finding better ways to measure success for...

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