Children's Village Foundation


The raffle closed on November 25th. A special thanks to raffle sponsor Leigh Murphy of Northern Capital Insurance Agency Services, LLC. for jumpstarting this raffle.

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Tickets and no longer available and if you bought one, thank you. The drawing was held on December 3rd and each winner will be contacted and the winners are listed below. If you still want to support the residents at the Village, you can make a donation below.

Our Grand Prize Winner is: Ken Lehman

Second Place Winner is: Don McNeal

Third Place Winners are: Tina Tear (Floor Trends) and McKenzie Kirkpatrick

The winners of the book “Turn the Page – The Bob Seger Story” signed by the writer Dr. Edward Sarkis Balian are: McKenzie Kirkpatrick, Emily Ford, Sameer Eld, Clarence Craft, Faith Schultz, Mike Zalinksi (Floor Transformations), Faith Schultz, Ed Spanbauer (for Leigh), Tina Tear (Floor Trends), McKenzie Kirkpatrick, Tina Tear (Floor Trends), Heather Calcaterra, and Faith Schultz. Thank you to all who purchased chances on the raffle.

See pictures below of our Raffle Grand Prize, our Second Prize Gift Basket from Union General, and our Third Prize Bob Seger Book plus other great items

Yeti Cooler
Grand Prize

Second Prize Basket

Second Prize

Third Place Prize

Third Prize


The Foundation provides financial support and other resources to the Oakland County Children’s Village for projects including, but not limited to, those that promote, enrich, prevent, rehabilitate, and offer educational support to the Children’s Village residents, families, and staff.

The Foundation also provides support for a project called Teacher’s Pet which pairs at risk youth with dogs from the Oakland County Pet Adoption Center. The children work with the dogs, preparing them for adoption. The dogs help the children with various trust issues as well as confidence building, It also provides support for the Dale Carnegie Teen Program that gives at risk teens training to help them for when they are released back to their parents.

All funding disbursed by the Oakland County Children’s Village Foundation follows the established guidelines outlined in the mission statement. The Oakland County Children’s Village Foundation is recognized as a public foundation under 501c(3) by the Internal Revenue Service and is therefore tax exempt.