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Farmington-Farmington Hills Foundation for Youth and Families
36520 W 12 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48331

Founded in 1995 to support after-school programming for local children, the Farmington-Farmington Hills FoundationMore for Youth and Families is a privately funded organization.

The foundation supports community organizations that benefit children and families. In 2006, the foundation partnered with the Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan to provide financial support to a wider range of nonprofits.

Since 1995, the foundation has distributed nearly $500,000 in grants to such organizations as Boys and Girls Republic, after school programming for local middle-schoolers, Minority Student Achievement Network and Samaritan Counseling Center.

William M. Costick Activities Center
28600 W 11 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
The Costick Activities Center provides a home for the City of Farmington Hills Cultural Arts Division, RecreationMore Division, Senior Adults Division and Youth & Family Services Program offices, as well as activities hosted by all those programs. The Center hums with activity daily, from swimming lessons in the pool and after-school programs, to activities for senior adults and meetings or events held in comfortable, well-appointed rental rooms. The City Gallery, in the Costick Center lobby, features artworks by local residents. 
J.A. Lanigan Elementary School
23800 Tuck Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
J.A. Lanigan Elementary strives to maintain an atmosphere of honesty, responsibility, respect and caring throughMore commitment to The Lanigan Way. The school receives $200,000 annually in Title I federal funds, distributed based on rates of poverty within the community. Lanigan has earned an "A" grade on the annual State of Michigan Report Card and currently meets Annual Yearly Progress standards set by the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. Every Lanigan teacher meets the "highly qualified" standard established by NCLB. Lanigan offers an after-school basketball program for 4th graders. More than 200 parents are involved in the Lanigan PTA.
Tutor Time
24440 Orchard Lake Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48336
Part of a nationwide chain, Tutor Time is a child care and learning center for children 6 weeks of age throughMore kindergarten.  The professional staff nurtures the infants and uses age-appropriate activities to teach the older children critical thinking skills, problem solving, social understanding, cooperation and early literary.  There is also a before and after school program for students ages 6 - 12.  
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church of Farmington Hills
28000 New Market Rd, Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Prince of Peach is affiliated with the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, and instructs congregants in the Bible-basedMore teaching of Martin Luther. To join the church, each potential congregant must take part in a 12-session introductory class. Prince of Peace offers many opportunities for adults and children to expand and practice their faith, including a children's ministry, a youth ministry, an adult ministry, music and drama organizations, children's Sunday school and community outreach programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Compulsive Eaters Anonymous, Dual Recovery Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and English as a Second Language classes. A fine arts camp and other after-school activities are available for children. Sunday services are held at 8:15am and 10am.