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COPPER COUNTRY ANGEL MISSION WELCOMES YOU

 
Winter Clothing Gifts
Winter Clothing Giveaway

Copper Country Angel Mission continues to distribute winter clothing,

jackets, snow pants, boots, hats, and mittens/gloves.

 

Monetary donations can be mailed to:

Copper Country Angel Mission
Winter Clothing Drive

119 5th Street, Calumet, MI 49913

Drop off gently used and new winter clothing in all children's and adult's sizes  Wednesday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

CC Angel Mission uses the building adjacent to their store to distribute the winter clothing. We adhere to all COVID-19 guidelines, masks required.

 
 

COPPER COUNTRY ANGEL MISSION AT A GLANCE

Copper Country Angel Mission knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. Back in 2000, a small group of like-minded individuals realized that by working together we could efficiently and effectively help to overcome the effects of poverty locally, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch New Beginnings Angel Mission.

Since that time, we have grown and changed our name, but our mission is the same:  Copper Country Angel Mission promotes community welfare by serving those in need with compassion and dignity.

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"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"

   -- William James

BOARD MEMBERS

Our dedicated team of experienced professionals are always on the ball, utilizing their unique skills and passion to move the work of our Non-Profit Organization forward. We’re always pushing ourselves to stay ahead of the curve and striving to perfect our programs. Meet some of our incredible leaders below.

 

Sherry moved to the U.P. in 1978, but her employment in environmental education and management took her around the country. In 1994, Sherry and her husband built a home as a family project with their two children. Rob retired in 2010 and they both moved back to the U.P. with Sherry continuing to work remotely for the National Park Service. Sherry also is a race coordinator for Copper Dog 150.

PAUL TUORINIEMI

Paul Tuoriniemi is a life long resident of the Calumet area. Paul retired from the forest services industry a few years ago. He and his wife Renee are active supporters of the Angel Mission.

LYNN LANYON

Lynn (Schmitt) Lanyon was born and raised in Copper Country. She grew up in Tamarack City, graduated from Dollar Bay with an interest in business, and moved to Calumet in 1999. Lynn has been with the Angel Mission from the start, but did have a short personal leave when she was diagnosed with stage 4 kidney cancer in 2008. When commenting on life as a cancer survivor, she said, "It feels great to say I am a survivor." With the Angel Mission as one of her passions, she took over as the director when the other director retired. With some recent changes to the Angel Mission, she said, "There have been many positive changes made since then and many more to come."

Jill HODGES

Jill grew up in Calumet and after retiring from Michigan Tech joined the Angel Mission board. We are pleased to have Jill's expertise helping to lead the Angel Mission.

JIM NORTHEY

Jim Northey is a member of Portage Lake United Church, and has actively supported the annual coat giveaway held by Angel Mission and PLUC. Additionally, Jim serves on the board of directors of the CopperDog150 and the board of Superior National Bank. He works in the financial services industry and renewable energy industry. In his free time, Jim enjoys spending time with his family and working on his homestead.

SHERRY MIDDLEMIS-BROWN

Sherry moved to the U.P. in 1978, but her employment in environmental education and management took her around the country. In 1994, Sherry and her husband built a home as a family project with their two children. In 2010 and they both moved back to the U.P. Sherry also is a race coordinator for Copper Dog 150.

 

CONTACT COPPER COUNTRY ANGEL MISSION

119 5th St.
Calumet, MI 49918

(906) 281-9356

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Please help us all to make a difference in our community.

Our free store: CCAM welcomes donations of clothing and household goods. Remember, donations of such goods must be in good condition for reuse. We invite all shoppers to select free goods and leave a monetary donation, if they are able, which converts material donations into funds for our programs. 

Our clients: CCAM welcomes new clients and offers programs to assist with rent, utility shut-off, transportation to medical appointments, and other assistance. Our food pantry is open two days a week and distributes nutritious foods and holiday meals. We also offer annual programs for children, such as school supplies in the Backpack Program and special children’s shopping days before holidays. We make certain that every child has a Christmas through our Angel Tree Program.

Our patrons: CCAM always welcomes monetary donations to the general fund, building bund, or special programs.

Our volunteers: CCAM welcomes volunteers, who are willing to work hard for the joy of serving their community. Some of our volunteers were once clients, but now pay-it-forward by becoming volunteers. Join us!