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Seasonal Programs

Our Seasonal Programs

Adopt-a-Family

Adopt a Family through NYAIt's hard to believe, but the holiday season is just around the corner and our Adopt-a-Family program is now under way! If your group, business, or organization is interested in adopting a family this holiday season, please complete the below information and email it to nya@cityofnovi.org/nya.

 Program Information
 Adopt-a-Family Guidelines

2020 Adopt-a-Family Photo Gallary

Shop with a Hero

Kids Shopping in StoreIn connection with the Novi Police and Fire Departments, this program pairs students with local heroes to shop for holiday items at the Target store in Novi.

2020 Shop With A Hero Photo Gallary

Back to School Shopping

Back to SchoolThe Back to School Shopping program intends to help students get excited and prepared for the new school year with some new apparel.  Students are paired with community volunteers from the Novi Police Department, Novi Fire Department, and Novi City Council to shop at the Novi Kohl’s store.

Backpack Program

NYA acquires backpacks and school supplies and distributes them to Novi students.

2020 Shop With A Hero

It was a busy week for Novi Youth Assistance! NYA partnered with the Novi Public Safety team for their annual Shop with a Hero event, which took place on Saturday, December 5th at the Target store located in Novi. Twelve Novi youths created their wish lists online and the Novi Pubic Safety Team masked up to fulfill those orders, helping to make these youths’ wishes come true.

2020 Adopt A Family

NYA also hosted the Adopt-a-Family program on Thursday, December 10th at the Novi Career Prep High School and Adult Education. Thirty three Novi families received assistance this holiday season from 37 adopters who were able to help provide gifts to help make their holiday season a little brighter. NYA appreciates the local Novi clubs, businesses and families who donated gifts this holiday season. Without their generous support this program would not have been possible.