LAKE COUNTY \u2014 The Lake County Sheriff\u2019s Office charitable campaign presented a check for $1,000 to the Lake County Senior TRIAD\/Council on Aging recently. \u201cIt was a privilege to issue out another check today from one of our charity campaigns,\u201d Sheriff Rich Martin said.\u00a0 The Lake County Sheriff\u2019s charity campaign includes the Sheriff's Returnables for Charity, the Blessing of the Bikes Shirt Drive, the Special Cause Sheriff Patch Drive, the challenge Coin Drive and the Winter No Shave\/Beard Campaign. The campaign has given to 31 non-profits with donations to date totaling over $39,000. Organizations receiving financial support include: AMVETS Post 1988 \u2014 $2000 Luther Lions Club \u2014 $2000 VFW Post 5315 \u2014 $2000 Bread of Life Food Pantry \u2014 $2000 Peacock Senior Center \u2014 $1000 Irons SDA Community Center\/Pantry \u2014 $1000 Henrietta Summers Senior Center \u2014 $1000 Baldwin Youth Football Club \u2014 $1000 Chase Public Library \u2014 $1000 Luther Fire Department \u2014 $1000 Shrine Of The Pines Museum \u2014 $1000 Williams Island Park Improvement \u2014 $1000 Idlewild Beautification Projects \u2014 $1000 Lake County Historical Society \u2014 $1000 Martin John Heritage Museum in Irons \u2014 $1000 Hollister Senior Center \u2014 $2000 Susan P. Wheatlake Cancer Center in Reed City \u2014 $2000 Lake County Merry Makers in Idlewild \u2014 $2000 WMCMH Autism Treatment and Counseling \u2014 $2000 Evergreen Church in Lake Township \u2014 $1000 AMVETS Motorcycle Riders 1988 \u2014 $1000VFW Auxiliary Post 5315 \u2014 $1000 Lincoln township fire Department \u2014 $1,000 Living waters Fellowship Church in Baldwin \u2014 $1,000 Luther Museum \u2014 $1,000 Rose Lake Youth Camp \u2014 $1060 Irons Boy Scout Troop 61 \u2014$1000 Lake County Ministries - $1,000 Idlewild community Development Organization - $1,000 Baldwin Lions Club - $1,000 Lake County Senior TRIAD\/Council on Aging - $1000 Other\/Smaller Donations \u2014 $400 The Lake County Sheriff\u2019s Charitable Campaign would like to thank all those who have contributed to these programs. They are ongoing programs that will continue to benefit charities within and around Lake County. If you would like to contribute your returnable bottles or cans, please contact the Lake County Sheriff\u2019s office at 231-745-2712. If you know of a charity or non-profit that could use a donation, please email Sheriff Martin at email@example.com For more information follow the LCSO Facebook page, call 231-745-2712, or contact Sheriff Martin.