Madelyn made delicious cookies for the staff and shelter guests yesterday. They were oatmeal raisin and were incredible!
During our regular food pick up at a local grocery store, all these items were waiting for the mission. A customer bought them and asked that they be given to the homeless.
We received this testimony from Travis, one of our former shelter guests. "I wanted to say a heartfelt thank you for all of your help during my trying times. I am so blessed to have had all of you. I am no longer homeless and have gained thirty-three pounds in…
Pictured is a table decoration in our dining area on Thanksgiving Day. We served 1,752 meals on that day! A big thank you to everyone who gave their time and donated to support this important event. Many people came through and were touched by your generosity.
Andrew brought 15 turkeys from one of our friends. They were very large Butterball turkeys!
The gift table for the homeless has been a big success for the past two years. We still need some items to complete the table for this Thursday. The items most needed are beef jerky, nuts, gloves, foot powder, small deodorant, lipstick, and perfumes. If you would like to provide…
Will’s discipleship group from Concord Baptist Church is going to pass out flyers this Saturday. They want to help get the word out about the Thanksgiving meal. If you would like to help please contact Stan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conner and Tana came by the Mission in the evening with their mom. They prepared items to give to the shelter ladies. It came straight from their hearts! Conner made the muffins he is holding.
Demetrius has been back in the shelter with us. I always enjoy having him around. He keeps us entertained with his great sense of humor. A big thank you to our donors! Your support provided a safe, warm place for Demetrius to stay tonight.
Patten Towers has recovered from their fire and tenants are moving back into spaces. The Mission is going to be providing Thanksgiving meals through the carry-out arm of the Thanksgiving Day outreach.