Jesus Did It! Acts Of Service Blitz
In the month of November 2022, we decided to show God's love in a tangible way. We sowed $10k towards making the lives of others in our community better. We distributed groceries, purchased groceries, filled gas tanks, bought lunch, provided personal care items for the homeless, etc.
Help For Ft. Myers, Florida (Hurricane Ian Recovery)
We collected 2 Pick-Up Loads of food, clothing, household items and personal care items. Items were transported to a local ministry in the area which served as a distribution location.
Farm Share, Inc. ***New Partnership***
We are excited to be able to partner up with Farm Share especially in this time great community need. This partnership will allow us access to 21k pounds of food on a monthly basis. Our Outreach Initiative can now easily serve 500 families monthly.
"Hope At The City" Community Outreach Initiative
In the month of July 2020, we were able to serve 443 people groceries for a week. We wish to express our gratitude to Winn Dixie Stores on their generous donation of 1,000 grocery bags and to our team of about 30 volunteers. Each grocery bag is estimated at $10.50 - $12.50 each and included: Frozen Chicken, Bread, Saltine Crackers, Cucumber, Onions, Potatoes, White/Brown Rice, Apples, Oranges, Canned Pork & Beans, Canned String Beans, Canned Yams, Lettuce, Ramen Noodles, Sausages & Milk.
Face Masks For Basseterre, St. Kitts
We were excited for the opportunity to donate 200 face masks to the students and staff at Joseph Obadiah Williams Primary School in Basseterre, St. Kitts.
"Hope At The City" Community Outreach Initiative Launches
Upon the official launch of "Hope At The City" in the month of June 2020, we were able to serve 773 people groceries for a week.
50 Families Receive Groceries
In the midst of being quarantined, The City acknowledges the fact that many families are struggling to place food on their tables. Therefore, an initiative to feed at least 50 families from the local community was launched. Each family received 2 bags of fruits, vegetables, rice, snacks and a variation of meats. This was provided free of cost with no obligations to those in need. Through the power of social media, using the Nextdoor App, texting and word of mouth, we were able to successfully serve 50+ families in 3 hours.
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