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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Emergency Assistance, Human Services

Mission: To meet the needs of the poor in shelby county alabama.

Programs: The organization provides assistance to the needy by providing emergency help with food, rent/mortgage, utilities, lodging for homeless, gasoline, funeral expense, heat/cool repairs, doctor visits, and medication. The organization operates a thrift store which receives contributions and resells the items or donates the goods to qualified individuals. Funds generated from the selling of thrift store items are used to provide assistance to the needy. Recipients of emergency help must provide clear documentation of specific need. Determination of need is done through a personal interview.

christmas gift shop provided gifts for 650 children and teens in the county. Parents were screened through a process to determine need and coordination with every county assures non-duplication of services. In order for this to operate, over 450 volunteers worked each facet of the program.

volunteer ministry - volunteers are the heartbeat of our ministries. More than 150 volunteers assisted several times a month while several hundred additional volunteers worked as needed. Volunteers receive training and a yearly banquet is held in their honor. Identifying shirts are provided.

the organization provides assistance to the needy by providing emergency help with food, rent/mortgage, utilities, lodging for homeless, gasoline, funeral expense, heat/cool repairs, doctor visits, and medication. The organization operates a thrift store which receives contributions and resells the items or donates the goods to qualified individuals. Funds generated from the selling of thrift store items are used to provide assistance to the needy. Recipients of emergency help must provide clear documentation of specific need. Determination of need is done through a personal interview.

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