Mission: The mission of Lighthouse Ministries Inc. (incorporated in 2007) is to improve the quality of lives of the less fortunate and most vulnerable in our communities through love, care, share, and use of social services. Our social service programs include provision of computer technology and solutions to give people with disabilities, students at-risk, underprivileged and economically disadvantaged youth the opportunities, through training, to lead independent and productive lives; preventive education regarding HIV/AIDS and alcohol, drug, and substance abuse to high-risk groups; intervention to combat child abuse and neglect; education and training to prevent violence against women and children; distribution of food and non-food items to those in need; and transportation assistance for the disabled, handicapped, or sick to medical errands. This includes devising training programs to reduce poverty, and social services initiatives in Africa to combat malaria, poverty, and HIV/AIDS. This mission is carried out by our dedicated and selfless volunteer force whose outreach efforts will find, stabilize, and assist these less fortunate and most vulnerable in our communities.
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Lighthouse Ministries is a great nonprofit organization. I attended two of their workshops - one dealing with drug and substabce abuse prevention, and the other, helping to reduce violence and crime in our community. There were over 60 young people in attendance at each workshop. As a former drug abuser myself, my life was changed just by attending the drug workshop. At the other workshop on crime prevention in Memphis, TN, over 25 young people agreed to relinguish violence and work towards mutual tolerance, peace, and good citizens. At each workshop, food and drinks were provided freely to all attendees. Today, I am telling other young people about the dangers of substance and drug abuse. Thanks to this fine charity - I am a changed man from drug abuse.
I have been voluntering for Lighthouse Ministries, Inc in N'Zerekore, Guinea, West Africa. We have been educating the local populace on HIV/AIDS prevention; educating against combatting the deadly disease, malaria. We have also distributed up to date, 5600, mosquito nets. This is a very good organization. We still need more mosquito nets, and clothes.