Metropolitan Housing And Community Development Corporation
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 98
402 N Market St Washington NC 27889 USA
THE CORPORATION RAISES THE ECONOMIC, EDUCATIONAL AND SOCIAL LEVEL OF RESIDENTS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES AND EXPANDS THE OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE TO THESE RESIDENTS TO OWN AND MANAGE BUSINESSES AND PURCHASE AFFORDABLE HOUSING.
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I have worked on two Health Fair Projects with Rev. Melinda Moore and Agape Health Clinic. I love this woman's zeal for Human Affairs. Recently, her board put together their 14th annual Health Fair, in making the community aware of National HIV awareness month. 18 Healthcare providers attended and loaded over 150 attendees with tons of information on Healthy Eating, HIV Testing, Blood Pressure checks, Blood Sugar checks, Exercise demonstrations (tips from a certified Zumba instructor) and Nutrition. The hard work ethics of planning, soliciting donations from local businesses, (Washington Business owner YOU ROCK!!!) and food donations as well really, paid off and met the mark on Giving back to the community. I live for this type of "Giving" ... Now on to the next one...
Acts 20:35King James Version (KJV)
35 I have shewed you all things, how that so labouring ye ought to support the weak, and to remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he said, It is more blessed to give than to receive.
Angela Mariea Oden (just an humble helper)
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I would...do nothing different, but be where I need to be and do what God has put in me to do and that is to be a blessing to others.
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