Community Touch, Inc.
Rating: 4.85 stars 13 13 reviews
Food, Homeless & Housing, Human Services
10499 Jericho Rd Bealeton VA 22712 USA
“We Touch the Lives of people in our Community by means of feeding the poor, clothing the needy, providing shelter to the homeless and giving counsel to the substance abuser. We guide the lives of those that need direction in the time of adversity. “
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My experience with Community Touch, Inc. has been bar none. They have become more than an asset to this community. So many times not only I but, friends and relatives have had need of clothing, furniture, household items and food. I do not know what we would have done without Community Touch, Inc. When you have need and you go there you are not judged by who you are are where you have come from. All they want to know is "what do you need". These people have made it a habit of going over and beyond. Recently the Librian from the Middle School that my boys go to called me for information about Community Touch, Inc. because there was a family in the area that really did not have anything and she said that she knew that I knew about Community Touch, Inc. I called CTI and obtained information to relay back to the Librian and she said that she would keep the information for future reference. I cannot express how much of a blessing CTI has been to my family, friends and myself. This year has been a tremendous hardship for many of us and for those of us that are not used to asking for help it has been a most rewarding experience to know that there really are people that are who they say they are and show the "Good Samaritan" type love in this day and time. I have the utmost gratitude for Community Touch, Inc. May they continue to be prosperous and always maintain the caring, love, and support they have shown this community.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the month of November. I did not have a turkey for Thanksgiving and had no money to buy one.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the love that they showed to all people regardless of status, race, etc.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
outgoing abundantly happy people.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
far exceed their expectations. They could feed, clothe, house, and counsel many, many more people.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About once a year
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