GPS MINISTRIES INC
Rating: 4.93 stars 45 reviews
Issues: Human Services
Location: 412 North 24th Street Quincy IL 62301 USA
Results: We are doing our best to alleviate hunger in our community and surrounding areas. We are called to make a difference, one person at a time.
Target demographics: do our best to help alleviate hunger one person at a time.
Direct beneficiaries per year: Approx. 3,300 individuals
Geographic areas served: Quincy, Illinois
Programs: Social services, food pantry, kids snack pack program, kids power hour, case management & system navigation services, basic life, computer/IT and job skills program, personal care assistance, spiritual growth programs, and give back program (clients who may desire to give their time)
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If the world had more facilities with such genuine people the world would be a better place , people wouldn't just be ordinary people but that of a hard working and caring community. The people at GPS MINISTRIES are just ordinary people who have put forth countless hours to help others. I love the give back program! My family fell through many rough patches last year and we turned to GPS for help. I have recieved a lot of help for my family, donated, and volunteered my time as well. I was so blessed to not only recieve help but blessed to have donated food items since I know that by giving back it was helping out some one else who were going through a hard time too! I loved seeing all the people who were all smiles when we donated a few truck loads of patatoes it was well worth it just knowing that I could be a part of helping some one and blessing them. You can read all the reviews on here but you will never know the full efffect it will positively have on you until you expierence it yourself. GPS is always looking for donations and volunteers that way we can all come together to help one another.
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