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December 1, 2012
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December 1, 2012
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Hilarious Givers has been a life changing experience for thousands of people. Over the past 4 years Hilarious Givers has given food, clothing, shoes, mattresses, sheets, pillows, blankets, general household items, including stoves, ovens, furniture and what ever else they could round up to help the poor, the hungry and the homeless. They have also provided a place for families to gather and volunteer and feel like they have done something for a third world country without crossing a border. There are no salaries paid at Hilarious Givers, everything that is done is done as a labor of love and with a purpose of serving mankind which was placed on the hearts of Judd and Debra and all the wonderful volunteers which help to make this organization what it is today!

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Life-changing

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2012

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Volunteer for one of our monthly 'pallet packing parties' to assemble loads of nutrition for worthy feeding programs in the slums and fields of Mexico. Or, your family can be 'missionaries for a day' and actually take food to an orphanage one Saturday! Volunteer