October 26, 2012
Tri-Coastal Community Outreach, Inc. makes a strong impact on the communities it serves. Starting out in 2006 and serving food, clothing and building supplies to those in need in South Alabama, the organization has expanded its service area and its services 500%. The all-volunteer organization has volunteers who were impacted during Hurricane Katrina and six years later are serving in program management positions as volunteers. The philosophy is to educate and train their clients to become self-reliant and self-sustainable. Through "It's All About You" program, clients gain knowledge and hands-on experience in financial and health literacy and learn basic construction and repair techniques. This is an organization that helps when a need occurs. Contributing to them ensures that your financial investment goes to direct services.
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