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Causes: Disaster Aid, Environment, Fire Prevention, Human Services, Job Training, Recycling, Victims Services

Mission: Noble Work Mission Statement: "To be a Global Citizen who identifies with being a part of an emerging world and whose actions contribute to building its communities, values and practices" Noble Work Vision Statement: "To become globally recognized, valued and indispensable to the communities we serve"

Results: Noble Work will be hiring Homeless Veterans at our Thrift Store that will be open in a few months. We are working with Always and Forever Patriots and City of Lights to bring us the Veterans that are in need of work. Noble Work provides clothing and housewares to those who are inflicted by tornados and home fires. Noble Work has donated shoes and clothing to very poor areas in Africa. Noble Work, Santa and Angels Arms Ministries gave a truck load of toys and gifts to children and their parents to our city's low income family neighborhoods and daycares for Christmas. Each year Noble Work donates clothing, hygiene products and housewares to several shelters in Alabama. We spend Tuesdays and Sundays feeding the homeless in Birmingham, Alabama. Noble Work has started a new holiday of giving, called "Pure Hearts Giving Day". This will help to increase giving to our local charities.

Target demographics: Displaced Veterans,The Homeless, Tornado and Home Fire Victims, Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking

Direct beneficiaries per year: Donated clothing to a very poor family in Africa, sent supplies, clothing, water to Florida during the Hurricanes, Donated clothing to the shelters in the area, our missionaries gave donations to the shelters in our area

Geographic areas served: Natural Disaster Relief, and the Underprivileged

Programs: Delivering Winter Clothes and Sleeping Gear to the Homeless with Hot Meals In-Store Vouchers to purchase clothing and housewares to Tornado and Home Fire Victims Funds to our Shelters Future CEO Program for Single Mothers

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Rating: 5

My Husbandry brings a collaborative opportunity to give back. Carol is a great leader who continues to place her community's needs before her own. I love it!