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Harvest Ministries of Roswell

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Causes: Family Counseling, Food, Food Banks & Pantries, Public & Societal Benefit, Religion, Religion-Related

Mission: Our Mission is to help point people to faith in Christ by Biblical counseling, teaching, and providing nutritious food. To assist anyone who has the need for good quality food . We want to help end hunger in our community. This would include individuals, families, other ministries, and agencies needing our assistance.

Results: After moving into our newly remodeled facility in 2010, we saw hundreds more people helped with intensive counseling. We also expanded our food rescue program, and are distributing ten times (475,000 pounds in 2011), the amount of food to three southeastern NM counties.

Programs: Harvest Ministries' programs provide family counseling, Biblical counseling, food rescue, and food distribution.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

my daughter bought a home in dexter n.m. the well did not work it was over 100 degrees outside four of us needed somewhere to get a shower i called these people and they lent us clean towels and a nice private shower where my wife & daughter were safe and could get cleaned up they were very polite and helpful thanks loads ron bell & family

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Rating: 5

I have personally been involved in the food distribution of Harvest Ministries of Roswell and Pastor Rubie now for many years and can say without a doubt that I have witnessed tens of thousands of people being helped with food, provision, blankets, and other miscellaneous needs. Harvest Ministries of Roswell is the one of the most giving organizations in helping hurting people I have ever seen in my life. I recommend them for the highest award you might give out. Robin A. Cox 575-622-8042