BLESSING PACKAGES & CARE GIFTS FOR HOMELESS AND OTHERS

“I was in prison and you came to visit me . . . I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.”  (Mathew 25:36, 40)
*Source: https://www.prisonfellowship.org

Individuals who undergo a state of brokenness may encounter various challenges, encompassing financial, social, and mental difficulties, and often rely on the assistance of others for support. In these instances, offering a genuine donation of material goods serves to foster a sense of community connection.

The act of caring and sharing is inherently intertwined. Engaging in the noble endeavor of giving back to those in need not only demonstrates compassion but also strengthens the interdependence among individuals. By extending aid to others, there is always the potential for a positive impact on their lives. The issue of poverty is pervasive throughout the nation, and while giving may not completely eradicate this disparity, it does contribute to its reduction. Most significantly, it influences society as a whole, regardless of the specific circumstances.

In our endeavor to assist those in need, we will provide a diverse range of items for packages and gifts. These products will be distributed to various locations and individuals who are wounded warriors, homeless, victims/survivors of human trafficking, recovering from addiction and incarceration, facing domestic violence, and other similar situations. The assortment of specialty items will include, but not be limited to:

Personal Hygiene:

Tooth brush and paste; combs and brushes; nail clippers; bandages; wet wipes; feminine products; hygiene items, bedding, clothing, razors + shaving creams; shampoos; lip balms; sunscreens or lotions; face masks; hand and foot warmers; diapers/pampers; baby wipes, school supplies, and among others.

Food / Snacks:

Water bottles, packs of tuna salad and crackers; peanut butter crackers; raisins; dried fruit; mints; nuts; sports drinks; and apple sauces, among others.