Feeding Our Families, Inc. will provide exciting, alternative ways to address food insecurity in Montgomery County, MD. Additionally, Feeding Our Families, Inc. will partner with existing organizations with similar missions and complement their activities, invigorating the community to become excited about healthy eating and providing better options for their families.Donations will help Feeding Our Families, Inc. apply for 501(c)(3) status, which will allow this organization to apply for grant funding to keep the mission moving forward. Any donations through this campaign over the cost of application for 501(c)(3) status will be put towards creation of a professional website (currently using a placeholder site) and the first event, which is already being planned!This program will encourage Montgomery County residents to become excited about healthy eating through hands-on education, with special guest instructors, in an effort to empower the community to ove
We are extremely excited to celebrate it's fifth year of community wide family fun! Your sponsorship donation and or participation of any amount will be a great help toward reaching this goal. Our intentions with partnering with your organization is to develop and maintain a strong community foundation for the people of Bishopville, stakeholders and city officials. to bring Community awareness and old-fashioned Family Values back into the community
Hi my name is Maurice A. Holden andI have a story to tell you. My wife (Carol Harper-Holden) were attended KentState University. I'm studying computer engineering and mysignificant other already has her bachelors degree (Sociology), yetshe wasworking on her2ndbachelor's in applied communication. As of now mywife and I are homeless. Nowhere to go. Where doI get to write this story?TheKent State Library in the computer lab. As I ponder to myself, I had to ask these questions: How did it happen? You see life was going normal for usthen a turn of events caused us to become homeless. Last year we were living in the Miller's Homeless shelterbecause I lost myjob, as a custodian, at Kent State. By having a lack of money forced lead us to leave our apartment in Akron.We ended up staying in aDays Inn motel for about 3 weeks.I had justenough money to coverthe costs untilI ran out of funds. I met this guy name Mark Frisone. He is Excuti
I want to helppoor childrens. i've always been serious to Nepal government and nepal Orphan house and Child care center. Nepal governemntreally never see and care real poor childrens and they never give free education for that kinds of poor childrens, In Nepal here is lot of Orphan houses and Child care centers but heartly i say here they only think for business they only show the pictures and put there organization some relative or some few poor children for show peoples in the world and do business but i am really very sad for that thise who think business. I want tohelp them the real poor children and give education for them but i need honest friends those who like to work with me honestly.i love and care that kinds of childrens before i got one small baby in the road and bring her in my home and care i like to help her life n want to give education and want care her life but i have nothing to do but when i got this site i am really so much happy i hop
As the fires rage in the Southern Appalachians, leaving many NC and TN residents homeless and dependent on charity for the most basic needs, we are putting out the call to our brothers and sisters across the land (and globe) to give till it hurts. These good mountain folk have been widely ignored and spurned by coastal elites as their homes and lives are destroyed. They need our help.Once the fundraising drive has completed, funds will be used to purchase (via an online retailer) necessities like nonperishable food, diapers, and clothing, as well as comfort items for children. The order(s) will be shipped to one or a few locations in the area receiving relief deliveries. (Update: this is contingent on whether local spots are still accepting in-kind d'nations.The fundraiser will wrap up on Sunday (12/4/16) night at 11:59:59 EST, so give early and often!
For months I have driven past this man. He comes to the corner of Cactus and 32nd Street after dark each night.There have been several times I have actually gone out of my way to drive another way home because seeing him there has brought me to tears. I've seen him walking with his walker and wheel chair over the 51 over pass on Cactus and he sells copper coins. A few months ago, I decided to stop with 2 bottles of water and $10.00. I wanted