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The Lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it.
Genesis 2:15 NIV
For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in
Matthew 25: 35
Black Church Food Security Network
WE ARE A NETWORK OF BLACK CHURCHES ORGANIZED TO ADVANCE HEALTH, WEALTH, AND POWER FOR OUR PEOPLE.
Bread for the World
We can end hunger in our time.
JESUS SAID, 'YOU GIVE THEM SOMETHING TO EAT' — MATTHEW 14:16
One Day. One Stop. One Goal.
Saginaw Community Connect is a partnership between United Way of Saginaw County, the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, the Saginaw County Consortium of Homelessness Assistance Providers, the SVRC Marketplace, Mustard Seed Shelter and the Food Access Collaboration Team of Saginaw County (FACTS).
Michigan’s Local Food Community
Taste the Local Difference® is Michigan’s local food consulting, media and marketing agency. We specialize in communication strategy for Michigan’s local food businesses. We are passionate about education, building relationships and empowering entrepreneurs. Our team supports purpose-driven brands throughout the state of Michigan with the goal of selling more Michigan grown and produced food across the state.
The Great Lakes CleanUP is a collaborative single week trash removal event to protect habitats throughout the Great Lakes Basin
for I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you Welcomed me. Matthew 25:35b
Compelled by the love of God to equip the hurting and homeless of Mid-Michigan through guidance and godly care that leads our guests toward God-honoring, sustainable solutions and permanent housing.
We water the seed of inner strength in women experiencing homelessness so they can make a better life for themselves and their children.
The Habitat for Humanity is looking for voluteers to build a new home in Merrill. Other opportunities include prayer before building news, office work and providing lunch at the sites.
CONTACT: Ms. Dakos (989) 753-5200 ex. 202
Going to the ends. Where no one else goes.
Because Jesus is alive in the hardest places to be a child.
A lost of Chocolate companies that only use ethically grown cocoa. Find out if you can tell if the Chocolate you are eating is connected to Child Slavery.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Donations to Underground Railroad Resale directly benefit the survivors we serve. Our clients use URR issued vouchers for clothing and household items they need throughout their transition periods. Revenue from the surplus donations provides funding for programs and services provided at URR. For updates on promotions and merchandise visit Underground Railroad Resale’s Facebook page or Instagram. To volunteer at Underground Railroad Resale, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (989) 399-0007 ext. 105
EMPOWERING INDIVIDUALS. ENRICHING COMMUNITIES.
As always, our commitment is to you and our community. We are here to keep you healthy and safe. We may offer you a virtual visit so you don’t have to leave your house unnecessarily. Ask us for more details when you call your center.
The strategic plan is one that will guide us in making daily decisions and serves as a compass in navigating through future challenges and opportunities.
At LifeClinic, you'll find medical and support services from a staff who truly cares for your holistic wellbeing. Whether you're seeking trauma support, parenting support, or more information about pregnancy options, we have the no-cost and confidential resources you need.
Rememeber those in Prison.
Even the most broken Lives and situations can be restored and made whole when we respond to God's to serve Men and Women behind bars.
We must truthfully confront our history of racial injustice before we can repair its painful legacy.