Nothing was right at the end of the day
On April 27, 2011, everything changed for so many http://ow.ly/i/zQcf
70% of needed food for the year in Shelby Co. collected today by boy scouts for us. Thanx guys!!!
The Birmingham Salvation Army houses over 300 men, women and children in our Emergency Shelter everyday. www.birminghamsalvationarmy.org
Hands on Bham and Banana Republic donated school supplies for needy kids. More info to come
Christopher Kaufman receives a plaque of appreciation from Major David Wetzel of the Salvation Army on Thursday afternoon during the grand opening of the thrift store in Carlisle, PA. The Salvation Army of Carlisle, PA received a fabulous makeover thanks to one hard-working high school Senior. After months of planning, organizing and 300 hours of physical labor, Christopher Kaufman reflects in The Sentinel on the … Continue reading
Nicknamed the “Fukushima Fifty.” 180 workers try to head off a nuclear disaster in an effort some are calling a “suicide mission.” Amplify’d from goodnewsdaily.com Heroic Japanese Reactor Workers on ‘Suicide Mission’ Japanese workers who are “not afraid to die” are struggling to head off a nuclear disaster at the stricken Fukushima reactors in an effort some are calling a “suicide mission.” On Wednesday, 180 … Continue reading
Craig Walker out of Lake Charles, La is a canteen worker, spending his time all around our area, but was recently out in McDonald Chapel. While there he was given this by a woman who was going through what was left of her house, only to find a checkbook and insurance papers from Atmore, Alabama in amongst her debris. Many reports have come in that are finding debris … Continue reading
We just received a check for $5,000 from our long-time supporter Rhetta Skelton. Not to be outdone her daughter Loree also gave us a check for $5,000. So thanks to the Skelton’s we now have $10,000 to buy supplies and items needed for the tornado victims. This family has always been supportive day-to-day and through disasters like this, so we thank them for their support.
This was a pair of shoes we received as a donation with a picture and a note saying “May God Bless you and may you have good health and a happy family.” Signed: Gerald & Donna Gober of Gardendale. Their support and love is what keeps us all going. Thanks to you for your kindness.