Somebody Cares Picayune provides for the physical, spiritual and emotional needs in their community with the goal of bringing restoration to families and individuals. They do this by partnering with area churches on a variety of ministries throughout the year:
Manna Ministries: Often everyday families struggle to make ends meet. Since its founding, Manna Ministries has provided more than $4 million to aid those families. Services include food and clothing distribution, medical services, drug assistance programs, and a benevolence program.
Kid’s Kingdom: A community initiative providing safe and fun playgrounds and parks for families and their children to spend time together, believing that the Lord would heal, restore, and build these families through those places.
Foster Children Christmas Party: Every year a Christmas party is put on for the foster children and families of the area. Activity booths are set up – including one where the kids can take a picture with Santa-, a skit is put on, a delicious meal served, and finally each child is given gifts specially provided by local church members.
Ageless Treasures Ministry: Volunteers visit 5 senior citizen locations at least once a month throughout the year, praying, laughing, crying and singing with the elderly. In addition, special baskets are given to over 250 senior citizens during the Easter season.
Interested in finding out more? Contact SC Picayune at http://www.rlministry.org/. Want to start and/or support similar grassroots and transformation initiatives in your area and across the nation? Start by partnering with us!
- "We cannot change our own sinful hearts, but if we give our hearts to The Lord, He will change it from the inside out." @dougstringer1 day ago - reply
- Somebody Cares International representatives have been meeting with some of our Relief partners in Philippines all this last week.2 days ago - reply
- Somebody Cares America & International founder @dougstringer in top 100 of thousands nominated for a John C. Maxwell Leadership Award.2 days ago - reply
- Medicines from the Somebody Cares network have arrived in the Philippines and are being used in clinics to help Typhoon survivors!3 days ago - reply