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A Safer Place: The Story of Somebody Cares New England

In July of 2002, Marlene Yeo met with Doug Stringer at The Call New York prayer gathering. As they talked Doug asked about the mission the Lord sent her on in Haverhill, Massachusetts.  Marlene shared it all began with watching one of the Sentinel Group’s transformation videos. Doug gave language to what she felt in [...]

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Anything To Serve

“Anything to serve,” has long been Matt Stevens’ personal motto, and now—as director of Somebody Cares Baltimore—that mindset has become the DNA of the SCB network in that city. In 2013, Somebody Cares Baltimore hosted ServeFest, where more than 130 churches mobilized 4000+ volunteers to complete 190 projects in one day. In addition, the chapter coordinated [...]

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Aberdeen, Scotland: Giving at Christmas and All Year Too!

GATHERING THE FOOD This has been an amazing Christmas at Somebody Cares. Record numbers of food bags were given out, record numbers of people received food and a record number of families received presents for their children. Our deep desire that  everyone in Aberdeen  has a great Christmas comes nearer to reality with each year [...]

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Why Caring Matters: 2013 Year in Review

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Christmas Outreach Makes Thankful Hearts!

Tricia bent down in a chair crying and overwhelmed from the difficult times she felt surge over her. Emily, one of the Somebody Cares team, knelt down and prayed for the troubled mother. While on maternity leave from her job 2 years ago she was told although she had been with the company for 12 [...]

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Philippine Relief: Providing Comfort and Care

Field Report: Dec 10, 2013 Family mourns the loss of children and parents As I am getting back from my week-long trip to the Philippines my heart is heavy. In my 12 years of seeing just about every major disaster in the USA and in Haiti, I have to say that this the worst I [...]

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Philippine Relief: Mobilizing Medicines and Food

Dec 2, 2013 — Even over the Thanksgiving weekend, Somebody Cares and ministry partners were working to mobilize containers loads of food (about 1 ½ million meals worth) as well as requested medicines for Typhoon Yoland survivors in the Philippines. A medical team from Somebody Cares partner, Medical Mission Adventures, took medicines for the clinics [...]

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Partnering with Churches in the Philippines

Over a week has past since Typhoon Haiyan stormed through the Philippines leaving a path of misery and destruction.  Even now our partner teams on the ground are finding communities that have not received aid yet.  They are bringing the first supplies of food, water purifiers, medical supplies and other essentials to survivors who are [...]

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Let Mid-West Tornado Survivors Know Somebody Cares!

As soon as word of the Mid-West Tornados hit the news yesterday, Somebody Cares was in contact with partner agencies to rally a response effort.  Deadly tornados left a path of destruction through six states destroying homes and livelihoods. Congressman Aaron Schock, of Illinois, says whole neighborhoods were leveled.  The city of Washington, IL has [...]

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Philippine Response: Field Update

November 18, 2013 (From partner ministry CRI) Hi Doug, Here is the latest…Just got back to Cebu. We got stuck up in Ormok with many people trying to leave Tacloban and hard hit areas so ferry is hard to get tickets for. We had to eventually hire a local fisherman and his very small boat [...]

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