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SCA chapters gear up for the holidays!

Across the U.S., Somebody Cares chapters and centers are planning outreach events that will bless their communities for the holidays. In St. Augustine, our chapter is ready for its annual Coats4Kids drive, collecting coats, gloves, hats, and more throughout the month of November. Items will be distributed to the 500+ homeless students in the St. […]

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SCA network serving 2000 meals a day in Panama City, delivering food and supplies to rural areas

Somebody Cares network partners Blood-n-Fire San Antonio and Ally Force are serving 2,000 hot meals each day from our staging area in Panama City, with the numbers expected to rise significantly this weekend as more people return to see their homes for the first time and more volunteers arrive to help with clean-up. We are […]

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Hurricane Florence Response

As Hurricane Florence continues to pummel the east parts of North Carolina and South Carolina Somebody Cares is positioned to quickly respond.  We have identified partners in the disaster impacted communities and are mobilizing bulk food, cleaning supplies and other essentials so we can quickly provide these resources to areas hit by the storm.  Please […]

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Bibles, Bears & the Border

Doug Stringer recently returned from visiting the Rio Grande Valley, meeting with church and ministry partners who are working with flood relief efforts as well as with families coming through processing centers in McAllen and other locations. “Regardless of one’s political view on the complexities facing the border,” Doug said, “it’s our job as the […]

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March of Remembrance 2018

The March of Remembrance 2018 will be held on April 15 at various locations throughout the U.S. This is an annual event held to remember those who lost their lives in the Holocaust, to honor those who survived, to educate the younger generations, and to bridge the Jewish and Christian communities. The March of Remembrance […]

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A Tribute to Rev. Billy Graham

By Doug Stringer Dr. Billy Graham had a profound influence on millions of lives; including mine. I can still remember my first experience going to a Billy Graham crusade. It was 1976 and I was living in Bellingham, Washington, attending Western Washington University. Another student and I decided to hitchhike from Bellingham to Seattle to […]

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Texas Gulf Coast Prepares for Harvey

The National Weather Service has upgraded Tropical Storm Harvey to hurricane status, with sustained winds of 80 MPH. Harvey is expected to make landfall on Saturday morning in the Corpus Christi area as a Category 3 hurricane. Houston is forecast to receive 5 to 15 inches of rain, and several counties are under voluntary evacuation. Gov. Abbott has […]

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SCA Chapters & Summer of Caring Impact Lives Across the Country

Somebody Cares Chapters across the USA have spent the summer reaching out to their communities with summer activities! SC New England held Bless The City in June, with a day of food, music, prayer, and distribution of an entire truckload of household goods! They have also just completed their Basketball & Creative Arts Camp. “It was an awesome […]

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Reconciliation Week Prayer for Day 6: A Reconciled Church Honors Well

Friday August 11 Scripture “A son honors his father, and a slave his master. If I am a father, where is the honor due me? If I am a master, where is the respect due me?” says the LORD Almighty. (Malachi 1:6) I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers […]

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Six lives saved through Prayer Network in June

As a member of the Prayer & Crisis Referral Network (PCRN), Somebody Cares helps bring hope to desperate callers through our 24/7 Prayer & Crisis hotline. Working with partners like SCA, The War Room Movie, radio networks, and others, the PCRN prayed with over 9,000 callers in the month of June. And six people, including […]

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