Cleaning The Teeth of The Homeless
We are proud to announce that we had enough volunteers for the St. Patricks Day event coming up this month on March 17th. There will be volunteers gathering in many states around the United States to offer services to the homeless. Feeding them will be first on the agenda for the day, there will be tents and buffet tables set up with corned beef briskets and roasted potatoes as our hot items, there will be cabbage salad and a corn salad as cold side dishes. After eating all attendees will be encouraged to make their way to the portable showering tents where they can receive a warm shower in a safe clean environment. Once showered, we will be giving out new wardrobes put together from member donated clothing drives across the country. There are enough clothes for everyone, so we are excited to see how well this offering is received. The next phase of our St. Patricks Day gathering will include haircuts for those in need, a free eye exam, and a free dental checkup from a local dentist in OKC. After all of our clients have received a oral checkup and cleaning, they will all be given an environmentally friendly bag with disposable belongings that will aim to encourage them to improve their situation. Bible study will be held afterwords for any of our clients that wish to stay and enjoy an hour of Bible study with the volunteers of the church and members of the community. We are pleased by the number of volunteers that have stepped up and made the pledge to help end homelessness and help end hunger. Our volunteers have not only raised the money needed to provide food, clothes, and oral check ups for our clients, but they have gone above and beyond finding additional volunteers to work our treatment stations around the country. With the blessing of God, the support of the community, and belief in each other we can help end the cycle of homelessness amongst families and help them make a better future for their loved ones. God bless you all for your ongoing love and support as we spread the will of God across the globe and comfort those in need.