Funding is a desperate need for an inner-city ministry

By August 8, 2005

USA (MNN) — More than 70-percent of all low-income adults in the United States faced food, housing or healthcare hardship in the past year. By God’s grace, Here’s Life Inner City has been able to help nearly 100,000 hungry children and adults every month by providing compassionate-evangelism products like back-to-school shoes, Easter Bags and Homeless Care Kits to more than 1,200 churches and mission groups.

Here’s Life’s warehouses enable them to provide this practical aid, which then allows Christians to share the Gospel with the down and out. And lives have been changed as a result.

However, Here’s Life’s warehouse ministry is facing a significant financial need right now, and at a critical time. While they’ve received tons of donated food and many volunteers, funding to run the warehouses is $120,000 short.

Because of this, a generous donor has committed $30,000, but it can only be released as others get involved. Each dollar that’s donated will be matched up to $30,000, cutting the deficit in half.

This will allow Here’s Life Inner City to continue providing food, back-to-school items, holiday gift bags and more to churches in the inner city, allowing them to share the Gospel as they do. Through your gift, an inner city mother won’t have to decide between food and medicine for her baby.

Click on the highlighted link above to donate.

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