USA (MNN) — It feels as if everything is doubling in price. It's especially painful for those who have recently lost a job. Families like Diana's feel the pinch.
Here's Life Inner City was able to provide food, soap and toilet paper to Diana at a Brooklyn pantry operated by Here's Life. Diana took the items and broke into tears. The pinch on many families is that tight.
The pinch on ministry has gotten tight as well. In order to keep outreaches like the one that helped Diana's family running at full capacity, Here's Life needs to end the fiscal year on August 31 in "the black." For a limited time, a $70,000 Matching Challenge Fund is helping them do that. Every dollar donated by generous and prayerful supporters will be matched with another dollar.
So the money given will be multiplied. That also means the number of people who see Christ's love will be multiplied. Not only will the food pantries stay stocked, homeless people will be warmed, and children will be able to attend Bible studies and after-school programs to help shield them from becoming prey for dangerous influences. S.A.Y Yes! Centers offer kids a way out of poverty, help build character and introduce them to the power of the Gospel.
To find out more about giving, go here. Prayerfully consider giving to the ministry of Here's Life right now while all donations are matched and multiplied.