WE know there are tons of ministries, non-profit organizations, and other service providers who help those in need all over the Gulf Coast every day! But YOU might not know about them! That's why we present the 88.3 WAY-FM Service Spotlight! Each month we will highlight an organization in the Gulf Coast who are changing lives in our very community. You can learn more about each organization and how you can get involved!
If you are part of or know an organization who would like to be a part of the Service Spotlight - let us know!
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April's Service spotlight is on
Panama City Rescue Mission
Movers for Moms:
Two Men and a Truck are collecting donations for Bethel Village, a womens recovery program, for delivery on Mother’s Day. Powdered laundry detergent, liquid hand soap, body wash, non-aerosol hairspray, coffee, dry powder creamer, non-sugar sweeteners- (Equal, Sweet & Low, Splenda or generics), family sized tea bags, AA batteries, spiral 1 or 2 subject notebooks, tabbed 3 ring dividers for notebook binders, blank index cards – 3X5 or 4X6, highlighters, bottles of ibuprofen, bottles of multivitamins and antacids, liquid dish detergent (Dawn, Joy, store brand), canned soups, canned tomatoes and other vegetables or fruit, pasta and pasta mixes (main dish or salads), brownie mixes, cake mixes, icing, women’s white ankle sports socks, foam earplugs, twin sheet sets/pillowcases, bed pillows – standard size, lawn/trash bags, paper goods- toilet paper, paper towels, facial tissues, copy paper, women’s clothing, household goods, small appliances, dishes, flatware, towels, any household items, etc.
Emergency Services are providing the poor and those without homes with free clothes, food and shelter. We also have a DayCenter where clients can search for jobs and meet with partner agencies in a one-stop-center. All these services are bathed in prayer and pointing people to their real need-- Jesus Christ
Addiction Recovery Programs:
Addiction Recovery Programs are for those whose choices have led them down rough roads. When they are ready to choose a new life, a life lived for Christ, a free long-term discipleship program is here to help them.
Outreaches are short-term solutions to help families that live on the edge of homelessness, by providing free resources such as food boxes (through Family Food Festival), school uniforms (through Klothes for Kids), and holiday celebrations (such as Easter Egg Hunt and Lunch with Santa). Often a parent must choose between paying for electricity, or food. Those are tough choices and we can prevent homelessness by providing for these families.