This past year, volunteers have had the opportunity to take the time needed to get to know our clients on a deeper level. Volunteers are learning about their neighbors’ lives, their struggles, their wins, and their losses in a way we’ve never seen before.
3 resources (t-shirt, journal, and decal plus a 30-day challenge) to help you share the message that each person’s God-given potential is needed for a thriving community.
83% of Evansville identifies as Christian. Yet…addiction, abuse, housing, and poverty are major issues in our community. Is something in our faith disconnected? Check out our new book, Heavensville!
What does a typical day for someone struggling in poverty look like? This playing card experience can help you understand and empathize with the unique challenges and choices someone in these circumstances face.
We’re excited to announce that we are working to offer new Food Nutrition Cohorts (healthy cooking and education group classes). As a result, there will be some changes to our hot meal program.