Jun 21, 2021

JUNE 20 Report

Over the past month, we have been blessed to partner with other organizations and collect a little over 11 pallets worth of dry goods for families in need.

The pandemic has taken many families finances and flipped them out of control, and even with new jobs emerging, many families are finding it hard to make ends meet. So, we feel grateful that we are able to help them by giving them an average of 25lbs of food along with bottles of cleaning agents and cases of water! 

The many stories that we have heard of people not knowing how they would be able to provide food for their children or themselves and then hearing about our effots coming just in time, has been remarkable and a blessing to our team(s).

Our hope is to continue these efforts, even as we begin to think ahead to hurricane and tornado season. On average, there are at least ten families per day in desperate need of help just within a 3 -5 mile radius of our operations. When we add in the fact that word of mouth of our services have spread, referrals and families constamtly in need, we easily forecast the need to collect or buy enough food for 1,000 families in the next month.

Our new goal is to raise the monies needed for at least 30 - 45 more days of service for the community, before we gear up for a busy flood relief and rescue season (as many of you who follow us know our other services).

Please donate, share the word about our mission to keep families fed and then continue to follow us throughout the impending and inevitable natural disaster season.

God's blessings on you all and thank you!

May 14, 2021

MAY 14 Report

another truck load
another truck load

We are happy to report that we have surpassed 3,000 meals delivered throgh our efforts with you all!

We have also delivered over 1,200 pieces of PPE to those needing gloves, sanitizer and masks!

From the bottom of our hearts... Thank you.

We still have a ways to go in helping families sustain food in their homes, as many Americans lost their incomes after many of their jobs were forced to release them. Pantries in the area are overwhelmed as well.

So, if you can, please share the word on our efforts and encourage colleagues, businesses and friends to donate. Together we can continue to be the light that many people need durnig these uncertain times.

Feb 23, 2021

FEB 23 REPORT

During one of walks to raise awareness
During one of walks to raise awareness

Good day all.

Today we served our 2,750th meal during Covid.

Though it isn't an easy mission, hitting this landmark truly is an amazing feat for a small team such as ourselves and we could not have done it without the support of YOU, our faithful supporters and extended team.

Being that so many families and individuals have lost homes and jobs, we are not out of the woods yet. So, as we continue to form collaborations around the state(s) we aim to help more individuals through the end of Summer (when the numbers should be well under control and government stipends are in the hands of those who need it most).

So, we ask that you keep spreading the word! There are an average of 400-500 families who need assistance at extreme levels and an estimated 10,000 households between the two states that will need help at moderate levels of assistance through 2021.

Thank you all again so much... you truly are amazing.

God bless you.

-Your Veteran Response Team

 
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