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A Dothan family needs some neighborly love. The following items are needed: living room furniture, dining room furniture, dressers, stove, refridgerator, twin bedding sets, queen bedding sets. If you can help call Dwight at 790-4031.
Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngster, better known as HIPPY, needs your help. The Dothan-based program helps young children get school supplies they can't afford on their own.
HIPPY employees have placed collection boxes throughout the wiregrass.
They need school supplies like pencils, pens, paper, scissors and glue.
If you'd like to donate, you can drop off the school supplies at any of the Alfred Saliba centers.
If your business would like a donation box, you can call 334-836-0217.
Check out the SEACH Facebook page CLICK HERE
Love In Action Ministries puts feet to Matthew 25:35-36. Society would like to forget about the homeless, drug addicts, prostitutes, gang members and all the others who make up the inner cities.
Ministry needs include: hygien items (deoderant, shampoo, body wash, shaving cream and razors), new underwear
PLEASE NOTE: At this time no clothes are needed.
For more information on Love In Action Ministries click on the logo to the left.
Kristie's Krusade is a non-profit foundation that was established to honor the life of Kristie Mathis. The purpose of Kristie's Krusade is to help children in the Wiregrass who suffer from serious illness and their families.
Kristie's Krusade is run soley on donations and fundraisers. If you are intersted in makind a donation or volunteering your time call Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Dothan 334.792.9406 and for more information check out their Facebook page (Just click the logo on the left)
Sam hallmark has been the full time cook at the rescue mission for nearly two months. Mission residents say Hallmark's spaghetti is the best meal there, but sometimes Hallmark doesn't have the ingredients he needs to make it. The mission houses about eighty-five people right now, but they expect more people at the end of the week with the potential for severe weather. "We could always use more donations of mixed vegetables, carrots and stuff. I have a lot of green beans and corn I can make soups, but anything would be great. “Hallmark said. Employees say they need supplies like garbage bags, paper towels, and toilet paper, as well as certain food. "… something small as pop tarts, grits, cereals that kind of thing, milk, eggs, any kind of breakfast food you can think of. You could also turn around and use the milk for other areas for cooking and baking later on in the day“ (Dothan Rescue Missions marketing director Chris Grandstaff). Officials say anyone can donate food and supplies straight to the administration building in downtown Dothan. The mission will also pick up the supplies.
For more on The Dothan Rescue Mission CLICK HERE.