Touching Lives Street Ministry
This is a non profit organization was founded by Rev Calvin Gilmore.
This street ministry reaches out to homeless, drug addicts and alcoholics: an all those in need throughout the community. This Outreach Ministry provides food, clothing, Bibles and tracts to the homeless. We provide help, the Word of God and praise and worship to those that may not know God or may have forgotten about God. We do this through prayer, teaching, praising and lifting up God's name, and being Christ-like in all our conduct. Our mission is to help others know God and mature in their relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Contact info: Rev Calvin Gillmore www.touchinglivesstreetministry.com
Touching Lives is a proud partner supplying turkeys, fresh fruits and veggies for our holiday food baskets an fresh food giveaways. Please show him support. He is truly giving a helping hand to our community.
Drink Water instead of Sugary Drinks
16 oz Water has 0 grams of Sugar
15.2 oz 100% Juice Smoothie 60gms sugar
20 oz Lemon-Lime Soda 77 gms sugar
20 oz Orange Soda 85 grams sugar
38 oz Cola 128 grams of sugar
And if you do drink,Soda's/Juices, Please do so in moderation
Second Touch Women's Thrift Boutique
Second Touch is a woman's retail shop, and a ministry of ReNEWed Destiny, Inc. with the goal of helping women as they begin again in the transitional stages of life. Second Touch is not just another goodwill store, as they work to create an enjoyable experience in shopping for quality merchandise at affordable prices. ReNEWed Destiny, Inc helps to get women back on their feet by creating programs (in addition to Second Touch) that aid in job searches, interview techniques, resume writings, and providing clothing vouchers for women who can't afford something nice for that interview.
Located at: 4774 A Yadkin Rd. Fayetteville NC Phone Number: (910) 476-3392
Special Thank you for your donations during our fundraiser for the trip to Africa.
Please visit her Shop and get great deals
My name is Tobias Okoth, I am 20 years old, born and raised in Gatwekera Village in Kibera,Kenya. I graduated high school and currently working as an ECD teacher in one of the schools in Kibera . I also play the piano during my free time.
” My community means so much to me; First, it has helped me to be social,learn how to survive under minimal resources and help others. Lastly and most important thing about it, is the cheapest life style. Some of the challeges I face in my community are: poor sanitation,low level of eduction, lack of job opportunity,poverty and hunger. Things I feel will make my community better is; one, to improve on sanitation, building good school structures,environment with qualified teachers.Two,building more toilets and improving on gabbage collection. Lastly, reducing the number of bars, this has led to waste of money and life of many young teenagers who turn to substance abuse/alcohol and end up addicted or in crimes. My goal is “Aspiring change in my community for my generation and future generations after me ”
I would just like to say that as a 20 y/o black male, living in North Carolina. I realize that I have to get my act together. In 2017, we do not have time for playing games. My generation likes the party, pills, & weed. But the only thing those things will do is keep you broke and off focus and addicted. I can honestly see why my parents were pushing me so hard to go to school. A formal education is key in today's society. I had been working in the fast food industry, mainly as a cook. An was attending school. I realize that's not what I want to do, the rest of my life. I want better. Not saying anything is wrong with making an honest living. But Im striving to be my own boss. That's right an entrepreneur. When i get my degree in Agricultural Engineering, I plan to make a difference in our community. I believe that if I can learn more about the food industry an growing crops, I can start my own farm to table store, restaurant etc. Which would be a huge asset to the community. Music is my passion, I am a conscious rapper but I also realize, I have to be able to support myself so that I can pursue my dream. Au The God. Remember that name. My album is going to hit gold or platinum. An im going to sell over 1 million cd's. Check me out on Facebook.
My name is Antony Ogolla . I am 19 years old and I live in Lindi in Kibera Kenya. I like reading novels and playing football. I am a student in grade twelve in Olympic High school. My community means the following to me: it is and has been motivating me to work hard for a better life than what I have now. Two,it taught me to be independent and created a bond of brotherhood because people do help each other in times of need. The challenges I face in my community are: insecurity,poor housing,poor hygine,health cares and iliteracy. Things I feel will make my community better is: Educating the community on the importance of proper hygiene,making education available and affordable to everyone in my community.Building well equipped and accessible hospitals .Good allocation and well managed gabbage collection environment. Due to the darkness Antony and I had to end the interview so that he can rush home and prepare for the following day.