The Be Rich Campaign is our opportunity to show the community the love of Jesus through financial generosity and serving! In 1 Timothy 6:18 the apostle Paul wrote, “Command them to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share.” Every dollar given and every hour served supports nonprofits doing incredible work. Your generosity makes a difference in the lives of those they serve. Listed below are the partners we have selected for our 6th annual Be Rich Campaign. You can give to the campaign from September 11 through October 2. Let’s go…
The Nest was created as a new care model for family systems and local communities impacted by substance use disorder (SUD), domestic violence, and poverty.
The Nest will provide a supportive program for pregnant women and new moms struggling with addiction, homelessness, domestic violence, or other adverse events. The program offers an environment and resources in which women are given the opportunity and guidance to be a healthy parent for their newborn with the goal to re-introduce a mother and her child into the community with safe housing, support, and continued resources.
They are located in Warsaw, IN and the founding director is Stacey Gagnon. To learn more visit them on the web at www.thenestcares.org
THE ROSE GARDEN
Rose Garden Recovery Community is a not for profit ministry whose mission is to transform the lives of women held captive by drug and alcohol addiction by providing a safe and structured Christian community for guiding and equipping individual pursuit of free, sober, and productive living. Our vision is to see women remain in recovery as they successfully reunite with family, return to their community, and establish healthy relationships.
They are located in Syracuse, IN and the Executive Director is Becky Rassi. To learn more visit them on the web at www.rosegardenrecovery.com
MILFORD FOOD BANK
The Milford Food Bank supports food pantries throughout northern Indiana. They collect and/or purchase food in bulk and redistribute it to local food pantries. Their mission is to simply provide food to those in our community that are in need, through partnerships with food pantries in their local communities. They are located in Milford, Indiana on the corner of James and Emeline. To learn more visit their website at www.milfordfoodbank.org or contact their Executive Director Bill Doege.
We provide those struggling with homelessness and addiction in our community with the hope of transformation. Fellowship Missions is located in Warsaw, IN and meets the needs of people in our community (Kosciusko County) through sharing the love and hope of Jesus Christ. It is their heart’s desire to give individuals a safe and loving place and to help them achieve a better way for themselves and their families.
To learn more visit www.fellowshipmissions.net or contact their Executive Director Eric Lane.
MISSION OF HOPE
Mission of Hope exists to bring life transformation to every man, woman, and child in Haiti. MOH provides many services including health care, housing, technical training, mobile clinics, education, discipleship and much more. This year we are partnering again with MOH to pack 100,000 meals that will feed the people of Haiti. To learn more visit them on the web at www.missionofhope.com
Boomerang Backpacks serves over 450 students K-12 every week in the Wawasee school district. Students who request assistance receive a bag of food once per week and these bags are packed by Wawasee High School students. To learn more contact their Director Susan Cripe at [email protected] or visit their website at
Design Outreach desires to share the love of God by developing sustainable technologies that help alleviate global poverty. The poor of the world have big dreams—what they lack is access and opportunity. By developing and providing innovative solutions for partners combating global poverty, we can help unlock the doors that lead to long-term community development and self-sufficiency.
*We will fund a Life Pump through Design Outreach if there is sufficient funding via the campaign.
To learn more visit their website at www.doutreach.org