The Mobile free thrift center will be open tomorrow (Feb. 27th) from 11 am to 4 pm at the First Presbyterian Church in Watford City, 3 1/2 blocks east of Carquest.
If you are in need of basic items for your living quarters come see us, we’d like to help. If you know of others that have a need please pass this information on. Thanks!
Kathie and I are working on a report for the UMC conference that we represent.
Thought you might like to see a few totals of the items we’ve been able to help people with since we opened up the Mobile Free Thrift Center in November…here goes!!
Coats – 224 Blankets – 158 Gloves/mittens – 138 pair Hooded sweatshirts – 105 Caps – 97 Heaters -27 Warm socks – 149 pair. Snowpants – 60 Towels – 139 8 each of the following coffee makers, crock pots, toasters. In addition, we gave away numbers of kitchen essentials, frying pans, silverware, dishes, and saucepots. Many other items of clothing too numerous to mention were also given to families.
What an amazing effort by so many people to make this happen. The people that donated to buy the pickup and camper, the people who have faithfully donated items to us these last 4 months and to all those who have helped us by moving, sorting and helping us find the things people were looking for in our trailer.
To all of you…Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, and may God bless you all!
Pictured here is Kathie helping Amanda and her son find warm coats for the rest of the winter. Mission accomplished! The second photo is information we keep out on a table to help people with spiritual needs as well. New Testaments, devotionals and a flyer that tells people why we do what we do and how to contact us for future needs.
Thanks to Kathy, Kylie and our District Superintendent, Keith Nelson who helped us meet the needs of the families that came as well as pack up all the tables of jeans and coats left over when we were done for the day. Many hands make light work!
Tomorrow, February 20th, from 11 am to 4 pm, the mobile free thrift center will be set up at the First Presbyterian church in Watford City ND. It is located 3 1/2 blocks east of Carquest on 4th Ave.
We will have our thrift center set up, and will also have tables setup inside the fellowship hall with lots of jeans,(men’s, women’s, and children’s), sweaters, coats etc.
If you are in need or know someone who is, please tell them how to find us. We’d love to be able to help.
Pass the word along… The Mobile free thrift center will be open tomorrow, Feb. 18th from 2 to 4 pm. at the First Lutheran church in Watford City, ND.
If you are in need of items for yourself or your family, please come see us.
We have clothing, blankets, winter wear, and some kitchen items. Come see us, we would love to help you if we can.
Kathy, two gals who came looking for help, Beth and Kathie on the right end.
Kathy, Beth, and Kathie were the helpers who were able to help 21 different families meet needs in their household this last week.
We helped with coats, boots, caps, gloves, blankets, heaters, sweaters, shoes, pants, pots, pans, dishes, silverware, towels, bedding…the list goes on.
The good news is that we had the goods to help these families. In addition to us helping others, a number of people stopped by to donate to us. They donated more goods for our mobile free thrift center and also over $800 in cash donations.
Our hearts are full of gratitude for God’s goodness, the people of this area and those from a distance that have reached out to help us.
Today we received a box that contained 15 brand new hooded sweatshirts, a item we are constantly running out of. Thank you folks from the bottom of our heart!
Ready for tomorrow!
We will have the mobile free thrift center open from noon to 6 pm. thursday Feb. 13th at the First Presbyterian church 3 1/2 blocks east of Carquest on 4th Ave.
We will have the mobile center as well as 8 or 9 tables inside of the church with lots of winter wear, coats, sweaters, flannel shirts, bedding, and, as they say…much, much more. If you are in need of anything or know someone who does, please pass on the word.
Special thanks to all who have donated items and have helped sort making this effort possible.
Pass on the word!!