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|Creating Partnerships…The Key to Success|
|News Releases - Not-for-Profit News|
|Written by Lindsey Lobur|
|Tuesday, 19 November 2013 10:52|
Christian Care Generates Community Action Partnerships
Rock Island, IL November 19, 2013 – Together we can make a difference, and that is exactly what is happening at Christian Care Rescue Mission with the implementation of a new program—A Holistic Approach to Transformation Change. To meet the needs of the program and ensure post program success, community partnerships are being developed to create win-win outcomes for everyone involved. Christian Care and Papa’s Helping Veterans, a nonprofit providing furniture for homeless veterans, are working together to bring hope to those who have lost just that.
The partnership that Christian Care and Papa’s have formed is beneficial for both non-profits. Papa’s has furnished the program meeting room at Christian Care and, in turn, Christian Care is providing him with unemployed Resident volunteer movers to help his non-profit, generating a robust community action partnership. As fellow brothers and sisters in Christ, they have come together to help each other out, while benefitting from each other’s services. The need for community engagement and contributions is imperative for both organizations to move to the next level of service. In order to continue offering the services that they do; food, shelter, clothing and furniture for the homeless, financial support must be procured for both non-profits.
In keeping with Christian Care’s holistic approach to change, this four month program focuses on building and internalizing new habits for the body, mind, and spirit of each Participant. They engage in daily prayer, exercise, book and film studies, individual life coaching sessions, an arts experience, such as the Quad City Symphony, and in return volunteer their time to meet community needs. High expectations have been set for major life change. While the program began six weeks ago and runs through February 1 the need for athletic gear, program materials, and technology is fact emerging.
Papa’s Helping Veterans is a local non-profit providing furniture to Veterans in need. As formerly homeless Veterans transition into permanent housing, Papa’s furnishes their new living quarters. Thanks to community donations, they are able to offer services to the hundreds of homeless Veterans in the Quad Cities. As their business continues to grow so do the needs to fund it; they are in need of warehouse space, volunteer movers and financial help to cover gas and overhead expenses.
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