Rock Island, IL, November 4 - Support Christian Care on November 8 as you enjoy watching the Quad City Mallards Hockey Team take on the Denver Cutthroats. Fans will receive a discounted ticket price when they bring one or more canned food items to the box office window when they purchase tickets. For every item donated?up to a maximum of three canned food items?fans will save a dollar off the ticket price. A representative will be on hand during the game to answer questions about the services Christian Care provides at both their Domestic Violence Shelter and their Rescue Mission. Fans may also make cash donations to Christian Care on game night. For more information call Christian Care at 309-786-5734.

Christian Care transforms the lives of a growing number of homeless men and abused women and children 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through their two facilities?a domestic violence shelter for abused women and children and a rescue mission for homeless men?they provide safe shelter, nutritious meals, clothing, counseling, referrals and guidance to anyone in need. Christian Care serves homeless individuals, victims of domestic violence, veterans, men and women coming out of prison, and the mentally ill, providing their residents with an opportunity to start new, more productive lives.

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Rock Island, IL, November 1st - How would you feel if the donation you made to support a local charitable organization was automatically doubled, without you adding another penny? Denver Mattress Company is partnering with Christian Care to help your financial gift go even further. During the month of November only, the Denver Mattress Company will match your donation to Christian Care, dollar for dollar. With your support, Christian Care can earn up to $2,500!

To make a donation:

  • Go to Christian Care's website at www.christiancareqc.org.

  • Click on the Denver Mattress Company Campaign link, and double your gift!

With a tap of the finger, you can help make a difference by supporting the services that Christian Care offers to so many in the Quad City area.

Christian Care is transforming the lives of homeless individuals, victims of domestic violence, veterans, men and women coming out of prison, and the mentally ill. Their two facilities?a domestic violence shelter for abused women and children and a rescue mission for homeless men?provide safe shelter, nutritious meals, clothing, counseling, referrals and guidance to those in need. Christian Care's services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week with the goal of nourishing the bodies, minds, hearts and souls of the men, women and children who come seeking a new way of life. Help Christian Care help others; donate now. Call Lindsey at 309-786-5734 for more information.

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Rock Island, IL, October 19 -Last year, Christian Care served almost 60,000 meals to hungry residents of the Quad Cities community. This Saturday, October 19, Christian Care will host a canned food drive from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. To participate, bring canned food items to the Rescue Mission, located at 2209 3rd Avenue in Rock Island. Help make a difference by feeding the needy in the QCA. For more information, call 309-786-5734.

Christian Care's services are available in the Quad Cities to a growing number of homeless men and abused women and children 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through their two facilities?a domestic violence shelter for abused women and children and a rescue mission for homeless men?they provide safe shelter, nutritious meals, clothing, counseling, referrals and guidance to anyone in need. They serve homeless individuals, victims of domestic violence, veterans, men and women coming out of prison, and the mentally ill. Their vision is to transform the lives of those they serve by providing their residents with an opportunity to start a new, more productive life.

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Rock Island, IL-Domestic violence is a pervasive problem in our community.  It is a silent predator that affects one out of every four women and, typically, impacts several generations of family members.  In recognition of national domestic violence awareness this month, Christian Care and Diamonds on the Avenue are teaming up to provide an exclusive offer that is available only in October but will help raise awareness all year long.  Diamonds on the Avenue designed a one-of-a-kind necklace just for this occasion: a purple pendant that changes color in the sun and houses a floating diamond with a very special meaning.

Purple is the color of domestic violence awareness.  The floating diamond signifies the domestic violence survivor who is a diamond in the rough, yet still shining through her pain.  The necklace design pays homage to all who are currently suffering from the effects of domestic violence, those who survived and are thriving, and those who, sadly, did not survive.  This necklace is sure to be a conversation started and, when people ask about it, both Diamonds on the Avenue and Christian Care hope that the story behind the necklace's design will raise awareness for a lifetime. 

Take a stand against domestic violence: join Christian Care and Diamonds on the Avenue by purchasing a pendant from this special collection.  Wear your purple pendant and floating diamond close to your heart.  Pendants start at $49.00.  Diamonds on the Avenue will donate $10 from every purchase of these rare pendants to Christian Care's domestic violence shelter.  

Every dollar donated makes a difference.  98% of the women who complete Christian Care's holistic programs go on to live independent lives, free of their abusers.  Purchase your pendant now at Diamonds on the Avenue located at 3320 East Kimberly Road in Davenport, right down the road from Red Lobster.

Christian Care's services are available in the Quad Cities to a growing number of homeless men and abused women and children 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Through their two facilities?a domestic violence shelter for abused women and children and a rescue mission for homeless men?they provide safe shelter, nutritious meals, clothing, counseling, referrals and guidance to anyone in need. They serve homeless individuals, victims of domestic violence, veterans, men and women coming out of prison, and the mentally ill. Their vision is to transform the lives of those they serve by providing their residents with an opportunity to start a new, more
productive life. For more information contact Lindsey at 309-786-5734 or visit Christian Care's website at www.christiancareqc.org

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