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S.H.A.R.E. Project

Sending Help Across Regions Everywhere

We here at Covenant are very thankful for the work supplied through customers like you. Over the last 25 years we have sought to return the blessing of provision to the needy both here and abroad. We have been privileged to support fantastic organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Community Music School in Essex, WOL youth camps in El Salvador and Chile, ABC Women’s Center, Project Graduation and many other excellent organizations. After traveling and helping several charitable organizations both near and far, we have been motivated to try to contribute more. We will continue helping our present charities but add two new organizations Samaritans Purse and Shoreline Soup Kitchen for our new international and local charities. For each project we work on we will actually give $200 dollars to Samaritan's Purse as designated by the client, (ie. $50 to mosquito netting to prevent malaria, $100 towards putting an end to child trafficking and $100 to buy chickens for a family to farm and become self sufficient) and we will also give $50 to The Shoreline Soup Kitchen & Pantries.

Samaritan’s Purse is the organization we have selected as our new partner. Personally, our family has spent many Christmas seasons packing shoeboxes for Samaritan’s Purse’s program Operation Christmas Child. These boxes are sent to the less fortunate children in over 130 countries. Through these small gifts millions of children throughout our world have been blessed and realized that someone cares. The organization was begun in 1970 and in 1978 Franklin Graham, son of Bill Graham, became the president and CEO of Samaritans Purse.

The Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries, founded in 1989, is an interfaith ministry that provides food and fellowship to people in need and educates our communities about hunger and poverty. In 2006, 480,431 meals were distributed to individuals and families during various programs. The programs included grocery distribution sites, heat-n-eat meals, and meals at area soup kitchens.


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