Community Services

It has been said, “Volunteering is at the very core of being a human. No one has made it through life without someone else’s help.”  Many may feel cooped up and anxious right now, wishing we could do something to improve the circumstances of our world.  An overwhelming number of adults and children have reported negative impacts on their mental health due to the virus.  Look into ways you can help even from home.  The easiest way to give back is by reaching out to the people you know.  Neighbors, friends, co-workers, and relatives can all benefit from a friendly text or video call.  It may seem like a small gesture, but don’t underestimate the positive impact of checking up on someone.  Give much-needed supplies to local organizations and/or to school children in need.  Pass out from your vehicle ice-cold water bottles or snacks to homeless on the corner.  And, pray without ceasing for others always!

If you have questions contact Pam Davis Cell: 480-593-5790