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Thursday, 12 July 2012 03:30


Churches have been a fundamental key partners for Loving Hands for the Needy, Inc. Without them we would not be where we are today. Melrose Church of Christ  has provided clothes and  financial support to pay for the transportation of medical supplies and shoes to Haiti. They are also provided members to help  setup the space and load the boxes. We are so thankful for all they have done. On Behalf of Loving Hands for the Needy, we want to thank Tony Black, Pat, Christopher, Heather and all of the members from the church.

Are you trying to help your congregation reach the world by helping the needy. Loving Hands for the Needy can be your congregation's bridge to help the needy in Haiti. We can help your church reach out to children and families through disaster, medical and hunger relief program as well as orphan care and community development projects.

Now is the time for your church to take action and provide a better future for the impoverished children and families in Haiti.

There are so many ways that you can be a part of this great mission.

Reach out to orphans- A monthly gift of $ 50 can provide food, health care, education and love to a child.

Finance digging a water wall for orphan children for $1,800 a life time to save them from tropical disease.

Sponsor an orphan rental home for $ 10,000 a year for 25 children in Haiti.

Sponsor a Minister for $ 100 a month to provide for his family.

Sponsor an unfinished church for $ 2,500 to help with materials and labors payment.

Finance building a church for $15,000 to provide the word of to the people of Haiti.

If you are a Minister or a key source to help in any way you can, to provide major supports for Loving Hands for the Needy, Inc. please contact : Christopher Black @ (617) 763-3350 or John Miller @ 561 305-5268 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Thank you so very very much. May God bless you!.


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