Fun Spring Outreach Ideas
March 20 through June 1
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Convoy of Hope is a faith-based, nonprofit organization with a driving passion to feed the world through children’s feeding initiatives, community outreaches and disaster response.
ARC is an association of relational churches working with church planters and church leaders to provide support, guidance, and resources to launch and grow life-giving churches.
Prison often destroys families. God Behind Bars makes them stronger. Families outside prison can experience the same worship service as their loved one inside. Each week, they hear the same messages, learn the same biblical truths, and move forward in their spiritual journey together.
The A21 Campaign is a 501 non-profit, non-governmental organization that works to fight human trafficking, including sexual exploitation and trafficking, forced slave labor, bonded labor, involuntary domestic servitude, and child soldiery.
Samaritan’s Purse is a non-denominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, our purpose has been to share God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ!
OneChild is a global community of child champions. Children living in poverty need a champion, someone who will see their potential, believe in their future, and sacrifice for their growth. You can join this global community by sponsoring a child and providing education, healthcare, spiritual guidance, and community for a child who could have a big, bright beautiful future.
Hope Pregnancy Ministries is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing life-affirming reproductive health care services and referrals, alternatives to abortion and new parent education in a caring and respectful environment.
Samaritan House's mission is to provide or the basic needs of homeless people, while fostering self-respect and human dignity. Samaritan House will encourage the resident's efforts to find employment and housing.
Lighthouse Christian Home and Services is an interdenominational, non-profit organization committed to providing life-long care for adults with developmental disabilities in the name of Christ. Through a family-orientated environment, residential and work activities and the transforming power of Christ, our mission is to serve one another in a spirit of Christian love.
The dedicated Child Bridge staff, Board of Directors and supporters share a passion for finding and supporting foster and adoptive families for Montana children in their time of need.
Sparrow’s Nest of Northwest Montana is an emerging organization in Flathead County, excited to work with our community to ensure our unaccompanied homeless high school students have a safe place to sleep at night. We envision our organization as a mechanism for empowering our unaccompanied homeless high school students to graduate and become productive, contributing members of our community.
The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes provide land management, housing, law enforcement and numerous other services to both Tribal and non-Tribal members
Inspired by Matthew 25:31-40, we started serving nutritious suppers in 1989 . Our guests are not a number nor a captive audience for a sermon. They are our welcome guests.
A good appetite and a good attitude are the only requirements needed to eat.
Through harsh Montana winters, we are a Low Barrier facility to save lives!
We accept people as they are. We provide a warm safe shelter for individuals or families who may have no other option.
Our Mission is to save lives and encourage dignity through low barrier access to a warm safe place to sleep for anyone in need throughout the coldest months of the year. We provide seasonal, low barrier access to night shelter services regardless of an individual or family’s personal barriers to housing security.
The Flathead Warming Center is founded on Christian principles. “We love because He first loved us.” ~ 1 John 4:19. It really is that simple. We are called to love and care for those in need. Everyone needs shelter and it is not our mission to judge who deserves shelter and who does not, because we understand that we do not get what we deserve either. It is because of our faith that we support the mission of the Flathead Warming Center.
It is in faith that we take each next step, without knowing where the funding will come from. We believe the Flathead Warming Center is the right thing to do and we understand it will take many in our community to make it happen!