Time is Running Out and We Urgently Need Your Help!

Time is running out and We Urgently Need Your Help This Easter!

Thank you to all of you who have already supported our Easter outreach, but we still need help. If you haven’t supported our outreach yet, or if you can give a second gift, please do today. Here is some of the help we need:

Prayer and support. Please pray that God would use this outreach to change lives of our homeless friends and donate today! We hope to make this a special event for homeless and low-income kids and their families. We want to bless these families, so they will Rise, Renew, and Rejoice in the love of Jesus, even as they experience difficult life circumstances.

Clothing and food. Support this event by donating your old clothes or by giving hams or other items needed for our Easter banquet.

Preparation help. We need volunteers to come to the Mission a day or two before the event to help with meal preparation. Please call Judy at 801.621.4360 to volunteer.

At our Easter Banquet, our homeless friends will appreciate the loving atmosphere, while receiving a delicious hot meal, free clothing, and the ability to join our New Life Program so they can leave the streets behind. And most importantly, they will hear the life-changing message of why we celebrate Easter – Jesus’ resurrection!

To give, please send a check using the enclosed envelope, Scan the QR code on this newsletter, call our donor relations office at 801.746.1006 for secure giving by credit card over the phone, or visit our website at OgdenRescueMission.org to donate online.

Easter is a blessed time to help our hurting friends Rise above their difficulties, Renew their life and Rejoice as they become the people God truly intends them to be. Thank you for your support that keeps our doors open every minute, every day!

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