What a blessing it is to just talk to the community about Open Door Mission! I was able to serve at the Hy-Vee where I do my grocery shopping, and it was a blast seeing people from my very own neighborhood get excited about Open Door Mission. I even saw my next door neighbor!
So many people shared about their volunteer experience, how they donate monthly, the clothes and furniture they’ve dropped off at the Mission. We truly are surrounded by faithful friends—people who make the life change at Open Door Mission possible.
Thanks to each one who took a moment to say hello this weekend to me or any other Mission staff. And thank you to all who bought a Meal Builder Bundle! We truly appreciate your support. For those who haven’t snagged this deal yet, it’s not too late!
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