Our youth, their family members, and our volunteers all came out to help serve others at the Second Harvest Mobile Food Pantry, an outreach of TIGAPA Village Foundation on November 8, 2014 at Hoke County High School.
On August 11, 2014, the youth from Macedonia Holiness Methodist Church and their youth leader, Tiffany Hammonds presented a check to Executive Director, Suzanne Maness from the money they raised the week of Vacation Bible School.
Pictured L to R: Rebekah Hammonds, Suzanne Maness, Tiffany Hammonds, Mara Hammonds, Shania Jacobs, and Michaela Jacobs.
Tiffany Hammonds who is also the preacher's wife at MHMC also spoke to our youth and gave a powerful message about planting seeds and doing for others in the community.
Executive Director, Suzanne Maness and husband, Scott Maness, helped people in the community
by providing them with water and transportation to and from work in the Winter Storm of 2014!
Pictured above left to right: Bruce Holland, Suzanne Maness, Mary Ann Leslie, and Scott Maness
Law Enforcement and CIA worked together to share Christmas joy during the 2013 holidays with the boys and girls of Hoke County.
Our youth assisted at the Hoke County High School Mobile Food Pantry by signing people in, unpacking and packing boxes, and they helped people with their boxes to their vehicles on October 5, 2013. They worked hard to help make the lives of others better and that's what life is all about!
Our youth participated in the 13th Annual Dog Wash fundraiser held by Solutions for Animals at Five Points Pet Resort on June 8, 2013. They volunteered their services at the drying station and gave lots of love to all the pets who came by after enjoying their baths.
Our youth enjoyed making flower pots and frogs with the residents at Autumn Care of Raeford on May 11, 2013. The actual flowers were made by tracing the residents' hands and then they glued on the flower petals. It was a creative idea for Mother's Day weekend.
Our youth volunteered at the Hoke County Animal Shelter on April 13, 2013. They enjoyed walking the dogs and giving them lots of love. They played with the puppies in the pools and were able to let some of the dogs leave their kennels and run in the closed fence area. A great day was had by all!!
Our youth volunteered at the Hoke County Animal Shelter on March 2, 2013. They enjoyed walking the dogs and giving them treats. It was a rewarding experience for the dogs and cats as well as for our youth.