The cold and winter rains have come to the Baja desert. We have distributed countless blankets, quilts, and tarps. In a back corner of the warehouse, a hidden treasure was found … two boxes of jackets, sweaters, and hats for His little ones.
Are you aware that people live in garbage dumps? Our Outreach team prepared a hot meal for these poor souls and gave them blankets.
The Outreach team distributed 268 boxes of food to single moms with children, the aged, and the infirm. The boxes contained oil, beans, rice, and flour for tortillas, which are all the staples of their lives.
There was a continual stream of people into our Mission soup kitchen. Between 100 and 200 daily breakfasts were served to the children at the Breakfast Club in Las Aves.
Our young people from the mission church held a “sweaterthon.” They collected sweaters, jackets, and warm clothing to distribute to those living in San Francisco, an isolated area near the mountains where it is very cold. Hot chocolate, homemade donuts, and the love of God was served.
Without your support, none of this could be accomplished.