GIVE – SHARE – LOVE
Safe Harbor’s 2016 Annual Christmas Fund
Just a glimpse of what your support meant to our participants last Christmas:
“It meant a lot to me…It felt good.”
– Kenneth J., paroled participant
“Receiving a gift meant a great deal to me. It came right on time. I got hygiene products, socks, shirts, etc. It had been about 17 years since I received my last Christmas present.”
– Terry S., paroled participant
With Thanksgiving and Christmas almost here, we are reaching out to you to ask if you would help us help the homeless.
At Safe Harbor, we consider it a privilege to serve the men and women in our care. These participants have come to us from living in the streets or ex-offenders that needed somewhere to go. We strive to provide them with so much more than food and shelter—we strive to make a lasting difference through group and pastoral counseling, life building classes, and finding them permanent employment which provides stability once they leave our care.
The holiday season presents such a huge door for us to minister and remind those in need that someone cares about them. Your monetary donation will help to provide every resident with a Christmas meal and a gift which will be a tangible example to our residents that they are valued. For so many at Safe Harbor, the holidays are a struggle because they do not have anywhere to go or any family to share it with.
Would you consider partnering with us this Christmas to make a lasting impact? We appreciate your support and pray that God will bless you as you have blessed!
If you are here because of the CHALLENGE –
thank you for supporting our cause!
To see how to take the challenge yourself click on the ItWorks logo above
and watch the video of our president take the challenge. Don’t forget to donate below!
Ways to Donate:
–Make check payable to Safe Harbor and mail to:
PO Box 22792
Memphis, TN 38122
–By Credit Card Call 901-650-4474
–Use PayPal on this website
The Computer Lab is now open!!!
We are excited about our newly started Computer Lab. The lab’s purpose is to assist the men in our program with their recovery and transition. For the participants enrolled in the State of Arkansas’ Re-Entry program this will be used to give them access for the state’s access point for all their services called the “Good Grid”. We will also be using the lab to work with the residents on basic internet skills, word processing, typing and their resumes. One of our faithful partners, Goodwill offers a GED class and testing so the participants will be able to plug into the their services as well.
2015 Safe Harbor Church of Little Rock Statistics
Men Housed: 440 – Men Employed: 352 – Meals Served: 481,880
Taxes Paid: $243,969.71 – Child Support Paid: $19,688.91