NOTICE: Our only computer that was donated about 5 years ago crashed last night. I was given a laptop to use until we receive sufficient donations to purchase a desktop PC.
A geek friend said he could build one for around $1,900. If everyone that uses the site would donate just $25 or more per year, we would be able to continue the research you depend on.
We are a 501(c)3 tax exempt corporation so all donations are tax deductible. We are an all volunteer agency so every penny donated is used to maintain the site. Just go to the home page and click on the secure PayPal “Donate” button.
Please help us serve the poor!
Bobbie Michelle, COO
Social Services Database Inc.
In this season of giving, you have an opportunity to support Social Services Database Inc., a website that provides information for free and low-cost services to the needy and references for professionals in South Georgia and beyond.
There is no longer a 2-1-1 information and referral line covering South Central Georgia. In order to fill this need, we must expand our technical requirements and add resources. This is beyond the financial capacity of our volunteers.
We are now a 501c3, so all contributions are tax deductible to this valuable service and all donations are used to maintain the site!
To donate, simply go to http://www.socialservicesdatabase.com/ and click on the PayPal “Donate” button.
Social Services Database Inc. gets thousands of return visitors and if just one quarter of those users donated $25 a year, we could keep the database alive. If you use it, please donate. We will not be able to maintain the site without your assistance.
Chief Operations Officer
VALDOSTA — The Sons of Solomon Lodge No. 151 and Electa Chapter No. 323 will hold a Day of Caring, Sharing, and Giving event 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 23, at St. John AME Church, 800 W. Magnolia St.
There will be a Thanksgiving dinner served with turkey, dressing and all the trimmings, according to an organizational press release. There will be free clothing of all sizes available with haircuts and shaves provided.
It is a Thanksgiving meal with a Christian atmosphere, according to organizers. Free transportation will be provided. Donations will be accepted.
For a free ride or more details, contact Grand Master Eddie L. Koonce, (229) 740-1916, or Deputy Grand Master Johnny Robinson, (229) 375-2174.
If you had a chance to feed the hungry and be sure they aren't panhandlers, would you do it?
If you had a chance to provide diapers for needy children, would you do it?
Social Services Database Inc. lists thousands of agencies that give comfort to the poor. For the cost of a Dollar Menu meal, you can help us stay in business. Please go to http://www.socialservicesdatabase.com/ and give what you can.
Thank you for your support.
Miss Bobbie, COO
“If you care, Please share.”
This list outlines some of the items needed to help support the families that are impacted by domestic and family violence. Please speak with people in your office/organization about donating and bring the items to the next FTF meeting, August 7 at 1:00 in Lakeland at the city hall. Call or email Cheryl Powellcpowell@lanier.k12.ga.us or Andi Drake (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Thank you and forward this email to someone you think would like to participate.
The most common items needed for our clients are listed below:
Hair styling products (gel, hairspray, brushes, ponytail holders, etc)
Perfume and/or body spray
Other items always needed at the shelter are:
Canned goods and other non-perishable food items
Luggage (Suitcases, tote bags, duffel bags, etc.)
Twin size sheets
Any donations you can provide are always appreciated!
The post office is collecting food for the poor again THIS SATURDAY.
In the past, the postman left a blue bag for donated groceries. We didn't get a blue bag this time, perhaps you didn't either. Use a plastic sac, not paper, or kitchen can bag.
*Please DO NOT place EXPIRED items.
*Requesting Canned Meats and Fruits
but will accept All canned foods.
*Just place YOUR items by YOUR
mailbox this Saturday and Your
postman/woman will pick them up
30 % of the families in Lowndes County are below the poverty level and are struggling to meet the basic needs of their families.
This year Georgia DFCS and Clark's Christmas Kids needs to provide gifts for 6,800 foster children. With just 15 days until Christmas, we still need to purchase gifts for more than 4,000 children.
I am asking that each of you forward this email to your networks, friends, coworkers and family members to help our foster children have a little happier holiday by donating to the Georgia DFCS Secret Santa Program. You can do this by visiting the link below and donating via PayPal. Any amount helps!
Thank you and Happy Holidays!
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