Grandmother Ana Shamas was a Syrian immigrant
in 1898, I wish I had more to help Syrian families!
A Classic from an Age Gone By
do something beautiful and do it well with your moment on
It is what we
do in life sharing with others that counts or gives us
it is not in giving away our leftovers after we step away
from the table because we are full (death). Christopher
The reason I give the gift cards..... it seems like
the better choice between standing on a pulpit teaching
people how to just throw out scripture quotes. The early
Christian Church attracted people by embracing beautiful acts
of kindness, most people wanted to be part of this event.
Being retired I have found extra funds by shrinking my earthly footprint and
my electric needs to around $25 a month. I have never owned a cell phone,
use the free
OOMA telephone service and use Sling TV for $25 a month with
two local news channels and more. Then I give away my extra savings for treasure in
heaven. Not long ago we
did not use any of this stuff but over time most people have become the
biblical rich man, something to ponder. Visit
a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization,
I want you to share more than your wallet...
rather yourself everyday. (priceless)
You looking for a Way to Volunteer or even horse around?
your help Oak Meadows Ranch with donations can continue to
share our rescued, unwanted horses, with the
community. Such as with special needs children, special
needs adults, senior citizens, children, teenagers and
adults of all ages. Wildomar
Focus is on kid volunteers, special need friends and
What bothers me
about many local 501c3
run businesses, they are family owned. They do events to get
publicity and donations so their family first has jobs.
If you are
lucky the local 501c3 will help someone they never
met, maybe you.
Valley Homeless Shelter
Project TOUCH works on
many individual cases out of our office, by partnering
with other services that exist. It's great to have friends
in the food ministry business, or mental health services,
or who run congregational living homes, or serve those
suffering from domestic violence. We often work with
related organizations to get others off the streets and
out from sleeping in cars, one family at a time. Contact
Citizens Service Center Inc.
the Southwest Valley in Riverside County.
Senior Citizens Service Center and Food Bank, serving the
Temecula/Murrieta community for almost 40 years, has been forced
to move to a new location due to rising rents and reduced income in recent months.
The food bank will continue its food distribution services to needy citizens and children based on income; however, there is no longer room for a thrift store.
We provide a range of
services including: Emergency Food (bread and pastries,
government commodities) Senior Brown Bag Program, Senior Share
Program and Holiday Food Baskets, upcoming Food for Pets of the
Needy. We provide Health and support services Flu shot clinic,
Legal assistance is also provided including: Paralegal
assistance, Social Security Administration benefit assistance
(questions and referral) .
Community Pantry, Community
Mission of Hope are now one and at the same location.
11760 Rider Way
Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Donations are always welcome, and volunteers are needed to drive to food warehouses and for distribution.
wonderful, low-cost food distribution center in our community.
You pay $25 for a large box of food. The food is pre-selected,
and dependant upon donations from local food suppliers, so the
contents of the box changes regularly. This is a WONDERFUL deal
for those in our community who are in need of help with their
groceries. This service operates on the honor system, as they DO
NOT require you to prove your income, and is completely
anonymous. Anyone can go and buy food at this low price, but
they ask that only those in need use this service so that there
is enough for every family who needs it.
40940 County Center Dr.
Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 695-7206
Temecula Valley People Helping People
has assisted many organizations, children, families and other non-profit groups to raise money, gifts,
toys, food and other items for those in need. TVPHP provides services with dignity while reaffirming the self-worth of each individual and assisting that person in reaching his or her greatest potential.
31300 Rancho Community Way
4:00PM to 5:00PM
for location each week and to get on their email list.
24225 Monroe Ave
Murrieta, Ca 92562
Wednesday 5:00PM - 5:30PM
4:30 PM check in some clothing available
Must have valid I.D. Card
40270 Los Alamos Road
Murrieta, CA 92562
thru Friday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Call first
Early arrival required for new clients.
When funds are available offer rent & Edison
Closed 12:30 PM - 1 PM for lunch.
39400 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd
Murrieta, CA 92563
9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
I have been to several Goodwill's and this one is the
The best customer service you can find in a clean store.
sponsored by the
St. Martha Catholic Parish, raises most of the money for the
food bank. Individuals or organizations interested in donating
non-perishable food items to the food pantry contact:
Donations of food can be dropped off at the back of the
Food Assistance Registration is held every Wednesday and Thursday from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
St. Martha's Food Pantry