Who is your neighbor and what is your responsibility to love and help a neighbor in distress? The story of the Good Samaritan tells us that our neighbor is anyone in need, even someone that society tends to despise. People suffering from physical, financial or emotional crises are often walking in a place of turmoil and confusion that makes it difficult to reach out for help. Our Neighbors Helping Neighbors monthly giving program is designed to be ready with a helping hand before a crisis occurs. You can be the one reaching toward the hungry and hurting in their time of confusion with the hope they so desperately need.
Getting to see miracles, both big and small every day is a privilege we do not take for granted. Blessings of Hope has a mission to bring help and hope to the hungry and hurting in this world. That is also a privilege we do not take for granted. Thank you for your interest in and support of Blessings of Hope. We are eternally grateful.
Privileged to serve,
Blessings of Hope