How We Help
assisting people in need
The picture on this page is the image of a near fatal tragedy that occurred at a small homeless encampment along the Merrimack River in Manchester, NH.
On December 2, 2020, at approximately 3:00 AM, a flash flood swept into this camp with no warning. Seven people were inside their tents sleeping. Trapped in their sleeping bags, it was only by the grace of God that they all survived.
That morning Shepherd’s Way volunteers were there to help. They handed out hot coffee and hot chocolate, food, warm coats, dry clothing and footwear, hygiene items, new tents, and blankets. And, throughout the winter our volunteers worked in Jesus’ name to help these individuals and dozens of other homeless people in Manchester.
It's what we do. We help people in need.
Matthew - '25:35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me....'
At Shepherd's Way we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to serve the people who need them most. We operate three programs to help the homeless and underprivileged:
Help With Basics
Coats & Boots
Help The Kids
Help With Basics assists homeless people who live on the streets and in encampments. It operates year-round providing basic essentials such as hygiene items, tarps/tents, water, and food.
Coats & Boots operates during the cold months supplying winter coats and boots to people who live out in the elements.
Help The Kids operates in the cold months providing hats, mittens and gloves to children who need them.
We also have a 'Partners Program' where we share our surplus goods with other charitable groups. This sharing partnership gives homeless people more opportunities to get what they need.
WE COULD REALLY USE YOUR HELP
We need donations of cash and physical goods to keep going. Please click on the word, 'Donate' below to find out how you can contribute to our worthy cause. And please, click on 'Our Needs' to see what we could use. Thank You For Caring and, May God Bless You.