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Helping Some Homeless Friends Up North


We got a call the other day asking for a donation to an addiction treatment center way up in Northern New Hampshire. The person calling said that homeless people were showing up at the facility for treatment, coming in right off the street with no warm clothing, no hats, coats, gloves, or boots. They asked for our help.

It's what we do! When people need help (especially, the homeless and addicted) we try to help them. We donated 8 awesome winter coats, two dozen pairs of socks, 25 hats, warm sweaters, shirts, 6 pairs of cold weather gloves, and 20 hygiene kits.

We thank God for helping us to find the resources to do this kind of work. Prayers get answered.

Merle Burke, President & Founder

Shepherd's Way

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