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Ministry Moments Blog
We announced in recent publications that the Yuma location would soon need more volunteer help as they began to give out food boxes. Members of the community answered the call to help. Larry Garcia heard from his small group about the Yuma resource center. He is retired with three children and two grandchildren. He started volunteering at the center as soon as he heard the need. He set up the food shelves and organized the food boxes from the local food bank. Since the center's soft opening in June, he has been distributing the food to clients who visit the center. Pastor David Lindgens of Immanuel Southern Baptist Church and his wife Linda have also signed up to volunteer. Immanuel which rents us space on their campus to house the Yuma resource center, pregnancy center, foster care and parent aide offices and administrative offices. Another couple from Immanuel were eager to begin volunteering for the center's grand opening in July. Jim & Betty Jackson also volunteer at their local library and have been donating recovered books to New Life Pregnancy Center.
We are so grateful to all the volunteers across the state, especially those who are quick to respond to specific needs. Our volunteers have a heart for service and a desire to share God's love with others. Visit abcs.org/volunteer to learn about how you can provide hope and care to those in need in your community.