As we come to the close of 2013, we reflect on all that has been done this year. Many changes have taken place and we are still evolving as God unfolds a new vision. Our mission and goals are different on a broader scale but our vision is the same. We are here to help as many as we can who are in need.
We have received many donations of toys, puzzles and books. They are still coming in so we will be able to bring JOY to quite a number of families this holiday season. They will see God is love and that they are loved by Him.
We are requesting Wal-Mart, Target, JC Penney, Sears and VISA/MC gift cards. Your donations and purchases will help us to provide meals and other necessities to those in need.
There is always a shortage of clothing and toys for boys, from toddlers to teen years. Winter coats, mittens, and shoes are needed for this age range.
And if you do not know what to provide, gift cards are always useful. A Wal-Mart gift card would help us provide meals. There are families who do not qualify for government assistance but are in need. They were the middle-class and hard times have fallen on them.
We carefully screen and assess needs. Money is never handed to anyone directly. We pay utilities, rent, prescriptions etc., directly to the provider and give bags of groceries and personal items that are needed.
Use our secure online payment processor to the right under Support this Ministry." Enter in the amount you wish to give. Gifts may be shipped to GeoVi's Place at: 100 Orchard Park Drive, #145, Greenville, SC 29616 or mail gift cards to P. O. Box 26145, Greenville, SC 29616.
Your contribution will be acknowledged upon reeceipt. We will also send a receipt to you for your records.
Happy New Year to you and yours. Your giving will help meet the needs of a pregnant teen, an infant, boy, girl, man or woman. We thank God for you being apart of this ministry.
365 Days of Christmas at GeoVi's Place
"The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it."
GeoVi's: A Place New Life Begins is a nonprofit organization founded to provide residential living to troubled teens. The vision has evolved and we provide outreach services to pregnant teens, troubled teens and teens interested in improving their mindsets. We also work with all age groups needing food, clothing and training.
Far from liberating women, abortion has become a lucrative industry, exploiting young women beyond anything ever imagined. When pregnancy comes at a difficult time, which is the worthier response of society: To surround mother and child alike with protection and love, or to hold out the cold comfort of an abortion clinic? Where is America's true character to be seen - in an adoptive home or at the abortion clinic? In which role is a woman more empowered - giving life or taking it?—The late former Governor of Pennsylvania