“HARP Mission BAG OF HOPE”
HARP Mission is a nondenominational Christian organization providing spiritual and physical assistance to people in need. Since 2004, the HARP Mission has helped meet the needs of families who are victims of natural disasters, poverty, domestic violence/child abuse, and other traumas such as unemployment that negatively impact their daily lives.
The HARP Mission serves area churches to promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The mission is to share the love of Jesus in a tangible way to families in need and specifically needy children who have never heard the Word of God, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Thousands of children have never attended church or been told of the love of Jesus Christ right here in the United States. How can you change that?
The HARP Bag of Hope is a gift to children, provided by you.
Throughout the year, the HARP Mission serves families in need, providing volunteers to repair homes and build wheelchair ramps, providing furniture and other basic home needs to insure safe, sanitary, and secure homes, and by sharing the Gospel message; praying with families and their children.
Make the biggest impact by filling any number of “HARP Bags of Hope” and sending them to the HARP Mission Center, 810 Main St., Caldwell, Ohio 43724 phone 740-365-0052 along with your donation of $10 to assist with the cost of transportation for distribution.
The HARP Bag of Hope Gift Suggestions:
Bible and other materials sharing the love of Jesus
Cross (Sunday School Project)
Coloring Bookor Journal for older children
Crayons or pencils and pens for older children
Teddy Bear or Small Pillow
Blanket (soft and cuddly)
In Fall of year:New toys for Christmas ($25 value approx..)
Other comfort items
For more information, Contact Us.
For more information, please contact Mary Bates, Director or Saundra Wallace, Donations Manager at 740-365-0052. To financially support this outreach of love, send your tax-deductible donation to The HARP Mission, P.O. Box 176, Caldwell, Ohio 43724, please note in the memo line “HARP Bag of Hope”.