You showed us the love and power of the gospel. You broke the cycle.
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“If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the teacher. - Abdul Kalam, former president of India
Marchauna Rodgers and her children – Faylynn, 16; Elli, 12; Makayla, 10, and Caleb, 7 – have been serving lunch at UGM twice a month for over three years. The experience has changed their perceptions about homeless people.Read More >
Looking for a fun way to get your group involved in helping the homeless? How about holding a drive? You could make it a competition or do the drive in combination with a tour of our one of our facilities.Read More >
Eight local business leaders recently participated in UGM’s Engage! seminar on how to keep a job and earn a promotion. They spoke to residents of the Men’s and Women’s LIFE Recovery programs on vital subjects like workplace communication, employer expectations, integrating faith in the workplace and conflict management.Read More >
When the weather turned cold, Raymond and Michael Rodriguez started worrying about the men they saw on the street corners downtown. How were they going to stay warm? The boys knew they had a lot of stuff they didn’t need, and they thought their parents did, too, so they came up with an idea: They could have a clothing drive without ever leaving their house.Read More >