NMMN Women’s Ministries And LCFA Church At Camp Hope

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Pastor George and NMMN Women’s Ministries Enjoy Talking With Mr Sykes.

Thursday May 8th Las Cruces First Assembly Church and NMMN Women’s Ministries came to MVCH and Camp Hope to serve up some burgers and hot dogs, give the camp donations they had collected, and take a tour of our facility, many learning about what we do for the first time. As always, it was a joy to see Pastor George’s smiling face, and a pleasure to meet a new group of enthousiastic women who genuinely see a new way they can help their community.

Serving it up!

Serving it up!

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Pastor George and Nurse Anna from St Lukes Clinic

Pastor George and Nurse Anna from St Lukes Clinic

We finished our afternoon with them by sitting in our resource room explaining what our agency does, how the camp came into being, and answering some really great questions that the ladies were asking about our work with the homeless people in Las Cruces. It is so inspiring to see our veteran supporters like Pastor George’s church inviting new groups to participate in deepening our roots and branching out to help us continue to expand our work managing homelessness together.

MVCH Exec Dir Nicole Martinez Speaks about our work.

MVCH Exec Dir Nicole Martinez Speaks about our work.

Touring our Agency.

Touring our Agency.

A GREAT BIG THANKS TO OUR NEW FRIENDS, NMMN WOMEN’S MINISTRIES, AND TO OUR OLD FRIENDS AT LCFA CHURCH!

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About Matt-HRjjamativaTatarthamaitri

Grew up in central PA, been around the block as a "survivor", helped design and manage "The Made With Love Cafe and Grill" (a post-Katrina relief camp/kitchen in the lower 9th ward NOLA), been homeless in Las Cruces for 6 years and a Camp Outreach Coordinator for the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope Homeless services agency for almost a year now also helping to manage the Camp Hope Project, Newly transitioned out of homelessness as of September 2013, THE WORK CONTINUES!

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