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Monday, March 24, 2014

Angels Wanted!

Possibly yourself and others of your family, friends and business network team may have the ability and desire to help donate to the two “key result” areas of the Servants of the Father of Mercy homeless (75,000) ministry that serves the entire Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles:  The KIA, Rondo delivery van and a 2,000 sq. ft. water and food storage HQ warehouse.

1.  There is an immediate need to raise $380 by Wednesday to pay off an emergency brake pad replacement for our KIA Rondo.  It was paid for by a post-dated check for this Wednesday that was issued on Saturday to the mechanic.  The van has 200,000 pickup and delivery miles since 2008.

2. Since 2008, after a six-year loan of $365 a month, the KIA Rondo has only 5 payments left with KIA Motors Financing.  We pray for an angel or two to help soon, making final payments so the cost of insurance coverage may be reduced to a more modest and affordable dollar amount making more money available for serving the homeless.

3.  The new warehouse storage location will receive rent payments from a benefactor’s estate beginning July 1st.  In the meantime, Angels are needed to help with April 1st rent, May 1st and June 1st.  The four-year lease is monthly .73 cents a square foot which includes water, electric, bathrooms and trash facilities.  Payments are set at $1,313 a month.

Possibly you may know of some family or friends who could chip in together and keep the homeless served with deliveries of food, water, clothing, blankets, hygiene kits, rosaries, prayer cards and more.  We're like Dominos, "We deliver!"

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Since 2001, but officially founded by Bro. Gary Joseph in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in 2008 under the leadership of Cardinal Roger Mahony, the Servants of the Father of Mercy, Inc. are “The New American Missionaries Bringing Our Homeless Home.” A 501 (c) 3 nonprofit tax-exempt and a Private Association of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. All donations are tax deductible.  There are no paid employees and the organization operates with a fully volunteer community of religious and lay brothers and sisters.
Mailing address:  Servants of the Father of Mercy, Inc.,  P. O. Box 42001, Los Angeles, CA 90042.

Lots of blessings for all your compassion, kindness and consideration!

bro. joseph

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