Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Living in the lap of luxury! Homeless in Palm Springs, California, Valentine's Day 2017
May God bless the many folks that made it possible for the homeless living in Palm Springs and other California desert cities to receive deliveries of urgent and critical supplies of food, water, clothing, rosaries, handmade "Love Bugs" and more this Valentine's Day, the season of love! Be sure to check out the 2-minute movie-short above.
Also, thanks to Mary, our Toyota, Tundra has had an "offspring" that in the future will create broader and more comprehensive homeless deliveries - a Pacer trailer, purchased this past weekend in Beaumont, CA at Big Tex Trailers. The next StreetReach to the homeless is Saturday, February 25th serving Los Angeles and Ventura, CA homeless.
With thanksgiving to Manuel Estrada, Oscar Estrada, Fr. John Neiman, Mary Lantgen, John Lantgen, Henry and Angela Chavez, David and Maria Gonzalez, Alice Maes, Tony and Monica Rocha and many, many more. Remember, since 2001 the Servants of the Father of Mercy - just like Domino's Pizza, "We deliver!" - serving 80,000 + homeless in Southern California living under bridges, in alleyways and on riverbed bottoms.
Make a donation online to help with our trailer/truck gas guzzler, maintenance, repairs and to increase frequency of homeless deliveries at our website ServantsoftheFather.org or mail a check to the Servants of the Father of Mercy, 1544 Morse Avenue, Suite A, Ventura, CA, 93003. Join our all-volunteer team today by calling (310) 595-4175.