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Help the homeless by contributing to J.O.Y. Jars

From Maggie Coleman, Treasurer
J.O.Y. Ministries

In the past month, J.O.Y. Ministries has seen a large increase in homelessness and those on the borderline of homelessness in our community. We are looking for partners in serving the least of these. You can help by sharing your change in our "J.O.Y. Jars." God can multiply small things and He can use us to make a big difference! (Luke 21:1-4)

We will be delivering jars to local businesses and schools in the area. If you are a local business, please call J.O.Y. at 270-380-1808 and leave a message letting us know you want a jar. We will get one to you ASAP. If you see it filling up, please let us know and we will come collect it or you can drop it off at our location directly off the square, down the alley from Acapulco Grill and the Columbian Theater.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call our office at 270-380-1808. Thank you for your support of J.O.Y. Ministries as we seek to provide food, shelter, clothing, and hope to all in our community!

This story was posted on 2022-09-12 20:40:51
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2022-09-29 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Reminder: JOY Ministries JOY Jars are coming in to local businesses and schools in the area. Fill them up to help others!

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