Compassionate Community Service Activities - El Nido Project
Sacred Service- El Nido Apartment Update June 1st, 2022
Thank you for your ongoing support of time, talent and treasure for this important family endeavor.
It appears the next apartment furnishing may be in mid-July, 2022.
At that time, we will need a U Haul truck driver and 4 strong furniture and box movers since Apt. 11 is upstairs!
We will also need 3-4 persons to set up the apartment, wash dishes, sort
and store items and make it into a home for the new family.
Thank you for your monetary donations which have been used for furniture, gas cards and kitchen items.
Checks can be sent to Unity San Diego with El Nido in the Memo line.
Your loving contributions are very appreciated.
Putting Feet to Our Prayers
Unity San Diego's outreach, provides opportunities for our congregation to contribute to the well-being of others locally and globally.
Mission: To inspire and engage Unity San Diego in compassionate connection with the local and global community through generosity, service, and understanding.
Vision: A connected, compassionate community serving together to meet needs and empower people.
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We look forward to your participation with our team as we answer the call to assist those in need. Our support for the following organizations and the general public comes in many forms:
Fundraising for specific events
Delivering and serving meals to the homeless
Providing donations such as shoes, coats, school supplies and food.
When you give to Feeding San Diego, every dollar stays here in the community, providing meals for kids, adults, and families in San Diego County. In fact, every $1 provides 4 meals ... that's enough to feed a family! So please give generously, because together, we can solve hunger.
Head Start is a federally-funded child development program designed to help break the cycle of poverty by providing preschool children of low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs. Head Start’s approach is that the parent is the child’s primary educator and that the entire family, as well as the community, must be involved in guiding and nurturing the child. Over the past four decades, Head Start has touched the lives of more than 250,000 low-income preschool children and families at more than 140 locations in San Diego County.