Monday, January 2, 2017

B.R.E.A.D., INC


B.R.E.A.D. stands for 

Blessings Received Each Appointed Day. 

We are a non-profit organization 501 (C) (3) that is celebrating it's 22st anniversary this year!
All donations are tax deductible.
B.R.E.A.D. Inc.  
 
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NEWS FLASH! We have a NEW location effective the end of August! After 3.5 months of searching, God has provided a place for us in South Gastonia on Old York Road. More details soon! Thanks to everyone who cared so much and helped us search! We will need lots of moving help on Saturday, August 21!

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We have sad news. Our retired volunteer with many years of service and leadership, Jim Brackett, has passed away this week. His services and information is available at the link below. He will be dearly missed. Love and hugs to his wife Linda as she goes through this difficult time.

https://www.siskbutler.com/obituary/James-Brackett

                     

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All work at BREAD, Inc.  is done by volunteers  (we have no paid staff or paid board member) and most of our food is donated. We share the love of Jesus Christ to those in need, by providing food and groceries to the homeless, elderly, and low-income individuals and/or families of Gaston County.  Income to meet our monthly rent/utilities/food transportation costs comes from generous hearts like yours who care about those in need and from our God who has never let us down.


Please check our Facebook page at B.R.E.A.D., Inc. We would love to share our stories with you.


Donations always appreciated:

Food:  Food donations welcome! We are grateful for anything you would like to bring! Current food needs are cereal, canned green beans and corn, eggs, potato flakes,  We appreciate extra garden produce, too! We do have a source for bread, flour, noodles, and drinks.

Clothes, household:  Items in high demand: men's used comfortable shoes, clothes, and backpacks for those who walk or strong carry bags or suitcases that can be pulled on wheels, small tent for homeless.

We are open from 9-12 on Tuesday and Thursday. We arrive an hour before and leave an hour after our open times. The best time to bring a donation is before or after we open or after "rush" which is 9-10:30. We have a small parking lot so it's hard to get in during rush.


Holiday Wish List: Food for holiday meal boxes. Canned: Green beans, corn, sweet potatoes. Boxed: Mashed Potatoes, Mac n Cheese, Stuffing.

July

One of our clients is quite a poet!




 

Enjoyed having a group from ARP Church come to volunteer! They were full of enthusiasm and willing to help.  They accomplished all sorts of projects and we are very grateful! See the fun!