Full Color Movement International is on it's way BACK to Ghana. Join us for this Medical Mission of HOPE. Doctors, Dentists, Nurses, Gynecologists, and more. We need equipment, supplies, smiles, a caring hug and most of all we need people willing to spread HOPE. Join us, Ask how. Call today 480-227-9743. Checks can be made payable to Full Color Movement Int'l and are tax deductible. We need funds, we need volunteers, we need you!
Our Give Hope Luncheons provide Food for the stomach as well as resource information for those wanting to do better for themselves and family members.
Part of our Give Hope Mission is to go to nursing homes and senior centers to share songs, poetry, crafts and more with those that need our smiles and company.
Mothers, Fathers, Children, Veterans, Former Teachers, Former Engineers, Former Doctors, Former and Current Drug/Alcohol Abusers and more ...
Over 500,000 people in the US experience homelessness on any given night - meaning there are that many people sleeping outside or in an emergency shelter or transitional housing program. In total, 33 states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) reported decreases in overall homelessness, while 16 states reported increases. Truth is, some of us are only one or two or three paychecks away from being homeless as well...scary? See more details on http://www.endhomelessness.org
The FCMI staff and volunteers are dedicated to doing whatever we can to make someone else's day better. We can not always meet every need, but we do our best to lend a hand, a smile, a handshake, a hug, a caring ear, and resource references every chance we get. Sometimes it feels like we get more than we give. We serve a wide range of needs in our community and provide training to those that want to simply help when they can, or more extensive training/seminars for those that want to open a Give Hope Branch or similar on their side of town.
One of our Hope Partners shares beautiful art that he creates. He draws the pictures, copies them at the library and numbers them for distribution to any who asks.
Martin Luther King Jr