COMMITTEE MISSION STATEMENT: To identify the needs of the people in the local and global community and match the talents and resources of All Saints congregation to these needs.
MEETING TIME: The first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the small conference room at church. We welcome anyone to participate as a regular committee member or to volunteer with specific periodic projects.
Through a generous donation from the Bibra family, we have been able to provide money to various community orgaizations around the state. Read more about where the money has gone and what is being done:
Making a Difference, November 2016.
Continuing to Make a Difference, February 2017.
|January||January 22: Bishop’s Luncheon & Issues Briefing in Santa Fe|
|February||Sierra Vista Elementary School Backpack Food Collection (all month) – more info
February 4: Family Promise Speaker
February 14-March 24: Lenten World Hunger Campaign
|March||To’Hajiilee: Collection of infant/child clothing & hygiene items (all month) – more info
March 4-11: Family Promise Hosting
|April||April 8-22: Storehouse West Food Fundraiser|
|May||Offering of Letters, TBD
Habitat for Humanity Luncheon, TBD
|July||Lutheran Family Services Project|
|August||August 19: All Saints Annual Bake Sale (proceeds to VBS)|
|September||Sierra Vista School Backpack Food Collection Project (all month) – more info|
|October||October 7 or 14: Mission & Outreach Sunday
October 28-November 4: Family Promise Hosting
|November||Social Justice Craft Sale|
|December||Christmas Giving Tree|
ONGOING PROGRAMS: The following are continuing, ongoing projects which, when required, committee members will deliver or coordinate collection and delivery of items.
Collections: Boxes in Narthex Coat Closet:
1) Inkjet cartridges which go to Staples for credit to ASLC business account;
2) Eyeglasses taken to Nicaragua;
3) Cell phones donated to Cell Phones for Soldiers;
4) Aluminum cans sold for cash for Family Promise; (collection box in kitchen under counter)
5) Used Postage Stamps with proceeds to Community Outreach projects;
6) Aluminum can tabs to Ronald McDonald House.
7) Box tops to Jenilee Charley, Teacher for Visually Impaired Education in the Gallup Public Schools
Collections for Storehouse West: Green beans, nonperishable food, children’s clothing.
Collections for Storehouse: Clothing and household items (Box outside preschool, picked up by Storehouse).