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“I Cared Enough” Continues Even During Covid

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Meeting the practical needs of people in the name of Jesus is a great way to share the Gospel through actions. Daniel Cason Ministries is once again hosting their annual Thanksgiving outreach “I Cared Enough” in which volunteers will help meet the needs of the homeless, helpless, hurting, hungry and hopeless in our community. Sponsors are needed to help ensure this year is another big success!

Mission makers Daniel Cason Ministries canned goods for Bread of Life from Synovus employees Cason center
Canned goods are a big item needed for this year’s “I Cared Enough” Thanksgiving Outreach. Your organization or church can help by hosting a food drive now. Seen here is Daniel Cason (center) with Synovus employees who supplied canned goods for the ministry’s food pantry just when they needed it most!

During the “I Cared Enough” outreach on Tuesday, November 24, 2020, those in need in our community will receive free groceries. Then on Wednesday, November 25, 2020, free clothing, toiletries and school supplies for children will be distributed from the ministry’s headquarters at 538 7th street North, 35203 (corner of Graymont Avenue).

Additionally, the ministry is sending teams into the ten most needy communities in the city of Birmingham to distribute groceries, clothing, toiletries and school supplies. St. Mark United Methodist has already committed to lead two teams, but more team leaders are needed. Businesses and churches willing to collect canned goods for the event are also needed. Simply call 205-365-1800 or email casonmusik@aol.com. You can drop off canned goods or donations at Liberty Church, 2732 Old Rocky Ridge Road, Birmingham, AL, 35124.

Volunteers sorting food for "I Cared Enough"
Join Daniel Cason Ministries on Nov. 24-25, 2020 to bless those in need in our community with the love of Christ, groceries and much more! Seen here are volunteers sorting food for families in need.

Daniel Cason Ministries also creates relationships with the community through: K.I.D.S. – Kids in Divine Service Music and Arts Training, K.A.S.P. – Kids After School Program, Due to Covid restrictions, these programs are waiting to resume when possible. The ministry’s Our Daily Bread hot meals, Bread of Life Feeding and Clothing have been able to continue. Learn more at www.danielcason.org.

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A $10 donation will feed a family of four for
Thanksgiving! Drop off your donations no later than Monday November 23.

You can help Daniel Cason Ministries reach more people with the love and compassion of the Savior throughout the year by contributing monthly and/or volunteering. This is a perfect mission opportunity for church small groups, Sunday school classes, worship teams and individuals. It is easy to donate and keep track of your contributions because Daniel Cason Ministries has an administrative system with the National Christian Foundation. Simply make checks payable to National Christian Foundation. In the Memo section of the check, write: K.I.D.S./Daniel Cason Kids Ministry #117157. Mail to: National Christian Foundation/Alabama, 400 Office Park Drive, Suite 201, Birmingham, AL 35223.

Cason adds, “Remember, people really don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care! One person can’t do everything, but everyone can do something. Please help us!” Visit www.danielcason.org or call 205-365-1800 to partner in this life changing ministry. †

-Brought to you by: Community Partner, Convene

Local Chair, Harris Wheeler; hwheeler@convenenow.com

205-936-7038   www.ConveneNow.com

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