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Generosity Tree

Generosity Tree

Saturday, November 23, 2019 - Sunday, December 22, 2019

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Give back to the community this Christmas as you engage with Chapel Hill Church’s local outreach partners by participating in the Generosity Tree project.

 We’ve set up Christmas trees in the church lobby, HeBrews coffee bar, and in the Gathering Place. The next time you are at Chapel Hill, stop by one of the trees, grab a gift tag, and sign up to serve.

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Generosity Tree Partners:

Tacoma Rescue Mission

Provides food and shelter for men, women and families experiencing homelessness. They bring the hope of Christ to the hurting by providing faith based recovery programs, services to veterans, housing and support to people with disabilities, life skills and career development, and educational support. Learn more

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(Create an account at least five days before you wish to volunteer; you will receive an email confirmation. Then log in to the portal and select your volunteer date. Look for the toy distribution event.)

DRESS FOR SUCCESS CLOTHING CLOSET (WCCW)

Run almost completely by Chapel Hill volunteers, last year the closet supplied 568 women being released from The Washington Correctional Center for Women with a duffel bag, one pair of shoes, two pairs of pants, four tops, a coat, a purse, socks and undergarments.  Having clean and appropriate clothing restores dignity and is essential for these women to take their next steps toward a successful life outside of prison.

Coffee Oasis

Provides support and community to youth experiencing homelessness through shelter, showers and laundry, medical and counseling services, job training, life skills classes and more. They have five cafes in South Kitsap County that help sustain their youth services and provide job training opportunities for youth. Learn more

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World Relief Seattle

Envisions every local refugee and vulnerable immigrant welcomed, rooted in and empowered by community. As they resettle refugees and asylees, they provide employment services, English language training, cultural orientation, medical support, and immigration legal services. They also lead faith-based ministry in the Immigration Detention Center in Tacoma. Learn more

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Purchase items on World Relief's Amazon Wish List!

FISH Food Bank

“Neighbor helping neighbor in need with food and other assistance as they move toward self-sufficiency." They provide food, groceries, clothing and household items to individuals and families in need in Gig Harbor and surrounding areas. They help those trying to overcome poverty by assisting in education, counseling and financial assistance. Learn more

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Northwest Furniture Bank

Seeks to restore hope, dignity and stability by providing furniture and housewares to families near the Tacoma area that are working to rebuild their lives, often coming out of homelessness, foster care or domestic violence. They strive to give their clients a bed to sleep on, a sofa to sit on, and a table to eat from. Learn more

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This is a collaborative project between Chapel Hill Deacons and Local Outreach.

Questions? Contact Chandra Hallam.