Broken Chains Ministry

Category: Partner and Volunteer Thank Yous

Thank You Broken Chains Sponsors!

We want to give a heartfelt thanks to all our Broken Chains sponsors; Christian & secular; companies & individuals! Without all of you, we would not be where we are today; helping the homeless and less fortunate in our city, doing drug/alcohol interventions all over the US, being recognized by many churches throughout our ...

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Thank You Maryland Parkway Curves & Ndeye Diallo

We want to thank the Maryland Parkway Curves and Ndeye Diallo for holding a month long food drive for Broken Chains.

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Thank You Pastor Joe & Fellowship of God

This month we want to thank Pastor Joe Schindelmeiser and Fellowship of God for his help is getting men and women off the street and into Christian halfway houses.

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Thank You Broken Chains Board Members

We want to thank all of our wonderful board members, who are such a great help in managing Broken Chains.

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Thank You IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management)

We want to thank IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) for adopting Broken Chains as their community project for the year 2017.

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Thank You Cub Scout Pack 931

We want to thank Cub Scout Pack 931 for making 372 lunches for our January "2 Lunch Tuesday" program.

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Thank You Brendan Tweedy & Boy Scouts of America

Brendan Tweedy, a 15 year old Boy Scout, obtained his "Eagle Scout Badge" in December of this year by an act of kindness to Broken Chains Ministry.

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Thank You Ndeye Diallo and Curves

We want to thank Ndeye Diallo and the Maryland Parkway Curves for holding a great food drive for us this past month.

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Thank You Spring Valley Baptist Church

We want to thank Spring Valley Baptist Church for their food donations to Broken Chains

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Thank You SNBA (Southern NV Baptist Assn.)

The Southern Nevada Baptist Association financially supports Broken Chains Ministry on a quarterly basis to help with the food expenses that we have. They do this directly from their Hunger Fund. The supply expenses, which are not donated directly for our Wednesday night outreaches, are defrayed partially as a result of this ...

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