Point Bank generously donated to support IFM and the families who may need a helping hand with rent. Your generosity allows us to continue our mission of supporting the community.
We are humbled when a long time donor remembers us in his/her estate. Mr. Paul Voertman was a kind individual who gave to many local organizations. When asked why he contributed to Interfaith Ministries, he simply said, "I like what you do." We are most grateful to have received a donation from his estate.
I remember when I (Amber — the owner of Soma Massage Therapy) was a little girl, growing up with my little brother and my hard working, single mom. She was juggling college, two small kids, and a couple of jobs, and there were many days when we hardly had enough to eat. One thing we rarely had was toilet paper because it was just too expensive for our tiny budget. As a result, we regularly used newspaper or rags to wipe ourselves with, and my tiny little bottom often had terrible rashes and sores on it due to the unsanitary and abrasive materials we used.
When we DID have toilet paper, it was such a luxury that I remember hiding it in little wads in the bathroom so I could use it and give my poor bottom a break.
I encourage you to give generously with this drive — this particular cause has a lot of personal meaning to me, and I’d love for some little kid in Denton County to be saved from having this same experience as I had as a child using the bathroom!
What a wonderful way to help families in need. 13 year old Lily requested diapers from her family and friends instead of birthday gifts.
We donated our SUV to the Charity Cars program. We want to help fund programs like rent, utilities and prescription assistance that can help Denton residents who are struggling.