In 1923, Light House Mission opened its door to individuals who were homeless and needed help. Since that time, the Mission has continued to serve thousands of homeless and needy people and has expanded its services to meet the changing needs of our society.
They have been able to do this because of the support of many individuals, churches, businesses, and organizations who gave of their time, talents, and finances. Today the 910 West Holly Street Mission building needs an elevator to serve the ever increasing population of disabled guests. Homeless individuals in wheelchairs, with walkers, and using crutches come to the Mission for a safe shelter every day — yet the dining room is downstairs and the resident dorm is upstairs.
An elevator is desperately needed.
Because we believe in what Lighthouse Mission Ministries is doing, we have agreed to serve as Co-chairs of the 90 Days for 90 Years celebration. You can be a part of this exciting challenge to support the Elevator Campaign which will help local people who are homeless so they can overcome their problems and return to independent living as soon as possible.
It is an honor to be a part of this ministry. Won’t you please join us in supporting Lighthouse Mission’s 90 Days for 90 Years Elevator Campaign?