Giving Tuesday

Helping Our Local Laurel Nonprofits

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Missing Peace Ministry is a non-profit organization which works with missions who rescue victims from human trafficking.  Upon rescue, we provide housing and bring restoration from the trauma through faith based Christian counseling on site. Our team teaches basic life skills, which equip these women for success.  Upon restoration, Missing Peace plans to work with local businesses to employ these women, teaching them a career which will help them thrive in a successful lifestyle.  The shelter is currently under construction in hopes to house rescues by August 2021. Donations help to fund the construction and resources needed by our ministry.

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Glory House Global Outreach is a faith-based non-profit organization located in downtown Laurel, Mississippi. Our desire is to share the love of Christ with our community and world by loving God and loving people. This mission is accomplished by providing our neighbors, families in need and vulnerable populations with a multitude of services to assist with their physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs. With the help of our local community and beyond, the Glory House utilizes thousands of individual volunteers, churches, civic and service organizations, schools, businesses and families to serve and assist those with the greatest needs in our community.  Donations to our organization are used to provide year-round food pantry services, personal care/hygiene supplies, discipleship outreach programs, after-school tutoring, school supplies, children's summer camp, eldercare services, Christmas assistance for needy families, and disaster response services. Programs, activities and services are provided at no cost to families in need. Your donation helps provide hope to those who need it most. The Glory House offers various services and ministry facets for anyone who desires to serve others as well as those in need of love and caring. The Glory House will simply bring the goodness of God to those in its reach. ESL classes, community meals, community service projects, classes for better living and blessing others are be the priority. There's so much to be done and plenty of opportunities to give, serve and support.

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And the Remnant Co-Op

Dwell helps women coming out of rehab, abuse, or homelessness by giving them transitional housing and the tools needed to return back into society successfully. In turn, The Remnant is one of the main sources of funding for Dwell and an outlet to provide jobs with a livable wage to its members. The Remnant is a Co-Op Shop with a Purpose. It is a shop for pre-loved goods to help benefit Dwell. Dwell members work and provide for themselves in a way that gives them a sense of normalcy as they transition back into the workforce. From sorting through donations, cleaning, or working the sales floor, the women of Dwell become equipped with the tools and structure to get them prepared for other career opportunities that may not have been obtainable straight out of their recovery journey. Providing a steady flow of funding to Dwell and providing the women it benefits with a safe outlet to feel included in society are the main goals of the Remnant. The Remnant is an opportunity to change many lives and enlighten the public on the struggles of returning to society after trauma.

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The Social Club is a nonprofit organization new to Downtown Laurel. We provide ability inclusive recreational opportunities. Everyone is welcome in our play space; however, we have supports in place for those with disabilities and specialized needs. Our hope to create acceptance and socialization through play. We have plans to increase these opportunities with the help of future funding.

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Junior Auxiliary of Laurel is a group of approximately 50 women who volunteer their time and talents to serve the children of Jones County and the city of Laurel with community projects that focus on education, health, cultural, and social needs.  A few of these projects include: Secret Meals, providing nonperishable food to over 100 children in need on a weekly basis; Family Matters, which provides school uniforms to children; and 8th and 9th Grade Mentoring, in which time is spent encouraging and talking to students about health, self-esteem, conflict resolution, stress management, bullying, and the like.   Each year the provisional class implements a project of their choosing.  This year we have begun a literacy project that will impact every first-grade student in the Laurel School District, Laurel Christian School and St. Johns Day School.  This take-home literacy guide is designed to help foster a love of reading and writing in first grade students. Each student will receive a kit that includes a new book of their own, interactive activities that relate to the story, supplies, and parent resources.  Donations for this provisional project are crucial to help purchase the books and supplies needed for each student. Supporting this project not only means supporting JA of Laurel but also the children who live in our hometown.

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Thank You

We hope that you will consider donating to one of these non-profits or to one in your own hometown. Even if you weren't able to give finically, we hope you will consider give your time and energy. Every little bit helps. Together, we can make our communities safer and stronger for everyone.