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COMMUNITY OUTREACH

#BE THE HOPE

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TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE:

We were created to live in a community, and it is through the relationships we build that we tangibly experience the loving characteristics of Christ! Because of this, it’s important for us to regularly host events where we have the opportunity to serve and build relationships with our homeless friends.

  • We will work to establish YAI Chapters across the Nation

  • We exist to touch the lives of those experiencing trauma

  • We stand in the gap between organizations and local government agencies to provide sustainable life necessities

  • We build relationships to provide adequate resources that lead to recovery

  • Support and provide needs for large community events and organizational outreaches

  • Providing supplies for international missionaries reaching impoverished areas

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Be The Hope

At YAIPaks everything starts with the extravagant love of Christ. God pursues each one of us to redefine our identity, restore our dignity, and remind us how deeply we are loved.

Our homeless friends have been lost and forgotten by the world, but they are important. We are here to extravagantly love them the same way we’ve been loved by God.

YOU CAN SUPPORT #BETHEHOPE BY:

Donating camping equipment and basic necessities. Items can be dropped off at the YAIPak warehouse (210 S 2nd Street) on Mondays 9-12 or Thursdays 5-8 OR at the dropbox located at LifePoint Church.

  • 2-4 Person Tents

  • Hand Warmers

  • Sleeping Bags

  • Bed Mats

  • Backpacks

  • Propane Tanks (16oz)

  • Batteries (AA & AAA)

  • Tarps Dry Dog Food & Cat Food

  • Baby Wipes

  • Beef Jerky

  • Canned Food (stew, tuna, chicken, soup fruit)

  • Peanut Butter

  • Ensure Socks

  • Workboots

  • Small Tool Set

ARE YOU AN AMAZON SHOPPER?

You can purchase items from our charity list and they’ll be shipped directly to YAIPak outreach.

SERVE IN OUR WAREHOUSE

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IN 2020 YOU SERVED

353000

5500

PEOPLE

CHILDREN

225

VETERANS

32

TONS OF FOOD