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Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Bo, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Kailahun, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Kenema, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Makeni, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Port Loko, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Bo, Sierra Leone, West Africa
Sierra Care 2013 Christmas Outreach in Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa

A Glance at Sierra Care

 

Former Fox News host Glenn Beck whom many regard as an idea log for the GOP.  The left says Glen leans to the far- right. Some went further to say Glen Edward Beck promotes conspiracy theories. Truly, we discovered a strong defender of traditional American Values, a strong defender of Israel and a great philanthropist.

At Sierra Care our partnership started with these words “people from around the world are coming to serve the Dallas / Fort Worth area out of the goodness of their hearts in support of man’s responsibility to be charitable toward his neighbor. We are proud to work with you and Wall Builders in the Day of Service”. Glen Beck titled the event “Restoring Love”, which brought in about 50,000 volunteers to Dallas / Fort Worth. On July 27, 2012, 50 volunteers were assigned to Sierra Care to restore love at the New Beginning Shelter in Garland, TX. The twenty-nine years old transitional shelter fosters an environment of safety, support and respect for families affected by domestic violence. Their services range from crisis intervention, counseling, shelter, education, advocacy, and diverse community partnerships. The shelter believes in the promotion of social change that will lead to the elimination of domestic violence. We were able to refurbish the shelter. We provided services ranging, from raking and sweeping the yard and floors to repairing damaged doors, repaired and repacked closets, repaired broken toilet seats, repaired children toys, bicycles, playgrounds etc… Our services brought smiles to the residents and staff at the shelter.  The New Beginning Shelter can be reached at (972) 276-0057.

At the Salvation Army Carr P. Collins Social Services Center in Dallas, Texas, home to about 600 people in four residential programs of homeless shelter for women; homeless shelter for men; substance abuse for men and women; homeless shelter for women and children and domestic violence shelter. The Salvation Army opened its doors in the 1800s helping people find the spiritual and practical help they need to change their lives. October 20, 2012, Sierra Care was humble to help feed about 430 residents at the 161,000 square foot Carr P. Collins Center. Our caring volunteers washed dishes, cleaned floors, cleaned the serving food lines, continuously cleaned and restocked the dining hall as residents’ lined in and out for food. The customer service we provided was also remarkable as some of our volunteers are professionals in the service industry.  The Carr P. Collins Center is open 24 hours a day, 365 days in a year, additional programming and support services are also available to assist in a successful transition from homelessness to stability. The center can be contacted at (214) 424-7050.

The Vogel Alcove Children Shelter in Dallas is home to babies and toddlers born by homeless parents. The 25 years old facility provides free quality child development services for Dallas youngest victims of poverty; ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. We are very excited to be of support to the Vogel Alcove. October 5 2012, Sierra Care Inc donated 840 diapers to the shelter, serves as classroom buddies to the kids, spent quality time read, played and shared stories.  Our Sierra Care volunteers demonstrated kindness and attachment to these children. Our ten years experience of reaching out to children of civil war, natural disasters and family violence define our group of volunteers to be a good fit. The child shelter can be reached at (214) 565-9706.

Friends, compassion is a strong American value and tradition, her history tells it all. Whether, rebuilding a country after a conflict or responding to natural disasters. You can do your part to brighten the life of a homeless child, woman or man-Get Involve. We welcome volunteers to donate their time and talents. Please visit our site to register: http://www.sierracare.org  or we can be contacted at (214) 529-4712.