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Helping those in need is our mission and we would love if you could lend a helping hand. While we will always accept donations of food, clothing, funds and miscellaneous items, we are asking you to join a new fundraising program that has proven successful for over 110,000 charities and schools nationwide.  Since 2006, the Goodshop organization has donated nearly $11 millions to these non-profits, and now we’ve partnered with Goodshop to raise funds for Southern Mission Ministries.

Every time you shop at any of over 4,000 retailers online, Goodshop.com could be donating a percentage of what you spend to Southern Mission Ministries.  Every dollar you raise through Goodshop will help feed needy families in our community, or help them with utility and rent/mortgage assistance.  No one wants to see family, friends or neighbors go without food or heat, or lose their home.  That’s why the Goodshop program is a wonderful opportunity for anyone who shops online (and for those who are willing to start shopping online) to raise funds, without any added costs to them.  You will likely recognize many of the 4,000+ retailers participating in this program, including Target, ShinDigz, Toshiba, Priceline, NFL Shop, Kohl's and Walmart.

The program is free and easy!  Sign up at Goodshop.com, designate Southern Mission Ministries as your non-profit, and then when ever you want to shop online, enter your favorites retail sites through the Goodshop.com portal. It’s that simple!  In addition to earning donations that will fund transportation to doctors appointments for the elderly and job counseling for veterans, the Goodshop program offers over 100,000 coupons, deals and promotions that are designed to save you money.  You might use a redEnvelope coupon to save up to 60% on Clearance or a Walgreens coupon for 20% Off Home Health Care products.  For these retailers, Goodshop will donate 8% and 4% of your purchases to Southern Mission Ministries.

You don’t have to change your purchasing habits, or switch retailer. Just by entering your usual retail sites through the Goodshop portal, you will generate funds that Southern Mission Ministries will put to good use help those in need throughout our community.



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Your donation will give our senior citizens the assistance they need with socialization, activities, meals and travel. Southern Mission Senior Center provides these services and more for seniors in our community. We provide daily meals as well as travel for those who do not have transportation. We also have activity programs to help keep our citizens physically active and mentally alert.

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We accept donations as listed below.

One-time:   Make a donation of any amount to help buy food for those in need.
Monthly:   Make a monthly donation to help feed more elderly and children
Membership:   Become a member by giving yearly to our cause
Memorial:   Make a donation in Memory of someone special who has passed
In Honor of:   Make a donation in Honor of someone you care about
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  Sponsor a family in need for $20 per month
  Sponsor a needy child for the holidays.
  Help a veteran in need of food, housing, utilities, etc.
  Keep someone warm/cool from extreme weather conditions
  Provide living quarters to the homeless
  Provide services for our seniors at our senior center
  Donate to help us purchase a handicap accessible bus for transporting our seniors to and from the center and on trips for events, shopping, field trips, etc.
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Special Gift:
  Include us in your will. Mentioning us in your will is a great way to give back to the community.



Help feed
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Each time you make a purchase at one of the vendors below they will donate a percentage of your purchase price to our cause.
Oriental Trading


We are in need of the following items:
Folding Tables
Folding Chairs
Tent Canopy (need 4)
Picnic Tables
Storage Shed
Riding Lawnmower
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