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:: Helping Poor People ::

 
  Helping Poor People is a Joy at Fred Jordan Missions
Since 1944, Fred Jordan Missions has been helping poor people on Skid Row, throughout Los Angeles, and in the inner-cities of America and beyond. Through the generous donations of individuals, corporations, churches, and temples, Fred Jordan Missions has built hospitals, schools, and has provided food, clothing, and love to thousands.

The Fred Jordan Mission also provides after school programs for at-risk kids, summer camps for underprivileged kids, and back-to-school drives that provide clothing and supplies for kids in the inner-city. Helping poor people at Fred Jordan Missions is the objective of the mission on a daily basis. There are immediate food bags available at all times to help those in desperate need.

For major holidays, the mission helps poor people by providing a hot, home-made meal on Thanksgiving Day. The holidays at Fred Jordan Missions are filled with joy and hope. A special Christmas program helps distribute new toys to over 12,000 underprivileged children throughout the Los Angeles area. At Easter, everyone receives a meal along with a basket that includes a gift and food. For Mother's Day, many women receive an extreme make-over which includes a hair cut, styling, makeup, and more. Fred Jordan Missions is involved year-round in helping poor people. This has been the main force driving the mission since it's inception.

Helping Poor People at Fred Jordan Missions is Our Ministry
Blessed by God with a compassionate team, volunteers and donors, Fred Jordan Missions has worked miracles. But as long as there are men, women and children living on the street, victims of violence, substance abuse and despair, our work goes on. Reach out and touch those who need you most. We thank you for considering a donation this year to help the poor people living in and around Skid Row and Los Angeles. Thanks for touching a life.
 








Fred Jordan Missions   
P.O. Box 12345   
Covina, CA 91722   
626/915-1981   
fjmoffice@fjm.org