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Charity Partners

Fulfilling the Biblical Corporal Works of Mercy

We are proud to partner with these nonprofit organizations to help fulfill the Biblical corporal works of mercy.


The Food Bank of Central Louisiana 

To Feed the Hungry & Give Drink to the Thirsty

The Food Bank of Central Louisiana’s mission is to eradicate hunger in Central Louisiana. The Food Bank is able to serve more than 22,400 people every month in our community through the generous support of individual and corporate donors. For every dollar donated, the Food Bank of Central Louisiana can provide five meals to families in need.

Hope House

Provide Shelter to the Homeless

Hope House of Central Louisiana provides safe shelter and essential services to homeless women and their children, empowering them to independence. The vision of Hope House that  Everyone served by Hope House will become actively engaged role models demonstrating self-determination,
responsibility, and citizenship.

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Faith House

Providing Shelter to the Homeless

Faith House’s mission is to provide safety, shelter, empowerment, and
advocacy to survivors of domestic violence. For residents and their
children, they provide safe housing, food, clothing, health screening and support, medications, advocacy, counseling; legal
assistance; and a children’s program.

Alzheimer's Association

To Care for the Sick

The Alzheimer’s Association’s mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and ehance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.  The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading, global voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care and support, and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research.

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To Care for the Sick

STEPS Cenla’s mission is Striving To Ensure Pediatric Survival by donating each year to one large research based organization, St. Jude Research
Hospital, as well as to provide emotional, spiritual and financial support to local children (Heroes) currently fighting battles right here in Cenla. In their inaugural year, STEPS Cenla raised $30,000 for St. Jude’s and assisted 7 local children with medical expenses.

Re-Entry Solutions

Ransom the Captive

Re-Entry Solutions’ mission is to work with existing community resources and to develop needed ones to break the cycle of return to arrest and imprisonment. Re-Entry’s 3 areas of focus are: employment, housing, and restoration of mind, body and soul. The goal is to help keep families together whenever possible to break the cycle of return not only for the returning citizen, but for the next generation as well.

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Cenla Pregnancy Center

Ransom the Captive

Cenla Pregnancy Center is a non-profit organization that serves Central Louisiana and surrounding communities. Cenla Pregnancy Center offers a variety of professional services and resources, including: pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, consultations and more. “We believe every woman deserves truth especially when faced with news of an unplanned pregnancy. Our doors are open to everyone, our services are always free, and our professionals are kind and knowledgeable.”

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