Volunteers reach out to local non-profits

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DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) -- For some in Dothan they don't have money left over at the end of the month for basic necessities.

No one ever wants to see someone go hungry, that's why a local ministry has made it their mission to help change that.

"There’s still love, there's still hope," said volunteer Erica Harris.

Erica Harris and All Nations Church on Monday were preparing sandwiches for those looking for a meal.

"In many cases, it might be the only meal people will get tomorrow," said Michelle Michel, Living Hope Community Outreach Center Coordinator.

Michel says about 100 people in need come every Tuesday for lunch, and every day of the week - people can get clothing, canned food and moral support.

"We are all here trying to extend the love of God to each person that comes here and that God loves you even in your circumstances and that we are here to help them," said Michel.

Michel says there's a need for volunteers in the summer - which is why she's grateful for Harris's help

"Giving back that's the one thing that we want to do that's our mission that's our goal," Stanley Harris, Pastor.

All this week - All Nations Church will be volunteering at 7 organizations across the Wiregrass.
At every spot they have one thing on their mind.

"I’m hoping that they know that they are loved and that there are people out there that do care"

All Nations Church hopes to make love out loud outreach a yearly tradition that will continue for generations.

If you would like to join them, you can meet at All Nations Family Worship Center this Tuesday through Friday at 9 in the morning. The Center is located at 1415 Honeysuckle Rod. If you have any questions contact Erica Harris at 804-484-9696.

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