The Board of Directors of Friendship Mission thank the community for the support that it has given the Mission. Donations of funds, time and talent given in working on the front building are greatly appreciated.
As of the present we have been able to help and house over 315 men since October 2005.
Friendship Mission has been a recipient of a $500 grant from the Kenai Peninsula Foundation to help with the expenses of the Mission. Our current project is to complete the rest rooms, the shower room and the kitchen in the main building.
Also, we have received help from Chumley Construction Company and the Doug Norris Company with the installation of the new sewer system we needed to accommodate the building.
We want to thank Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program for the funds we have received from the Chevron Company and their employees. The generosity has been a blessing for the Mission to carry on the ministry to the homeless men of the Kenai Peninsula.
Last month, a VIM team from Lost Creek UM Church of Stillwater, Okla., was here to work on the arctic entry and other projects. The youth group of Kenai Christian Church worked here on "Mission Monday" doing cleanup. Also, a Nazarene youth team was here and worked one day; they were from Valley Nazarene Church of Monte Vista, Colo.
There are many churches and individuals that support the Mission on a monthly basis and we thank them for their commitment to be used by the Lord Jesus Christ for His Mission.
Graydon and Mary Anne Cowgill
Friendship Mission Inc.
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