Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The dreaded message

Well, we finally got the message from the bookkeeper last week. HUMANITY FOR PRISONERS is flat broke. It took 10 months for it to happen, but we finally reached the bottom of the barrel.

This doesn't mean that HFP is going to fold up. No Way. A series of fund-raisers has been planned for the end of the year to provide many ways for our supporters to keep us going. But it's a wakeup call for our Board of Directors. Prayers are important for our survival. But so are dollars.

If you live in this area, we'd love to see you at our two music programs coming up. A sacred concert Sunday night the 16th at the Ferrysburg Community Church, featuring two outstanding groups, HIS MEN and JUBAL BRASS. And next month, on the 9th, we have a fun evening of the best piano jazz in the midwest in the Harbourfront Grand Hall in downtown Grand Haven.

If you live farther away, but would like to be a part of this ministry, we welcome your donations. We are a 501c3 organization and your gifts are tax exempt.

And if you're flat broke, like HFP, you can still support us. Prayers are such an important part of this week. We need them daily. We covet them.

Thank you for being there for us. We're here for prisoners.

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