JJM is opening a new Emergency Children’s Shelter to serve the children and teens of San Antonio, Texas and its surrounding communities. It will be called The Open Arms Emergency Children’s Shelter. The 150-bed Shelter is scheduled to open its doors Summer of 2016. The need for more emergency beds is desperately high and JJM is looking for “Adoption Partners” that will adopt this Shelter with a financial donation and/or volunteer to read to the children, teach, mentor or simply play with them.
Are you a business, church, non-profit organization or a community-minded individual that has a heart for children? We ask you to consider “adopting” this Shelter and the children and teens it will serve. Make a monthly financial donation of any amount and you will be building a LEGACY of Love and impacting children, teens and their families in tangible and life-changing ways. The rewards you will receive will be extraordinary.
Churches, please consider adopting this new Shelter as part of your Home Missions.
“I have had the pleasure of working with JJM for the last two years and have been blessed with meeting many wonderful children and appreciating Christmas for what it is ,GIVING. I hope to be able to do this for many more years and I am willing to contribute more time, talent, and treasure.”
– Gary Wolff
“Having the opportunity to be apart of the Shoebox Christmas with J-Jireh Ministries became far more than an experience, it was a life changing endeavor. My boys joined me in gathering items through the year, along with a multitude of boxes. It wasn’t until we had the opportunity to deliver these to precious children of God did we realize how our lives would change. I had one child cling to me and not let me go. It was heart wrenching and such a wonderful joy to give back such a simple gift of love.”
Contact Lili Kristan, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org to become an “Adoption Partner” or donate through our “donate by TEXT” phone number at 210.529.7679. Thank you and may God bless you richly.
“I am a Father to the fatherless….” Psalm 68:5