The intent of this group is to impact people's lives that are in need right here in our community! We are always looking for new faces who have a desire to reach out and help impact our community. Contact Jackie Delaney or Becky Saunders for more information on a project or if you would like to join us!
Upcoming events to watch for:
Adopt- A -classroom at Royalview Elementary School
Adopt a Police Officer
End 68 Hours Food Drive for Thanksgiving
Angle Tree Project in December
End 68 Hours of Hunger
The Mission Team would like to thank everyone who donated food to the End 68 Hours Collection. End 68 Hours of Hunger collects food and donates it to students who may not be getting adequate meals on the weekend.
68 hours refers to the time between the last school lunch served on Friday and the first breakfast served on Monday morning. They are currently serving 203 students in our local Willoughby-Eastlake, Mentor and Painesville districts, including 20 students here at Royalview.
152 cans of tuna
132 cans/cups of fruit
assorted other boxes of cereal, soup, peanut butter and boxes of Macaroni and Cheese
Care Packages to Troops
A huge THANK YOU to everyone who donated to our collection for care packages. We were able to send 11 boxes packed with Gatorade, granola bars, trail mix, sports magazines, and baby wipes to troops currently stationed in Afghanistan!
Several of our youth will be partnering with youth from Hope Ridge United Methodist for a week long mission trip in Tennessee. The Jubilee Project focuses on combining home repair and water projects to provide complete indoor plumbing and toilet facilities.
Past Missions Projects:
OCTOBER "Socktober" Throughout the month of October, we collected new socks (men, women, boys, & girls) to donate to Project Hope, a homeless shelter, and Hope Chest, a children's shelter, both locally located in Painesville.
NOVEMBER We baked and decorated cookies together! Cookies were delivered to the Police and Firemen in Willowick and
Eastlake to those serving Thanksgiving Day.
DECEMBER We sponsored our local Salvation Army chapter to provide Christmas gifts for 30 children through the Angel Tree Project