Community Unity support appreciated and needed


By Jim Moorehouse



Editor:

Community Unity, located at 433 E. Water Street in Greenville inside the Grace Resurrection Community Center, is greatly appreciative of all the financial support they receive. The organization, which has been in existence for nearly 25 years, assists the needy in Darke County with financial needs including utilities, rent, medical needs and emergency transportation.

Whether the support is due to the “Have A Heart… Do Your Part” special fundraising effort earlier in the year or through those who give on a regular basis, each contribution, regardless of the size, makes an impact in helping those in our community who are struggling financially.

Among the many churches, businesses and organizations that have assisted Community Unity in the first several months of 2015 are: First Assembly of God, Darke County United Way, Greenville Church of the Brethren, Darke Rural Electric, Vincent DePaul/St. Mary’s Church, St. Paul Lutheran Church, First Church of the Nazarene, Cedar Grove Church, Oakland Church of the Brethren, First United Methodist Church, the Harry D. Stephens Memorial Trust Fund, East Main Church of Christ, Members Choice Credit Union, St. Paul’s Episcopal, The Andersons, The Elks Lodge, St. John Lutheran and the Greenville Rotary Club.

Despite Community Unity’s many generous financial supporters, the number of their clients needing help remains high so that their expenses, especially during the summer months, are higher than their income. Any assistance is greatly appreciated so that they can continue to help those in need.

Donations may be sent to Community Unity, P.O. Box 1064, Greenville, Ohio 45331. For more information or to arrange a presentation about the organization, Jim Morehouse may be contacted at 937-547-1557.

Jim Moorehouse

Greenville

By Jim Moorehouse