HCFB Makes Contribution to Local Nonprofit Christ Hands - Kentucky Farm Bureau

HCFB Supports Makes Contribution to Local Nonprofit Christ Hands

On March 31, Harlan County Farm Bureau donated $300 to Christ Hands whose mission is to share knowledge of Jesus Christ through service to the residents of the surrounding community. Christ Hands serves hot meals to the homeless, has a homeless shelter, and is a conduit providing food to dozens of area food pantries. They partner with many organizations in Harlan and surrounding counties to effectively share the gospel of Jesus Christ. Pictured above: Director of Christ Hands Bryan Toll receives a check from Harlan County Farm Bureau Director Dustin Miniard.  

 

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