We support the work of various organizations that help our community and beyond!
- Community Cares
- Pregnancy Center of Gadsden County
- Gadsden County Humane Society
- Havana Magnet School
- In the Carpenter’s Footsteps
- Havana Main Street
- Operation Christmas Child
118 3rd Street SW; Havana or find them on FaceBook
Community Cares says, “Our ministry consists of the Ron Scherdin Food Share Program and the Family to Family Thrift Store. We provide assistance to area families in need.”
The peanut butter we collect each month is given to needy people by Community Cares. We donated about 550 jars in 2021. Our goal for 2022 is 600 — please pick some up as you shop! top
Thornwell provides services in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. Find out more about them at Thornwell.org.
Thornwell’s many programs help children, including children in foster care, and families.
Through a Thornwell representative in Quincy, we found the family that we “adopted” for Christmas 2021. Our Jeffus-Dolan Circle of Presbyterian Women supports Thornwell with a monetary donation each year. top
Gadsden County Humane Society
P.O. Box 1268; Havana, FL 32333 or find them on FaceBook
GCHS says,” Join us as we work to improve the lives of homeless animals in Gadsden County!”
We provide a location and water for GCHS to have dog-wash fundraisers on the first Saturday of each month from March through October. top
In the Carpenter’s Footsteps
2011 Saralee Lane; Tallahassee, FL 32312, or find them online
Provides services for churches and communities who need construction projects built or repaired.
Over the years, members of our congregation have participated in building activities and more at several sites in Costa Rica. We also collect items for our missionaries to share with the people they meet there. top
Havana Main Street
Find their phone number and more at HavanaMainStreet.com
An organization that collaborates “with Town and County Government, Businesses, and the State to invigorate and preserve Havana’s Main Street.”
In line with the strong connection to our community, we frequently participate in events organized by Havana Main Street, such as the PumpkinFest and the lawn mower parade in WinterFest. We appreciate these opportunities to share God’s love! top
Operation Christmas Child shoebox project with Samaritan’s Purse
Find details online
Samaritan’s Purse says, “The Amazing Journey of a Shoebox Gift Begins with You and Results in Evangelism, Discipleship, and Multiplication.”
We’ve been filling shoeboxes for this effort for more Novembers than we can remember! top