Works of Life
Ministries recognizes the needs of others, both great and small. It is the
recognition of any individuals ability to ease the burden of his fellow man and
the determination to do so that fuels Works of Life.
Works of Life Mission / Goals Works of Life links those
who need help with those who want to help.
We draw on the best minds and most generous hearts in our community through an
extensive system that brings together business, government, organizations and
committed, caring individuals - people just like you - with dynamic and
aggressive fundraising solutions to solve complex problems and bring about real
and lasting change.
This type of partnership has shown its worth in the past, solving problems,
filling service gaps and linking people and charitable causes in need with
agencies and individuals that can help.
Year-round, Works of Life mobilizes
hometown resources to meet our community's priority needs: including, but not
limited to the special needs of children, families, the elderly and victims of
abuse. The organization's success in fulfilling its mission proves beyond a
People Care....and They Share
Works of Life proactively helps to build a strong, healthy and caring community.
Works of Life brings together individuals and resources to meet human
Works of Life membership is ever growing. As an exercise of service
to others, a growing body of volunteers and affiliates who give freely of their
time and efforts that comprise much of our organization and allows Works of Life
to give more freely and more abundantly by fulfilling far more needs throughout
communities than would otherwise be possible.
- Efficient and aggressive fundraising solutions --
Securing funds to support human services using volunteer leadership and
- Responsible Fund Allocation --
Allocating funds to services and individuals based on an informed assessment of
needs and in the community.
- Community problem solving --
Providing leadership to and advocacy for community wide problem solving for both
organizations and individuals.
- Communication --
Maintaining year round communication to inform the community on needs and
|“Charity never humiliated him who
profited from it, nor ever bound him by the chains of gratitude,
since it was not to him but to God that the gift was made.” -
Antoine De Saint-Exupery