Empowering communities through equal access to educational tools for children, health initiatives, and enhanced economic opportunities through small business support and career training, all designed to eradicate poverty and improve quality of life.
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FreshMinistries could not do everything that it does without the generosity of people like you. As a 501(c)3 outreach organization, we make the most of your donations by empowering communities and individuals to realize their full potential. We appreciate your support!
How We help through Our Programs
In all we do, we are driven by the Sustainable Development Goals, adopted
by the United Nations as a framework to end poverty in our time.
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Recent Blog Posts
May 11, 2022
For decades, there have been thousands of initiatives in place to help improve hunger and food scarcity both locally and abroad. Obstacles such as climate change, the pandemic, widening socioeconomic gaps, and more, mean charities that feed the hungry are under more pressure while operating with fewer resources. That’s why […]
May 9, 2022
Donating to charities is a great way to improve yourself and your communities. Giving back improves your own sense of gratitude and thankfulness, which improves mental health. However, you should not just donate to any charity without first doing some research. Let’s look at some positive attributes of well-run charity […]
March 31, 2022
We all need a helping hand sometimes, even though that is hard for most people to admit. However, life gets hard – especially in Jacksonville. Here in our city more than 130,000 individuals (46,000 of whom are children) live in poverty. This rate is higher than the American median (source). […]