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Kevin Fish: “We are officially out of meat, milk, and bread…”

Image:  Twentynine Palms Photographer: Ukn. Courtesy of Google Images.

Image: Twentynine Palms, CA
Photographer: Ukn. Courtesy of Google Images.

By Branson Hunter ♦ Twentynine Palms – Twentynine Palms is blessed to be the home of former Army Ranger Kevin Fish.  Kevin is involved and committed to providing the necessities to the homeless in 29 Palms. Much of Kevin’s Mother-Teresa’s style of helping the homeless is providing food, blankets, and health aids for homeless and homeless veterans in our area. Kevin has sent out an S.O.S. to the community at large. He states on the Sword of the Lord Ministries face page, as follows:

“”We are officially out of meat, milk, and bread…” I have tried calling the community action partnership and the local food banks either no answer or call backs or the number I have is wrong. We are asking for prayers and help. Thank you and God bless.” — Kevin Fish.

If you can help with a donation, goto the church’s GoFundMe website, Keven is committed to helping homeless and homeless veterans through two organizations: Vets Cruzin for a Cause and Sword of the Lord Ministries, a nondenominational church near Twentynine Palms. “This is the only immediate resource for the homeless in the HI-Desert.” << Link. Both organizations are non-profit charitable corporations.

Visit Change for Veterans’ unique retail thrift center in Twentynine palms located 5758 Adobe Rd., Suite B Twentynne Palms, CA 92277 (top of the hill,  west-side). Pull in the drive way. There is ample parking. Go in and introduce yourself to Kevin. You may be surprised at some of the unique treasures waiting to be your treasure trove.

FacePage: Sword of the Lord Ministries:  We are trying to raise funds to maintain Food, Blankets, and health aids for homeless and homeless veterans in our local area. we have the only immediate resource in the Hi-Desert and everything has been done from our personal finances to make everything happen. We are praying that someone there will help us maintain this mission. We are a Non-Denominational Church called Sword of the Lord Ministries and yes we have a 501c3. Whatever you feel on your heart to donate will so appreciated. We provide 3 meals a day, showers, beds, and many other resources to help obtain permanent resources to become a productive member of society. Please help us end homelessness.

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One Response to Kevin Fish: “We are officially out of meat, milk, and bread…”

  1. Branson Hunter

    Branson Hunter

    September 1, 2014 at 12:41 pm

    Meanwhile, five council members continue to give preferential treatment to at least three local organizations, three groups of interwoven insider friends.

    The rest of the community’s nonprofit organizations be damn. The city needs focus and sanity. Vote wisely. The tragic and senseless bond debt, alleged serial meetings, poo-pooing public safey, reckless spending, arches over the city and outright buffoonary can’t continue if voters care for the city.

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