Making a positive impact is our passion. Some of the biggest joys in business and our personal lives is when we give back. Not just giving of our money, time and other resources, but seeing lives changed for the better. When an item or service is purchased through Jireh Communications, we are able to help other organizations who give back and make a positive difference to others. Thank You for helping us make a positive difference in peoples lives.
Organizations Jireh Communications primarily supports:
One of HELP’s mission’s is to feed homeless school children. Many homeless families cannot afford to provide their children with adequate meals. For many of these children, the only meals they obtain are through their school’s breakfast or lunch programs.
Homeless Engagement Lift Partnership is intervening to fill these hunger gaps with daily afternoon nutritional snack bags (HelpSnackz). They work with the school districts’ Homeless Liaison to identify which schools, and how many of these students need our support.
Every day youth in society are exposed to unhealthy and unstable futures. OCJ Kids’ mission is to equip foster and at-risk children and youth by providing them tools, resources, and positive role models to succeed and excel in every area of life.
Southwest Veterans Foundation
Southwest Veterans Foundation is the charitable arm of Southwest Veterans Chamber of Commerce and was established to further support Veterans and Veteran-oriented non-profit organizations. The foundation provides scholarships to higher education for Veterans and dependents of Veterans disabled or killed in action; and granting funds to local non-profit organizations assisting veterans with a variety of social service needs.
Possibility Place Christian Mission (PPCM)
A faith base organization that is making a difference in the lives of people in Africa. PPCM has provided assistance to dig a water well that now supplies their local community, providing food to malnourished babies, children and their mothers, and have provided wheel chairs to a number of disabled children and adults.