NOON DAY MINISTRY BRINGS FOOD AND DIGNITY TO HOMELESS
Albuquerque Ministry Makes a Real Difference!
Since 1982, over 500,000 meals have been served to
New Mexico's needy and homeless at Noon Day Ministry in
Albuquerque, New Mexico. Each Tuesday through Friday, Noon
Day opens its doors to those needing a good hot meal, a
shower, clean clothes, laundry facilities and other basic services
provided by caring Christian people who help give dignity to
the homeless. Noon Day's name is taken from Isaiah 58:10
"If you spend yourself on behalf of the hungry ... your night will
become like the Noon-Day."
Noon Day Ministry also provides transitional housing assistance
for selected families with children who have no home and few
belongings. Assistance may include help with rent, utilities,
donated furniture, appliances, transportation and counseling. It is
Noon Day's hope to eventually assist it clients graduate to a job
and a place to live.
Reverend Billy Graham is among those who have applauded
Noon Day's charitable work. President George Bush
commended Noon Day's outstanding record of community
service saying "Efforts such as yours are evident that the
values of duty, acceptance of personal responsibility,
commitment, and a respect for every individual ... remain firmly
embedded in the American character. I commend you for
making a difference in the life of your community."
Noon Day Ministry accepts no government assistance. You can
help support the fine efforts of the Noon Day volunteers by
sending a tax-deductible contribution to Noon Day Ministry,
PO Box 25451, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87125.
For more information, call Noon Day at (505) 247-3611.