Third Phase Women’s Shelter and Food Pantry Needs Your Help!!
Because of rising gas prices and the economy, demand for food at our pantry has doubled since January. Last year, Third Phase served over 15,000 needy families in Hamilton County. This year, we could reach 25,000.
Third Phase also operates a long term rehabilitation program for women who are victims of abuse or neglect and a short term emergency shelter for needy men or women. Over 5000 women have graduated from the program and 80% of them are now living productive lives.
Third Phase was the recipient of Oprah’s Big Give seed money in the spring of 2008 and Hamilton County joined together to raise a donation barn and store for the ministry. The barn, valued at $120,000, was completed by the end of 2008. We have raised $80,000 of the cost of the new building, but are still in need of $40,000.
Donations can be mailed to Third Phase, Inc. or you can donate online, right here via the web, using PayPal (secure credit card processing). Just click the Donate button below:
Third Phase is a 501(c)(3) charitable organizations, and Third Phase does not receive any government assistance.
Contributions to this work are made by individuals, businesses, churches, and those who use our facilities.
Dinners, luncheons, breakfasts, seminars, and retreats are hosted for groups to help them and our income as well.
Betty takes speaking engagements in churches all across the country. Betty also speaks at local schools, colleges, and universities in drug-related talks. Men's civic groups and women's groups of all kinds are included in her speaking engagements.
Around 80% of our food comes from Gleaners Food Bank. Churches, clubs, and individuals gather many household items needed or may take a specific project to help with the needs of the center.
We recycle aluminum cans, glass, newspapers, and cardboard. All proceeds go to meet the needs of the center.
Everyone contributes according to their ability and severity of their problems. Each contribution is a vital part of this ministry.
As a charitable organization, we are always short of finances. We continue only by the help of those who think the work of the center is important.
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation, please call us at (317) 773-5100.