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St. Teresa Ministries Donates over $190,000 to local nonprofits



St. Teresa Ministries is newly formed nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those in need in our community. The St. Teresa Thrift Store (formerly St. Vincent DePaul Thrift Store) funds our giving; making it possible for us to reach out to those in need and to help other organizations who also serve the Bowling Green community.

St. Teresa Ministries and the St. Teresa Thrift Store is led by a volunteer Board of Director. The St. Teresa Thrift Store operates with paid employees as well as dedicated volunteers. St. Teresa Ministries is helping those in need in our community!

SVDP St. Joseph and Holy Spirit Food Pantries - St. Teresa Ministries will donate over $79,000 to these food pantries which fed over 15,245 people in Warren County this year. We are curbing hunger for families in need, giving them the gift of independence and food security each month.

The Housing Authority of Bowling Green - We donated $10,000 to the Housing Authority after the devastating December tornado to provide all the household necessities to help TEN families in need of temporary housing after they lost their homes.

Habitat for Humanity’s “BG Strong Build” home building project - Our donation of $80,000 will give one family, affected by the tornado, a new home and hope for the future. “Our community thrives when we come together for good.”

The Family Enrichment Center Wee Care Child Care Program - Our donation of $20,000 will help provide emergency childcare and subsidize childcare expenses for families working to improve their current situation.

Sister Sheila Duncan Sewing Ministry - Sister Sheila empowers young women through her sewing ministry. Our $1500 donation was used to purchase sewing machines, material, and notions.

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