The OSC Charitable foundation is heavily involved with None Like You/We Care outreach. Who is the Saint in the Streets of Buffalo?

While some folks are camped out on social media complaining about the state of the world, Mrs. Triggs is continually helping folks change their world.
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She’s a master collaborator and organizer who prays before she does anything. Yes, this saint of a woman puts God first, other people second and herself third.
Servant-hood in the neighborhood could well be her life motto, Truth be told, this lady has no time to dwell on a  life motto, she’s too busy! People with physical or emotional needs can count on Mrs. Triggs to be a friend in time of need.

If you’re able, she can always use new recruits in her army of volunteers. You can also chip in a couple of bucks to help her with expenses. She doesn’t take a salary and uses her own home as a staging venue for community changing events. Mrs. Triggs always needs more help. The Buffalo community is growing in needs, please help this saint-like lady. She may never get the title of saint, but she’s too busy for titles anyway. One thing we know for sure, in God’s eyes, this lady is destined for sainthood through servanthood in the neighborhood!

You can send a check to: None Like You/We Care 595 Sycamore St, Buffalo, NY 14212-1054
To volunteer or learn how to help the community, please call Mrs. Triggs: 716-533-9753

If you’d like to donate now online, please use our secure PayPal button below and YWAP will forward 100% of your generosity to Mrs. Triggs.

Thanks for your time. Go do something nice for somebody. Jesus loves you and so do we.

Article source: www.youthwithapurpose.org/ywap-news/who-is-this-saint-in-the-streets-of-buffalo

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