Compassion is our business.
We, the people of the Gastonia Street Ministry, are here to serve everyone with compassion. We serve the poor, the broken, the addicts, and each other.
What is compassion?
Compassion is the desire to alleviate someone else's suffering. Empathy is not required to feel compassion. You don't need to come from the same place or have suffered
a similiar tragedy to want to help someone else.
Tuna, chicken, salmon, corned beef, spam, hash, beef stew
Beans, peas, corn, carrots, mixed, beets, tomatoes
Peaches, apples, apple sauce, pears, cherries
Peanut Butter and Jelly, cooking oil
Box cereals, oatmeal, bars, cup size, oat bars
Ritz, saltines, small cheddar bite size, club crackers
Beans and Rice:
Regular and instanst rice, beans in the bag, box meals
Dish soap, paper towels
toilet paper, soap, shampoo
Small toys like dolls, cars, toys that do not take batteries
Childrens clothing of all sizes