Mission Norman remains in need of donations
Mission Norman, a nonprofit agency dedicated to meeting the needs of low-income families and the homeless, still needs donations despite a recent fundraiser that netted about $8,600.
During the school year, she said, families count on school lunches to help with feeding their children.
Barnes said the organization welcomes monetary donations, which can be used to buy food from the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.
The agency also accepts donations of food and household goods.
Mission Norman's goal is to minister to low-
“We try to do for the community what Jesus would want us to do,” Gene Barnes said. “Jesus would not want anyone to go hungry, and neither do we.”
How to help
Food or other donations can be taken to Mission Norman in person from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Monetary donations may be made in person, by mail or online at www.
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