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Donation Meets Physical & Emotional Needs
Lindsay DeBien
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Donation Meets Physical & Emotional Needs

The national face mask and hand sanitizer shortage affects everyone from the mother walking the aisles of the grocery store to Chapel Pointe waiting on back-ordered supplies of personal protective equipment. That’s part of what makes The Chinese Churches Association of The Christian and Missionary Alliance donation last week so remarkable.

On Tuesday, Pastor Duc Hong (pictured on the left) gave Kent Peachy, executive director, (pictured on the right) six boxes of disposable face masks and five large bottles of hand sanitizer. The 300 masks will provide protection for Chapel Pointe’s front line employees and residents.

“The donation of personal protective equipment from the Chinese Churches Association is a tremendous blessing to Chapel Pointe. The gift meets a very practical need, but the emotional support and spiritual blessing we gained from Pastor Hong’s generosity is impossible to measure,” said Peachy. “We’re grateful to be a part of The Christian and Missionary Alliance family.”

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