Each fall FCC spends an entire afternoon trying to meet the needs of as many people as we can in our community. We will have sign-ups leading up to our Go Love Kokomo service day. Be on the look out on our Events page for more information as fall nears.
Below is a list of our previous projects:
Beautify 26: Wouldn’t it be nice to remind those driving through Howard County that our community is loved? This project involved roadside trash pick-up on highway 26, stretching from 31 to 931.
Cookie Delivery: The firefighters and policemen throughout our community do a whole lot to keep us safe! This project included packing cookies and delivering them to the local fire and police stations.
Fleece Scarf Outreach: Many in our community will be cold this winter. We wanted to provide some relief from that this year. This project assembled no-sew fleece scarves and delivered them to parks and bus stops throughout Kokomo.
Kokomo Rescue MIssion Outreach: Kokomo Rescue Mission is an organization that helps with the homeless, hungry, and hurting right here in our community. This project helped clean up damage from the tornadoes that came through Howard County.
Neighborhood Outreach: Many people in our community don’t know Jesus. This project included stuffing door hanger bags with hot chocolate packets. Then we delivered them to surrounding neighborhoods and show God’s love.
Nursing Home Outreach: Numerous people in our community are living in nursing homes and are unable to get out and about. This project included going to nursing homes and talking with them, taking them a card/little gift, playing games, etc.
Oil Changes for Single Parents: Burnett’s Service Center donated garage bays to allow us to perform oil changes. This project is geared toward changing oil for single parents in the Kokomo area. Between Go Love Kokomo and Burnett’s, we have provided up to 50 free oil changes.
Open Arms VBS: Open Arms is a women and children’s shelter in partnership with the Kokomo Rescue Mission. We went in and ran a mini VBS for the children living at the shelter.
Partnering with Advantage Housing: Advantage Housing is a non-profit organization that provides property management for disadvantaged individuals. We helped with some fall clean up at several of their locations.
Partnering with Kokomo Urban Outreach: Kokomo Urban Outreach is a non-profit organization that offers hope, strengthen families, and connects communities. Four of their buildings were damaged by the recent tornadoes.
Partnering with Taylor Schools: Our schools are a vital part in our community. Taylor is one of the schools closest to our church. We have partnered with them to do some upkeep projects within the school, playground, etc.