Who Are Our Major Donors?
Thank you for making a donation to Lifting Lives Ministries, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your support, of any amount, as an individual, business, or church, enables the Lifting Lives Family Shelter to help homeless families.
Donors are hard working individuals who sacrifice to give $10, $100, $1000, and more! Some give annually, others monthly. Please partner with us.
Methods To Make ADonation
Electronic/Online Monetary Donation:
Monetary Donation By Mail:
Make checks payable to Lifting Lives Ministries, Inc.
Lifting Lives Ministries, Inc.
P.O Box 820538
Vicksburg, MS 39182
Kroger Community Rewards:
Kroger shoppers can become part of Community Rewards at krogercommunityrewards.com and enter the Lifting Lives Ministries NPO number GU421
Use "Amazon Smile" when ordering from Amazon and they will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases. Visit smile.amazon.com
Employers will often match employee donations made to nonprofit organizations. Please check with your employer and make a donation.
Lifting Lives Ministries deeply appreciates community willingness to donate hygiene, cleaning supplies, food, clothing, house goods, furniture, and other items from your work, church, or home. If you would like to donate, please contact us.
First Responders were the first donors to embrace plans for the Family Shelter and donate at least $2,200 to renovate the facility through the Renovate-A-Room program. Individuals include Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Armstrong, Mrs. Martha Ann May Klaus, a family who donates in honor of Mrs. Mary Ann Truitt and Viola Jackson, and anonymous donors. Vicksburg churches include the Bypass Church of Christ, Elevate Church, Pleasant Valley MB Church, 1st Baptist Church, 1st Presbyterian Church, St. Albans Episcopal Church, and Crossway Church. Businesses include Central Asphalt Company, Inc., Fordice Construction Company, Inc., Ergon, Inc., Rowdy's Family Restaurant, Hometown Medical, LLC., and Keyes Recycling Center, Inc. We also recognize the determination of Mrs. Candace Logue’s W.C.I 5th grade and Mrs. Helen Ashley’s Sherman Ave. 2nd and 3rd grade G.A.T.E.S students. Homeless Families will be forever changed because these individuals, churches, and businesses dared to respond first. We also thank Scott and Karen Lewis who generously donated $35,000 and traveled from another state to work on several rooms.
Vicksburg's Original Supporting Churches
Churches of Christ: 61 N. Bypass
Baptist: 1st Baptist, Highland Baptist, Wayside Baptist
Episcopalian: St. Albans (Bovina)
Methodist: Crawford Street UMC, Hawkins UMC
Presbyterian: 1st Presbyterian
Misc. Churches: Elevate Church, Crossway Church