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Name of the Organization
Compassion Corps Inc
Contact Person
Eric Neubauer
Contact phone
203-747-6633
E-mail
eric@compassioncorpsonline.com
Website
http://www.compassioncorpsonline.com
Interest
Food Assistance, Housing Assistance, Advocacy
Description Interest
Our story is simple – Compassion Corps is a non-profit organization dedicated to reaching people who are impoverished, destitute, or otherwise in need because of injustice(s) in our world.

Our inspiration can be found in the book of Proverbs 31: 8-9. It says, “Open your mouth, judge righteously, defend the rights of the poor and needy.” (ESV) We fulfill our mission through our deep, personal commitment to Christ, our selfless service to those in need, and through the development of:

Compassion House
Fairhaven Food Pantry
Urban Restoration Projects
Outreach to the Homeless and Prostitutes

Compassion Corps’ vision is a call to a co-operative effort. We seek to work hand-in-hand with individuals, churches, and other like-minded organizations to fully fund and complete the work outlined above.

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At 6:41am on December 10, 2009, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Welcome to GNH Community! Glad to have you here.
At 4:33pm on December 9, 2009, Ken Janke said…
Welcome Eric great you made it here. Cant wait to see what we can do together.

Ken
 
 
 

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