Inasmuch as you did it for the least of these, you did it for me.



Eagle Scout Service Project

Eagle Scout.Before  Before      &        After! Eagle Scout.After          

What a blessing we received when Scout Scott Coleman selected Operation Inasmuch as his Eagle Scout Service Project!  In early February he made a site visit to select the perfect place to make a beautiful improvement to our  ministry headquarters.
Sue Byrd named several areas needing a special touch, highlighting the rehabilitation of the classroom entrance.  Each weekday hundreds of homeless people gather here before enjoying  a hot, nourishing home-cooked breakfast followed by training and other programs.  Together they came up with a plan to pour a concrete walkway and fence the adjacent grassy area. 
The end result is a welcoming entrance to the classroom wing of our ministry center!

    Eagle Scout Service Project Eagle Scout. Workers Scott’s Eagle Scout Project was completed with the help of his dad William Coleman and his twin brother Sean as well as the crew: (l-r) Nathanial Patrick, Scott Coleman, Kieran Mauro, Sean Coleman, Leonardo Reyes, David Li, and Patrick Downing.  Not pictured: Joe Rogers Jr., Suzhou Li, Michael Whatley, and Chance Plummer.

 In addition to the 128 hours spent on the project, the $1,000 budget was collected through Scott’s fundraising efforts from friends and family. Scott is a member of troop 709 with 29 active scouts.  Now that the project is completed, he will submit a final report, appear before a board of review and complete his application for Eagle Scout.

Lawday 2015


And The Ruling Is

...Great Job!

On Thursday April 30, members of the
Cumberland County Bar Association, including the
Ft. Bragg JAG office
set aside this day to volunteer their time.
These lawyers as well as retired
Judge Beth Keever painted our lobby and dining room and spruced up the Inasmuch campus.  On weekday mornings hundreds gather in this room and become a community of people sharing a meal during challenging times.  This fresh coat of paint helps to make our dining room a warm welcoming place and we want to say Thank You All So Much!!

jag day 2015


Women Of Steel

Inasmuch was selected by The NC Women of Steel to receive dozens of purses
collected by these USW Members. The handbags were stuffed with hygiene necessities,
toiletries & treats for the women in our Inasmuch Family.  Thank you ladies for your
donation of items that will put a smile on the face of a homeless or struggling women! 

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We are very grateful to have been granted $4,000 towards the cost of our beautiful new Epoxy Floors! 

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