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ReUse It Center Announces January Donations


McPHERSON, Kan. — To start off the year, the ReUse It Center, located at 120 S US Highway 81 Byp in McPherson donated a total of $4,500 in January. The ReUse It Center shared that it wouldn’t be able to do these donations without the support of its volunteers and shoppers.

The organizations donated to include the Omega Project, Associated Churches of Moundridge and STEPMC.

Jeremy (left) from the Omega Project and (right) Curt Deneke from the ReUse It Center. (Photo Credit: The ReUse It Center)

The Omega Project is a multi-faceted, faith-based recovery program that emphasizes heart level changes of men and women. They offer lifestyle change to those whose probable future would have been jail or homelessness. They also provide a place to live, teach and train in lifestyle transformation, work opportunities, and help make connections with others who have overcome the addictive lifestyle. 

Shulah Neff (left) the Store Manager of the ReUse It Center and Rick Krehbiel (right) from the Associated Churches of Moundridge. (Photo Credit: The ReUse It Center)

Associated Ministries of Moundridge is dedicated to providing for voluntary cooperation in Christian outreach, community action and fellowship among the Christian churches and individuals of Moundridge. These ministries include Angel’s Attic, Cradle to Crayons, Moundridge Food Pantry, Moundridge Senior Center, Helping Hands of Moundridge, and more. 

Austin Regier (left) accepting the donation on behalf of STEPMC and Danny Glidewell (right) from the ReUse It Center. (Photo Credit: The ReUse It Center)

Steps to End Poverty in McPherson County’s mission statement is to walk alongside people until they are out of poverty. STEPMC forms a community around those in poverty, foster connections, and creates pathways of opportunity and success to help people overcome poverty.