Appalachian Dream Center

By , October 30, 2009

Appalachian Dream Center

A 40,000 sq. ft. building located in Holden, WV donated by A. T. Massey Coal Company in November, 2000, this facility will serve as the center of Operation Compassion’s outreach to the people Appalachia.

Operation Compassion
Appalachian Distribution Center

In the last three years, Operation Compassion has shipped 24 semi trucks of food and clothing to needy people in West Virginia. The new facility will hold 10 semis of food and clothing, allowing us to supply dozens of other nonprofit agencies. The basement of the Dream Center is large enough to hold 10 semis
of food as well as a freezer that will accommodate
40,000 pounds of frozen food.

Volunteers from YouthWorks load boxes of ready-to-eat meals on a pallet at Appalachian Dream Center, a flood relief distribution site at Holden. The Charleston Gazette (Photo by Rick Steelhammer )

Regional Food Pantry

Food boxes are distributed weekly to families in need.

Medical Clinic

Located on the first floor of the Appalachian Dream Center, will be a fully functional free medical clinic. Medical and pharmaceutical assistance will be provided monthly to individuals in need.

Information

David Lorency – President, Operation Compassion
Rev. Michael Hartwell – Coordinator, Appalachian Dream Center

Address:

Appalachian Dream Center
P.O. Box 758
Holden, WV 25625
Phone: (304)752-4605
Fax: (866) 524-0408
E-mail: dreamcenters@aol.com

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