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Need A Break Services is devoted to helping people succeed. We help community members by being a stepping-stone to becoming their best.
Need-A-Break Services strives to help community members who are in need by providing one-time gifts such as car repair, home repair, furniture and other gifts to help them through a rough time.
Need-A-Break Services started when a local businessman had the desire to do something more with his time and resources and find a way to give back to his community. Motivated by the parable of the Good Samaritan, he founded what is today Need-A-Break Services as a way of intentionally helping out people with unmet needs within the community. In the parable of the Good Samaritan, a man shows himself as a true neighbor and servant by giving his time, resources and heart to another man whose health and welfare are lost. Need-A-Break Services is motivated by the same heart. We seek to be a servant to those in our community, our neighbors, who we see in need. As we continue to grow, we continue to see how there are many people in our community who are in need of a break when they hit a rough spot.
Need-A-Break is a faith-based organization that actively works with individuals in an effort to help them bridge a short-term financial gap or fulfill a need that they cannot handle on their own. We are also a resource and listener to the person that needs a break, and we try to put them in touch with the right resource for their particular need if we are not able to help them ourselves. We will provide help with gifts for a variety of reasons and needs, and can help with providing funds for repairs for seniors, single moms, or others who simply need a break. http://www.needabreak.org/about_us.html
We seek to provide help through gifts for a variety of reasons and needs, and can help with providing funds for repairs for seniors, single moms, or others in the community who simply need a break.
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