Vickie Shields says she works volunteering into her schedule each week by spending two hours working a lunch shift for the ministry.
Since the end of May, the organization has been tracking its in-house services such as classes and meals through identification cards that clients swipe like a credit card.
The new location is built to be a retail space – unlike the Dover store, which proved to be challenging for the ministry.
Brandy Meyer and her family give to LifePath as a way to make a difference in the community.
Linda Mosser moved to Montana six years ago but continues to support the ministry.
By running one of LifePath’s thrift stores, Georgie Stephens can help serve her community.