Tommie Thompson recently made a substantial contribution to Mission of Love Charities, Inc. in Capitol Heights, Md. during his “Walk the Talk” donation drive.
Thompson, president of Bazilio Cobb Associates (BCA), along with several community members, collected an assortment of household and non-perishable food items during a three-day period in mid-December 2017. The donation filled a tractor-trailer and was delivered to Mission of Love Charities, Inc. for distribution to qualifying residents in Prince George’s County, MD and the DMV. “The season has passed but the need continues,” Thompson said.
The donated items consisted of beds, sofas, dinette sets, microwaves, kitchenware, clothing for men, women and children, linens, toys, diapers, evaporated milk, and other non-perishable food items.
Mission of Love Charities, Inc. is a nonprofit human services organization whose mission is to empower, educate and advocate for low-income individuals and families in order to diminish poverty in the community. The organization provides:
- Basic needs and homeless services;
- Utility, rental, and security deposit assistance;
- A food pantry;
- Urban Garden Initiative; and
- Workforce Development/Employability Skills program.
“I would like to thank my friends Debbie Garcia, chief executive officer of Deval LLC; John Robles; Caleb McCartney; Rev. Dr. Doug Edwards, MOLC founder; Rev. Dr. Diane Johnson; Rev. Dr. Anthony Macklin; Ana Paola Bueno, MOLC executive director; Denise Robinson, MOLC manager; my mother, Celia Thompson, BCA CEO Ralph Bazilio and all of the Saints who worked together with me to demonstrate that ‘Faith Without Works is Dead’,” Thompson said.
For more information about Mission of Love Charities, Inc., visit www.molcinc.org.