Monday, September 11, 2017

Shared Experience

We are in relationship with one another, we help and take care of each other, fellowship and have lots of fun together. Most importantly, we are in ministry together collectively, realizing that in order to fulfill our mission, we must be a Body of participants and not simply spectators. We are a 100% volunteer organization. All donations go directly to assisting the hungry and poor in our local community.  However, we assist the hungry and homeless year round across Brunswick County, New Hanover, and Horry, SC.   

This year we have been busier than ever!   From March 1, 2017 - present we have already provided over 500 Emergency Overnight Stays via of motels, churches and campers.   Many of our guest were able to stay over 30-60 days due to utilizing campers. 

During 2016.....Streetreach provided 136 individuals with 362 Emergency Overnight stays
                      14 Families Rental Assist., 17 Families utilities Assist.

Friday, March 3, 2017

As I look back at the last 12 months, I’m amazed at the incredible things the Lord has done and full of holy expectation for what HE will do in 2017.

During this last year, we were able to reach many more people than in years past, due to having a satellite office located in the Shallotte area  – and by God’s grace, the people we reach / reached are being powerfully impacted through the love of God's people. What an amazing day to be alive in the service of the King!

This year we will continue to seek direction and guidance on how to improve our programs, meet more needs and seek new ways to unite the body of Christ.  

Assisting with housing / job searches
Our greatest need for the upcoming year is of course a new ministry van (ours is 11 years old) and  a New Resource Center for the homeless & newly released. A place where we can assist with housing and job seeking.   We will continue to keep this in much prayer and so desire yours.  

We are humbly grateful for our partners, and for the work God is doing in the lives of countless individuals.  As we look to the exciting future of this ministry, we are dependent on your participation so that more lives may be restored in 2017.    

Monday, December 5, 2016

We strive to excel in the provision of emergency food, clothing, shelter,  for the poor and addicted.

Low-income families are given access to the resources they desperately need through this vital program including emergency food boxes, clothing, hygiene products, referral assistance, community-based events, warm coats, back-to-school supplies, mentoring, Bible studies and life skills training. With the help of donors and volunteers we have expanded our services to assist the poor in Brunswick County, New Hanover and Horry County, SC.  This is due to many of the surrounding shelters house our residents.  Therefore we feel the need to assist them!    

Monday, February 8, 2016

  Did You Know?
Streetreach is a place of refuge, a place of impact, intercession, instruction and inspiration for those in an emergency situation. We are a 100% volunteer run organization that joins hands with individuals, churches, and businesses to help alleviate pain and suffering in our neighborhood. We minister to those often over looked and looked down upon. All that we do, we do in the love of the Lord, following His mandate to care for the poor and offer a cup of water in His name.

Remember to make a difference in someone's life you don't have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful or perfect.  You just have to CARE! 

Monday, September 1, 2014

…For I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; I was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me; I was in prison and you came to Me.’
Matthew 25:35-36 

Direct assistance. Research. Mobilizing resources. Advocacy. Sharing the Gospel.

These are the tools that BCSTR is using to create lasting change. 

Remember that 100% of your donation will go to help those in need, due to we have NO paid staff. 
BCSTR presents the Gospel to those who are homeless, indigent, or in critical need; to lead them to a saving faith in Jesus Christ; to instill hope and motivation for improving their lives; and to assist them in obtaining the resources necessary to become productive citizens and achieve lasting life recovery from homelessness.