“The teens teach me more than I even imagined that I would learn from them.” – Allie Black, Factory Youth Center Volunteer Allie began volunteering at the Factory Youth Center because a friend recommended she get involved. She was looking for a place to connect with kids and has enjoyed getting to know students at Open Door Nights. Open door nights at Factory Youth Center are a fun, upbeat, and safe place for students to hang out and connect with one another. Students will explore the six major resources; physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, financial, and relational, alongside dedicated staff and volunteers. Dinner is provided each week! Any student in 7th-12th grade is welcome to join! Register at http://ww.tinyurl.com/FactoryRegistration #FactoryFaces #ExtraGive #igiveextra — The Factory Ministries exists to empower others to strengthen their community. The Factory Ministries is a hub for connecting needs and resources for individuals and adults who find themselves under-resourced and struggling with issues of poverty. The Factory Ministries is participating in Extraordinary Give on November 16th! Throughout the month of November, we will be sharing stories of participants, volunteers, staff, and community members who have been impacted by the various resources offered through The Factory Ministries. For details on how you can be involved, visit https://tinyurl.com/factory-give

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