Outreach Projects

APPLY FOR THANKSGIVING PACKAGE BELOW:
 
 
  2017 Thanks giving Outreach Recipient

DUE BY November 11, 2017

 

Name __________________________________________________________

 

Address ________________________________________________________

 

City ______________________State _________________Zip ____________

 

Phone Number ____________ Total Members in Family ________________

 

Gender___   Race ___ (Optional for toy/doll selections only) Marital Status____

 

Qualifier:  (please circle one) Welfare   ADC Family   Low-Income   Unemployed   Other__________

 

Name and Ages of Children  

 

Child                                        Age         Child                            Age

 

Parent/Guardian Signature ________               Date ______________

 

 Sponsoring Organization

 

One Sister To Another Outreach Ministry

PO Box 1524, Temple Hills, MD 20757

Contact:  OSTA Administration    Phone:  (301) 206-0540 Fax:  (301) 599-5590

 

OSTA Representative Verified and Approved:

 

 Date Approved   _____________   Representative __________________________________

 

Thanksgiving baskets will be given out on November 19, 2017 at Life Church, 6707 Woodyard Rd., Clinton, MD 20772 this year during the Concert @ 12 pm.  Please register on line to request an application for service to be rendered to you and your family.

Please return questionnaire no later than November 11, 2017.
 
 
 
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2017 Back To School Project

"Helping others who cannot help themselves"

 
THIS IS PART OF OUR ADOPTION PROJECT we want you to know that you are part of us until you are able to hold your own and/or JOIN US in HELPING ANOTHER SISTER make it BACK up...We fall down but With the Help of the Lord and Others God will pick us all back up...see LOGO...
 

 

•  On any given night, an estimated 842,000 people are homeless in the United States. Over the course of a year, 3.5 million people experience homelessness; 1.35 million of them are children (NCH, June 2006).


•  The average age of a homeless person in the United States is 9.


•  Families are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population, representing about 40% of all homeless people (NCH, June 2006).


•  Requests for emergency shelter by families increased in 63% of cities in 2005. US cities saw an average increase of 5% in shelter requests by families (US Conference of Mayors, 2005).


•  The study also found that 32% of the requests for shelter by homeless families were denied in 2005 due to a lack of resources.

 

To support this worthy cause and gain a sense of satisfaction in helping others, join us by contributing with our easy online donations at the link below:

 
All donations over $10 will receive a WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK bag, while quantities last.
 
 
CAREER DEVELOPMENT

JUNE 2017

 
2017 Career Development Project
 
 Where do you want to be one, three, five or ten years from now? Do you have an action plan to get there? What career options are there for you to get greater challenge, variety or personal satisfaction? How well do you leverage your strengths and networks to advance your career? Do you need help with networking, finding employment, career opportunities that works for you now.  If so come out and join us this month of career development and get in the driver seat of your career.
 
All Workshops for JUNE 2017 Career Development will be held at
Llife Church
Christian School Center

6707 Woodyard Road,

Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 

 
Learn the difference between a good resume and a bad resume.

 

Come join Cheryl L. Alston, Personal Devlopment Coach, for a fun, exciting workshop! 

 
Cheryl Alston
June 11, 2017
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
 

Cheryl offers an interactive seminar on how to present yourself professionally, for your potential employer.  Bring your resume, ink pens, positive attitude and you will not be disappointed!!  You will learn how to FOCUS....Find Organize Create Understand Self!

 Why should you write a resume?

        * To get an interview for a job or internship.
        * To prepare for the graduate school admissions process.
        * To be ready for networking opportunities.

What is the purpose of a resume?

        * To demonstrate that you are a viable candidate, based on your qualifications.
        * To present your professional image and establish your credibility in writing.
        * To provide an example of your written communication skills. 
   

 
 Believing for the Best Employment Situations & Work Expectation vs Reality
Workshop
June 18, 2017
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
 
 
Lavonne Jenkins
 

Come join

 Minister LaVonne Jenkins

 NCCA Licensed Faith Based Counselor  

 

Dress for Success!
WORKSHOP
 
June 25, 2017
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
   
 
 
Felicia Davis

 

Dress for Success...  You only get one chance to make a first impression.  Come join Felicia Davis, Poet, Author, Manager and Motivational speaker, for a fun, exciting workshop!

Why should you dress for success?  Dressing for success is the term most commonly referred to.  It's appropriately titled; if you want to get the part, you have to dress the part. 

You want a look that is professional, classy, yet shows off your personality. 

 
 
 
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Our 2017 Endeavors
One Sister to Another Outreach Ministries & Deliverance Church of Christ is coming to together to make a different and impact our communities on Decemeber 18, 2010, please help us make a difference by praying, giving, and volunteering this year.
 
We certainly believe that your contribution can help us to make a difference in the lives of less fortunate women within our community.  We believe that a partnership with like minded organizations will help us make a difference in the lives of needy women within our community.

 

OSTA is committed towards our mission in uplifting and empowering women and families in need.  We are    honor to continue our annual Holiday Outreach Program in 2010 and help single women and their children have a pleasant meal and a happy Christmas day.  

 
Please join us in making a difference in the lives of our single parents and putting a smile on a child's face!  Every dollar adds up and keeps the dream alive for others.
 
 
 
October 2010

One Sister to Another Outreach Ministries, Inc. Newsletter

In This Issue

Shelter Outreach Items Needed

Biblical Truth

Thanksgiving Baskets

 

Shelter Outreach  
Items needed


Toiletries:
Liquid Soap
Lotions
Toothbrushes
Shampoo
Hair Conditioner
Deodorant
Hand Sanitizers

Other Items:
Inspirational Books
Bibles
Towels
Wash Cloths
 

 

Biblical Truth

Isaiah 41:10

Do not fear, for I am with you; Do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, Surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.

Greetings!
2010 Fall season is already here.  As we enter into fall we should remember the holiday season is approaching and that we should help those that are in need.  The bible instructs us to remember those who are not as fortunate as us.

"He who oppresses the poor shows contempt for their Maker, but whoever is kind to the needy honors God."

-Proverbs 14:31

"A generous man will himself be blessed, for he shares his food with the poor."

-Proverbs 22:9

By helping better others, you may end up bettering yourself in ways you never imagined.  There are several ways you can help those in need but two below in particular we solicit for our holiday outreach endeavors. 

Volunteer/Donate

If you are interested in volunteering or providing donations during the months of November and December outreach. Please contact OSTA Outreach at (301) 206-0540 or email administration@osta.us.

 

 HELPING SINGLE PARENTS AND PUTTING A SMILE ON A CHILD'S FACE!

OSTA 2010 Holiday Outreach
Do you Need
 Thanksgiving or Christmas Baskets?

Any single mother needing assistant for Thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets, please  contact OSTA at (301) 206-0540.

Celebrate with us on
November 20, 2010

for

 A Night of Thanks & Giving Concert

presented by

Life Church, Bishtain Music Inc, and OSTA Outreach Ministries

@

 

Life Church

6707 Woodyard Rd

Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
 
Admission: Bring a Toy

 

 

 

Working TOGETHER to make a difference in the lives of OTHERS! 

 
 
 
 
Community Outreach Project

One Sister to Another Outreach Ministries and Narandi Blew Inc.

Invites YOU to join us for a WORKSHOP

Topic

Adolescents and Young Adults Transitioning into College

Facilitator
 

  Donna Baldwin

Upper Marlboro Library Meeting Room

14730 Main St.
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

June 20, 2017

12:00 - 3:00
 

Refreshments will be served

 

Join Us!

 

Community Outreach Workshop

 

May 16, 2017

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

 

One Sister to Another Outreach Ministry, Inc

 

presents

 

Stacey Jordan
 
"The Motivational Teacher"

 

Topic:  Building Your Dreams by God's Blueprint

 

Blueprints® is a program dedicated to assisting young adults (of all ages) in successfully transitioning into three crucial segments of their lives: college, career, and community.   They are empowered to do this through learning and understanding their natural gifts and abilities, as well as their individual purpose and destiny, and how to use this knowledge in choosing the right path for their dreams.

 

Upper Marlboro Library Meeting Room

14730 Main St.
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

Refreshments will be served!


 
 
 
 One Sister to Another Monthly  Shelter Outreach
2017
 
Thank you for your prayers
 
 
Please join One Sister to Another Outreach Ministries, Inc. and Sisters4Sisters Inc. at Prince George's Community College as we TOGETHER bring Awareness to our communities.
 
  
 
     
Health Awareness Workshop & Outreach
May 17, 2008
More Details coming Soon
 
Domestic Violence Workshop
What Can I Do?
April 26, 2008
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Call (301) 423-OSTA for more info
Limited Seating

"financial wellness"

How to live within your means today so you can live out your dreams tomorrow!!!

March 27, 2008 

 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM

@

New Carrollton Library

  7414 Riverdale Road

Riverdale, MD

 

Facilitator by

Patricia Davis

 

A financial management executive who, until recently, was Senior Vice President of Wealth Management at Allfirst Bank (now M&T Bank) in Washington, DC.  Her primary focus was on providing financial management and estate planning services to the Bank's high-net-worth customers in the Greater Washington Area. Today, she conducts seminars, nationwide, on the topic of Financial Literacy-a topic about which she is passionate!  She provides personal financial counseling to individuals (and couples) at all income levels, especially to our under-served populations.   Mrs. Davis is a licensed provider of The Money Camp, a financial literacy program for kids, for teens and for adults.

         

 
 Mrs. Davis, a native Washingtonian, graduated, with honors, from Howard University with a major in mathematics and statistics.  She finished in the top 1% of her M.B.A. class at Stanford University and became the first minority in the Business School's then-48-year history to graduate with honors.  Mrs. Davis also has a Master of Science degree in Personal Financial Planning from Golden Gate University, in San Francisco, where she received her class' Top Student Award.  In 2001, she graduated, with distinction, from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at Georgetown University.  Mrs. Davis is a former White House Fellow and served as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Labor.
 

What is your financial strategy?

As Ric Edelman wrote in his book "The Truth about Money":

 

"A financial plan must be periodically reviewed, with its assumptions challenged and altered based on changes in the economy and in your circumstances."

 

Have you reviewed your financial plan to make sure that your day-to-day finances are in line with your future financial goals?

 Why Attend This Workshop?

During this 2 hour workshop you will learn to make your finances work for you and much more that can help you learn how to manage and payoff debt, and control spending.  Most importantly this program will enable you to put a financial strategy in place. 

One Sister to Another Outreach Ministry, Inc. goal is to help bring awareness to people in our communities and the importance of managing finances from day-to-day by setting future financial goals.

       

 One Sister to Another's Adopt a Family Venue
 
One Sister to Another Outreach join voices with many other organizations in reaching out to less fortunate families in need for the holiday seasons.  
 
By donating towards supporting a family in need and/or lending a helping hand we can make a difference together.
 
 
We are accepting the following items to help with our 2007 ADOPT A FAMILY HOLIDAY PROJECT
 
New Coats
Hats, Gloves, Scarves
Toys (all ages)
Inspirational Books
Socks
Nonperishable Food Items (please verify expiration dates)
 
 and
 
Monetary gifts is tax deductible and will be used to supply the needs as needed throughout the holidays including our Christmas Outreach.
 
We will be distributing gifts to women in the Harriet Tubman Shelter and families adopted during this 2007 season.
 
If you you know of anyone in need please email their name and contact information to administration@osta.us
or call (301) 993-0502.
 
Please mail all monetary gifts to:  PO Box 1524, Temple Hills, MD 20757-1524
 
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Join Us
in Reaching Out to Make a Difference
One Sister to Another's Adopt a Family Venue 
 
click on link below
Tis the Season to be GIVING!
 We are giving Thanksgiving Care Baskets to families in need.

Greetings!
 
Yes, it is that time of the year again and as the holiday season is approaching we hope you will consider giving a gift that will make a difference for abused and less fortunate women and their families.
 
Please join One Sister to Another Outreach Ministries (OSTA) in reaching out and making a difference in another family life. We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to uplifting, empowering, and supporting abused and disadvantage women.
 
OSTA partners with other ministries and outreach programs throughout the community to help meet these women needs.  Currently our programs include:  Holiday Outreach -"Adopt a Family", Harriet Tubman Shelter Project for Women, Dress for Success, Teen Mentorship, Occupational Skills and Training and Medical Awareness Advocacy.  
 
 
You can drop off donations upon prearrangement due to secure building so please call (301) 993-0502 or email administration@osta.us to arrange delivery.

Where & When
4506 St. Barnabas St.
Temple Hills, Maryland 20748
November & December 2007
6:00PM-8:00PM
Please mail all donations to:
PO Box 1524, Temple Hills, MD 20757-1524
or
 
 October 20, 2007 
 Breast Cancer Awareness Banquet (Fundraiser)
See Banquet Photo Gallery
                
                                        Mistress of Ceremony                           Praise Dancer
                                 Executive Pastor Dorothy Holmes              Lisa Hubbard
 
Reaching out to make a difference!
 
 

  

  2007 Outreach Endeavors
 
Workshops & Seminars
BiblicalEntrepreneurship - February 10, 2007
 
"Feelings"- Mastering Your Emotions - May 19, 2007 (FREE but registration required online) See announcements for more information.
 
 Ashro Connection
 
College & Career Panel - Registration open NOW (go to more events to register)
Please join us as we answer questions and provide college and career guidance to teens. This event will also be an opportunity for mentors to connect with their mentees as we build lasting, meaningful relationships. Date: Saturday, March 10, 2007 Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: 8720 Georgia Ave., Suite 303 Silver Spring, MD 20910

 
Breast Cancer Awareness Project
 
Good things come to those who WALK!
Join Lady "D" as she "Champion for Breast Cancer
 
The Avon Walk for Breast Cancer is a remarkable, interactive weekend Walk that raises critical dollars to provide access to care and finding a cure for breast cancer. The Walk provides the opportunity for all participants to make a tangible commitment toward eradicating breast cancer while also increasing critical awareness of this deadly disease. 
 
For 2 days and 39 miles, everyone who has been touched by breast cancer touches you - in gratitude. Lady"D" participation -as a Walker will allow medically underserved women and men to be treated giving them access to the care they require. And hard-working research teams will be powered by the funds they need to fuel their quest for the cure. 
 
Denise Burns solicit your prayers and support for the success of her endeavors to help give to such a GREAT CAUSE.   Help her raise her committed limit of $1800 or more by donating TODAY - click on  Avon Breast Cancer Donation ICON on this site or Mail to:  OSTA Outreach Inc., PO Box 1524. Temple Hills, MD 20757 or go to Direct Link through Avon Foundation to donate also is:
 
 
please enter my participant name is Gwendolyn (aka/Denise) Burns and if asked participant number is 714473.
 
 
July 28, 2007  - OSTA Fellowship
Call for more details:
301-993-0502
 
August  17, 2007 - OSTA Slumber Party Celebration Celebrating OSTA Outstanding 2007 Graduates
and Back to School Night
 
 

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