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A Lift Up Org, Las Vegas, Nevada

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Address: 3310 S Nellis, Suite 28
Las Vegas, Nevada  89121  
United States
Fax: 702-451-3508
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 30
Number of People Being Served: 300
EIN: 07-3702435
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Mission Statement


A Lift Up was founded in 2002 as a 501(c)(3) social service charity led by Christian values. Our mission is Christian stewardship, serving God, and assisting people, giving relief to the underprivileged, focusing on families with children and youths whose physical or moral welfare are at risk, the elderly, and the homeless. A Lift Up strives to help promote family value and independence, maintain self-esteem and enable meaningful lifestyle by providing basic needs through operation Furniture Bank. Our passion is to provide furniture and household goods that meets basic living needs to families and individuals. We have helped families who suffered due to fire, Hurricane Katrina families relocated to Las Vegas, homeless families just struggling to get on their feet, a beaten and battered young lady with two girls, ages 5 and 7, trying to make a new life away from the abusive husband/father, a single mother and child sleeping on a cold floor with only a few pieces of clothing to keep them warm, families sent to us by area churches, Central Christian Church, Desert Hills Baptist, Holy Family Catholic Church, organizations such as Family Promise of Las Vegas, Clark County Department of Family Services, Nevada Welfare and Human Services, HACA of Henderson, and many more.

Description


A Lift Up was founded in 2002 as a 501(c)(3) social service charity led by Christian values. Our mission is Christian stewardship, serving God, and assisting people, giving relief to the underprivileged, focusing on families with children and youths whose physical or moral welfare are at risk, the elderly, and the homeless. A Lift Up strives to help promote family value and independence, maintain self-esteem and enable meaningful lifestyle by providing basic needs through operation Furniture Bank.

A Lift Up was founded in 2002 as a 501(c)(3) social service charity led by Christian values. Our mission is Christian stewardship, serving God, and assisting people, giving relief to the underprivileged, focusing on families with children and youths whose physical or moral welfare are at risk, the elderly, and the homeless. A Lift Up strives to help promote family value and independence, maintain self-esteem and enable meaningful lifestyle by providing basic needs through operation Furniture Bank.

Mission Statement: A Lift Up was founded in 2002 as a 501(c)(3) social service charity led by Christian values. Our mission is Christian stewardship, serving God, and assisting people, giving relief to the underprivileged, focusing on families with children and youths whose physical or moral welfare are at risk, the elderly, and the homeless. A Lift Up strives to help promote family value and independence, maintain self-esteem and enable meaningful lifestyle by providing basic needs through operation Furniture Bank. Our passion is to provide furniture and household goods that meets basic living needs to families and individuals. We have helped families who suffered due to fire, Hurricane Katrina families relocated to Las Vegas, homeless families just struggling to get on their feet, a beaten and battered young lady with two girls, ages 5 and 7, trying to make a new life away from the abusive husband/father, a single mother and child sleeping on a cold floor with only a few pieces of clothing to keep them warm, families sent to us by area churches, Central Christian Church, Desert Hills Baptist, Holy Family Catholic Church, organizations such as Family Promise of Las Vegas, Clark County Department of Family Services, Nevada Welfare and Human Services, HACA of Henderson, and many more.

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No