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The St. Luke ARK Eagle Scout Project
Nathan Spitler, Life Scout with Troop 942 at St. Luke UMC in Sanford, NC

Isaiah 11:6; "And a little child shall lead them."


Support the ARK Eagle Scout Project by making a monetary donation
Use the link below to donate using your credit or debit card. Cash or check donations can be made through the St. Luke church office at 2916 Wicker Street, Sanford, NC 27330, or through Troop 942. Troop 942 meets on Tuesdays from 7 pm to 8:30 pm in the Harriss Youth Hut at St. Luke. Checks should be made to Troop 942 with Nathan Spitler Eagle Project in the memo line.
Funds are needed to purchase and customize the ARK trailer, and all remaining funds will be donated to the St. Luke outreach and meals mission to help God's children in the local area. Meals will be delivered as part of the St. Luke  outreach efforts. It takes about $100 a week to continue the meal ministry, so thank you for your support. 
 

Fundraising Status
Started Sunday, May 12, 2019
Status as of Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Nathan will place a dove on the ARK for each $1000 raised in support of the ARK Project. Nathan's goal is to place 5 doves in support of the ARK, and 5 doves in support of increased awareness of the outreach and meals mission. This is an ambitious project and Nathan needs support from his scouting family, his church family and from the community. 

Online donations go directly to Troop 942 to support this project and can be made below. Checks can be sent to the St. Luke UMC church office at 2916 Wicker Street, Sanford, NC 27330, or through Troop 942. Troop 942 meets on Tuesdays from 7 pm to 8:30 pm in the Harriss Youth Hut at St. Luke. Checks should be made to Troop 942 with Nathan Spitler Eagle Project in the memo line.


About the ARK Eagle Scout Project
Nathan has launched fundraising for his ARK Eagle Scout Project. St. Luke has a local missions outreach that takes food, clothing and other necessities to the homeless, to the local Men's Shelter and Women's Shelter, and to others that are in need in the community. As a member of the youth program at St. Luke, Nathan helps out frequently with this outreach. Nathan noticed that often there is a need for clothing, blankets and other items that were left behind at the church because there is not enough space in the vehicles to carry all of these items. 

For his Eagle Project, Nathan wants to buy the church a trailer, which will become the ARK, and customize it with shelves, storage containers and coolers for food and drinks. The ARK (Acts of Random Kindness) trailer will allow the church to carry more of what is needed to better help God's children in the community.


About the St. Luke UMC Outreach and Meals Ministry
It takes about $100 a week to fund the outreach meals ministry that the St. Luke youth and members participate in every Sunday. Nathan established a goal of raising awareness for this ministry and its needs for the coming year as he prepares the ARK for its maiden voyage. The ARK will transport meals and other outreach items to support the efforts of St. Luke in the local community.
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