The Angel Bear Project
The Angel Bear Project was founded by my wife Mary Ann over twenty years ago, birthed out of a desire to help people in need during the holiday season. From the time of its inception, Angel Bear has continued to grow into a full-time year-round ministry of benevolence.
Over the years we have been able to help thousands of people with food, personal care products, and other life-sustaining items that we purchase in bulk throughout the year. We have been able to expand our outreach by networking with many other organizations, ministries, and churches that partner with us so that we can together reach many more people and programs with vital necessities.
The Angel Bear Project is an outreach of Restoration Training Center. If you would like more information on the project or would like to volunteer or have a fundraiser in your church, fellowship, office, or Sunday school then please contact: Mary Ann Laughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can send your check made out to: The Angel Bear Project, P.O. Box 162932, Ft. Worth, Texas 76161.
Please pray about supporting this very important benevolence ministry as we continue to expand our outreach to literally thousands of needy individuals and families. Your gifts allow us to cover our modest overhead and to purchase products in bulk in order to be able to give out to those in need. May God bless you!
Your servants in Christ, Tim and Mary Ann Laughlin
Blessed is he who considers the poor; the Lord will deliver him in time of trouble. The Lord will preserve him and keep him alive, and he will be blessed on the earth. Psalm 41:1,2
Corina Sanchez and Spirit Moves Liturgical Dance group from Crowley United Methodist Church who donated to The Angel Bear Project.
Troy Chapman of Genesis United Methodist Church has been a blessing to Angel Bear Project for years and is the Interim Finance Director and Missions Coordinator.
Troy, Dr. Phil and Me sending out bags at Christmas.
Mary Ann and Donna of Crowley United Methodist Church with lap blankets she made for cancer patients.
Volunteers from Neighborhood needs food bank.
Tim and Troy at Genesis United Methodist Church
Angel Bear's Angels, Shawn and Rick Reeves and their son Eric have been with us for over twenty years!