Once a month, everyone at River Ridge Church gives just $1 extra to see the amazing things that can happen through your generosity. To join the Dollar Club, simply click here (make sure to select Dollar Club from the fund drop-down menu.) You can easily set up a recurring gift for the dollar club as well.
Watch the Dollar Club stories below:
In our September 2021 Dollar Club story, we meet Jenny Keener with Heart + Hand Ministries. The mission of Heart + Hand is to demonstrate the love of Christ and to minister to needs both physical and spiritual as they assist those who live in our community. They do this through partnering with churches in their service areas to improve the living conditions of those in need. Those churches then support the organization by volunteering, providing donations of food, clothing, furniture, housewares, and monetary assistance.
In our August 2021 Dollar Club story, we talk to Benita Campbell (aka Beni)- Custodian at Poca Elementary School.
Loves her job, treats the kids as her own. She is the biggest encourager, giving kids hugs and high fives wherever she goes. She takes pride in her work making sure that the kids have a safe and clean environment to learn in. She loves Jesus and refers to the moment she met Jesus as the moment "she met the big man" or says "I was praying to the big man today."
In our July 2021 Dollar Club story, we talk to Teresa, a single mom who has raised her disabled grandson who is now in his 20’s. Teresa recently closed on a house and is planning on moving soon but commented that she would need some “moving angels” because she wasn’t sure how she was going to move everything by herself. This is the first time she has ever owned a home.
In our May 2021 edition of the Dollar Club, we sit down with Nikki Walters, a participant in the Rea of Hope recovery program. Rae of Hope helps women in West Virginia suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction. They seek to teach the life skills and self-sufficiency required to reach sustained recovery while providing safe, affordable housing.
In our April 2021 edition of the Dollar Club, we sit down with Jennifer and Yasmine. We first met Jennifer through our Big Kick Soccer Camp and learned that she was a foster parent.
Our March 2021 edition of the Dollar Club features Greg Wagoner, a local pastor at Fellowship Baptist Church in Barboursville.
Recently, their entire church was flooded with 28 inches of water. Let's sit down with Greg to learn a little bit more about what all has been going on this past month and see if there is a way that the Dollar Club can help.
Our February 2021 edition of the Dollar Club features Becky and the Service Station, a place to help people with disabilities can serve the community.
Check out how the Dollar Club was able to be a blessing and show the love of Jesus to Becky and her efforts at the Service Station. Thanks for being part of making change in the lives of others!
Our January 2021 edition of the Dollar Club features Chelsie and Ethel. Chelsie is a social worker with The Children's Home Society and is involved with a project called Healthy Grandfamilies, that helps families like Ethel and her two granddaughters — one who has autism and one ADHD.
Lets learn more about Ethel's story and see how the Dollar Club can bless her.
The December 2020 edition of the Dollar Club is going to look a little bit different. Instead of just having one recipient of the Dollar Club, we are going to be able to bless a number of individuals across Charleston and Teays Valley. Thanks to everyone who helped make the Dollar Club a success in 2020!
November is national adoption month so today we are going to sit down with Mike and Lori Deveraux, a couple who have opened their hearts and home to children in need of a family. They know well the hurdles and triumphs of adoption as they have adopted 7 children and are in the process of adopting their 8th. Let's hear more about their story and see if there is a way that the Dollar Club can be a blessing to their family.
Connie is a professional caterer in the Charleston area. When the pandemic hit, she saw the need for people to be fed — and felt that God had equipped her with the gifts and talents to meet that need. So without any clarity on long-term goals, she began taking meals to people in need on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Deborah Davis is starting a non-profit called BugHug to help support families in the hospitals through hand-delivering activity baskets to kids as well as providing nights away for parents by partnering with local hotels and restaurants.