The Klamath Falls Gospel Mission serves more than 80,000 meals each year and was very thankful for the pork donated by the Project. The Mission provides services to anyone without regard for race, color, sex, disability, religion or national origin. They are an equal opportunity Mission. Their facility offers a safe and sober environment to those who are in need. Each day the Mission provides meals, showers and clean clothing for men, women and children.
We were blessed to receive the livestock from the County Fair auction that the Jordan Cove LNG and Pacific Connector Gas Pipeline project bought to help us feed our community.
The Mission began 60 years ago and values their community partners as they work to rehabilitate people in the area. Kent looks forward to the opportunities the Project will bring to Klamath Falls and the Gospel Mission.