Dismas Charities Diersen Clients Help Wayside Mission Homeless

With guidance from The Grateful Threads group of Jeffersontown Christian Church, several clients of the Louisville-based Diersen Sub-stance Abuse Program crocheted and knitted 35 scarves and hats for the homeless residents of Wayside Christian Mission. The clients, all members of New Life in Christ Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), participated in the fourth annual outreach […]

Dismas Charities Augusta Staff/Residents Participate In Cancer Walk

After staff raised over $200 toward research, 13 Augusta residents and four staff participated in the annual Miracle Mile Breast Cancer Walk. All pro-ceeds go to University Hospital, which provides free mammograms, treat-ment and surgery for those unable to pay.

Dismas Charities Charleston Hears Christmas Story Of Success

Randy Christmas was a Charleston resident four years ago and while there found an entry-level job at the Schoenbaum Family Enrichment Center where he answered the phone and cleaned. Since that time, Christmas (standing) has been promoted to Com-munity Specialist, a position where he administers a $60,000 grant to assist those in need with their […]

Diersen Charities Nashville Residents Hope To R.I.S.E.

In late October, 12 Nashville Dismas residents attended a speech at U.S. Probation introducing a new Realizing Individual Success and Empowerment (RISE) program. The initiative, being undertaken by the U.S. Courts and Federal Probation, includes intensive programming, interaction with probation officers and judges on a bi-weekly basis, and access to legal and social services and […]

Dismas Charities Louisville Centers Contribute To Shop With A Cop!

Louisville Director Sarah Weidner-House, representing all of Dismas Charities’ Louisville-area programs, presented Metropolitan Fraternal Order of Police Lodge President Ryan Straw with a $1,000 donation toward their annual Shop with a Cop Christmas program. From left are Probation and Parole Officer Colter Turner, who first broached the subject at a recent Community Relations Board meeting, […]

Dismas Charities Midland Staff Recognize Domestic Violence Victims By Wearing Purple For The Day

In early October Midland staff took a day to honor and recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month by wearing purple. “This is especially important for the population we serve as many of our residents have been victims of abuse,” said Director Amy Vest. Staff members from left are staff members Jennifer Green, Eric Woods, Cynthia Kelley, […]

2018 Kenwood Elementary Santa Photos At Dismas Charities

2018 Dismas Charities Christmas Party Santa Photos

Merry Christmas!

Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. Christmas Day, a public holiday in many of the world’s nations, is celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, […]

Dismas Charities Orlando Staff Participate In Alzheimer’s Walk

Orlando Counselors Luis DeJesus and David Randall attended the Orlando Alzheimer’s Walk at Lake Eola. Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Walk is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funding for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Like Us On Facebook!