Thank you Thrivent Financial for your support!

We are so Excited to have our new friends from Thrivent Financial in Boyertown Pa. join our Outreach family.  If you are a Thrivent Member you will soon be able to allocate from your Thrivent program directly to our 501c3 charity Thunder Outreach Ministries!

We love what they stand for!   Relationship with a Kingdom of Heaven heart!

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THE THRIVENT WAY
Our mission statement guides us in all we do.

We are a membership organization of Christians, and our members are our owners.

Our purpose is to serve our members and society by guiding both to be wise with money and live generously.

We believe that all we have is a gift from God and that generosity is an expression of faith.

We succeed when our members, their families and their communities thrive.

We value our relationships, so we will: Be trustworthy in character and competence, and Act like owners and treat each other as owners, and Live balanced and generous lives.

 

please contact them @ 610-367-1904
Thrivent Financial
11 E Philadelphia Avenue
Boyertown Pa. 19512

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Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Group Chapter IV Supports Thunder Outreach’s First Responder Appreciation Events

As the Blue Knights PA IV Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, we embrace and encourage opportunities to thank our regions First Responders….

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We encourage the commitment and caring of programs like Thunder Outreach, who take this responsibility of thanking our area First Responders also very seriously.

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We would like to encourage all communities, schools, public programs and citizens of Berks County to support and embrace the 2014 First Responders Appreciation Events and Programs, hosted by Thunder Outreach.

Encouraging our youth and community to honor, appreciate and invest in our First Responders.Sincerely,

Det. Brian Horner
President
Blue Knights PA IV

Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #9 Reading, PA. endorses Thunder Outreach events

Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #9 represents all active and retired Police Officers in the City of Reading….
These Officers proudly serve the community with their heart and soul and rarely, if ever, ask for a thank you.

Whenever a program like Thunder Outreach takes the time to set up community events dedicated to thanking Police, Fire and EMS First Responders, FOP Lodge #9 takes notice.

We encourage everyone support the 2014 First Responders Appreciation Events and Porgrams sponsored by Thunder Outreach.

Thank You,

Gregory Zawilla
President FOP Lodge #9

Thunder Outreach has been honored two times from the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation

Thunder Outreach has been honored two times from the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation for
their efforts and goodwill shown to all First Responders and their families as part of the events that Thunder Outreach host.

The “Legion of Honor award for
“In recognition of service to all people regardless of race or faith”

 

The Legion of Honor “Humanitarian Award”
“Which is given in recognition of a lifetime commitment to selfless service and societal advancement that has demonstrably affected the quality of life in the community, state or nation, service without regard to faith or race.”

The selection process for this award is rigorous.

 

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Thunder Outreach receives “American Police Hall Of Fame” Awards

In 2011, Thunder Outreach was nationally recognized by the “American Police Hall of Fame” for their service and programs that positively affect and support communities and honor Police and all First Responders.

After meeting with Thunder Outreach and reviewing the programs that Thunder Outreach organizes in communities, the APHF awarded Thunder Outreach with not just one, but three National Awards!

American Police Hall of Fame Awards;

Honor Award For Public Service
This award may be issued to law enforcement officers, elected officials or citizens whose leadership skills are outstanding in reducing crime or assisting departments in volunteer activities.

Patriotism Award
This award is based on activities that promote the need to be faithful to our federal, state and local laws. It is available to police, security and citizens who support the Constitution and the Bill of Rights as well as protect the community by public service.

Civilian Medal Of Appreciation
This award is to thank a citizen for support of law enforcement by services or an act of valor.

The Team Members of Thunder Outreach were deeply touched. Working with the Local Police, Fire, Military and First Responders has always been a core part of the faith based events that Thunder Outreach has been part of.

The heart of God and Love that he has for his people is clearly stated in the Bible about Jesus and is still the same commitment that our First Responders and Military share today.

The Bible states in John 15:13
“Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.”

We are Blessed to have people like this in our lives and Thunder Outreach will continue to show that “Love and Respect” to and for all the people and their families who “Protect and Serve” our communities everyday!

Guinness World Records

People pulled up to drop of their food donation and were so touched by the sight of hundreds of people of all walks of life working shoulder to shoulder to help make a difference. It truly showed God’s love! People would just park their cars and ask how they could help! Now that is saying something!

Ripley’s Believe It or Not and Guinness World Records companies, teams, churches, groups, boy scouts and people moved together with a simple goal… helping people with food, love and relationships that would change hundreds of thousands of peoples lives for years to come. We had car and bike clubs, military, fire and police people on hand along with food and events for everyone.

Thunder in the Valley 2005 set a new benchmark of what a community can do when the focus is on a positive goal. We filled 10 tractor-trailers and raised 156,889 lbs of food in the small community of Bechtelsville, PA.

In doing this we set a new record for Ripley’s Believe It or Not for “The Largest Community food drive in a 24 Hour period!” and a new record for Guinness World Records “Largest Food Drive by a non-charitable organization (24 hours).”

Ripley’s Believe it or Not

People pulled up to drop of their food donation and were so touched by the sight of hundreds of people of all walks of life working shoulder to shoulder to help make a difference. It truly showed God’s love! People would just park their cars and ask how they could help! Now that is saying something!

Ripley’s Believe It or Not and Guinness World Records companies, teams, churches, groups, boy scouts and people moved together with a simple goal… helping people with food, love and relationships that would change hundreds of thousands of peoples lives for years to come. We had car and bike clubs, military, fire and police people on hand along with food and events for everyone.

Thunder in the Valley 2005 set a new benchmark of what a community can do when the focus is on a positive goal. We filled 10 tractor-trailers and raised 156,889 lbs of food in the small community of Bechtelsville, PA.

In doing this we set a new record for Ripley’s Believe It or Not for “The Largest Community food drive in a 24 Hour period!” and a new record for Guinness World Records “Largest Food Drive by a non-charitable organization (24 hours).”