DS Heating & Air Charity Poll
It has always been important to DS Heating & Air to give back to the community that supports us. Now we have a new way of giving and you get to be part of the process! Each quarter we will be donating funds to two or three local organizations. You can choose your favorite charity below. You may vote once per day for your choice. The organization with the most votes at the end of the active voting quarter will receive $1000 from DS Heating & Air. But not to worry, second will receive $500. Individuals may vote up to once per day with a registered email. Don’t worry, your email won’t be spammed or sold.
Contact us if you would like your organization or community group to participate in the future.
Voting closes on the last day of each quarter.
The Gentle Barn
The Gentle Barn rescues animals from severe abuse and neglect who are too old, sick, lame, or scared to be adopted into homes. We are sanctuary to horses, donkeys, cows, pigs, sheep, goats, turkeys, chickens, llamas, peacocks, emus, cats and dogs. Once rehabilitated, the animals help us give hope and inspiration to children with the same stories.
We can’t do this work without you and are grateful for your support. Enjoy the website and check back with us from time to time to see what's new. The best way to help is by making a donation, sponsoring an animal or sponsoring a group of school kids, at-risk kids or special-needs kids to come to The Gentle Barn.
Our Mission is to empower people to thrive with dignity, not just survive, through training, education, food, clothing, shelter, medical care and spiritual investment.
27 years ago the Antelope Valley Christian Ministerial Association (AVCMA) saw the need for a unique and powerful ministry. Being impressed of God to serve the people of their community, several pastors of the AVCMA gathered together as a steering committee to seek God’s guidance in developing a Christian resource center for the needy of the Antelope Valley, including but not limited to, a food distribution center. Steve Baker was hired as the Executive Director of this ministry and with fifteen volunteers to help him Grace Resource Center began to feed hungry people. Today we have over 30 paid staff members and over 400 volunteers serving those in poverty, near poverty, and the working poor.