Manna Ministries has received the 2020 Gold Rating from the NAFC Quality Standard Program. The mission of the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) is to ensure the medically underserved have access to affordable health care. The NAFC and our members are dedicated to ensuring that our patients receive quality health care. NAFC has recognized Manna as a clinic who serves our community to the fullest. Thank You NAFC for your support.
We want to especially thank Direct International Relief for their recent donation of N95 masks, and for all they are doing to serve medical facilities during this time. Because of their generosity, Mannna Ministries has been able to extend a helping hand to those who desperately need it. For more information on Direct Relief and all that they do and stand for, please click the link below.
Manna Ministries received a $20,000 grant from United Way of South Mississippi and Gulf Coast Community Foundation. In partnership with local churches in Pearl River County, we are reaching the elderly and/or those with compromised immune systems who need to self-isolate during this time to assist them with food.
Manna Ministries is accepting donations to assist those affected by COVID-19. Click the Donate now button below and select the COVID-19 in the fund drop down list on our donate page.
Based on state and national recommendations regarding the COVID-19, Manna Ministries began on March 1st to reassess our programs. Assuring patients of our free primary care medical clinic had access to care and their prescribed medications was priority.
We are continually seeking new volunteers to come alongside our staff and serve our community. If you are a medical professional looking to give back to the community, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 601-799-2121 and we will get you plugged in.
In May of 2019, Poplarville, MS and surrounding areas had to deal with significant flooding due to an above average rainfall for the season. About 50 homes received flood water. Many families were displaced and some lost not only their homes but vehicles as well.
“It means a lot to us at United Way to be able to support organizations like Manna Ministries Inc. that truly fight for individuals.”