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Manna Ministries 5K Run Fundraiser 

Manna Ministries is having a 5K Fundraiser on March 25th, 2023. There is a $25 registration fee for the run or walk.  The first 100 participants to register will receive a free T-Shirt. After the 1st 100 register, T-Shirts will be $15.  All proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards supporting our “Head & Heart-Afterschool Tutoring Program, and the Family Advocacy Program.  For more information regarding participating in the run, or becoming a sponsor, please contact Megan Finley via email: or by calling 601-799-2121

“Fighting for Families-Strong Families = Strong Communities”

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Funding for Expansion

Manna Medical Clinic is honored to be awarded a $216,000 grant from HRSA-Congressional Funding for expansion of its Dental Clinic.  This funding will provide for expansion of dental clinic in order to provide additional dental services to our patients.  Additional space will allow ample room for expanded services of dental hygiene services i.e. cleanings, fillings, and dentures.  Also included in the expansion will be an education room which is an integral part of what Manna Dental Clinic offers to its patients, dental and hygiene education.

Annual Fundraiser

22 years in operation and we couldn’t have done it without the generosity of those within our community.  This year our fundraiser will consist of a raffle being held on November 8, 2022.  Tickets are $15 each and are sold at 120 Street A, Picayune.

Prizes Consist of:

1st Prize: $2,000 Cash

2nd Prize: 9mm hand gun

3rd Prize: A Weekend Camper Rental

Family Advocacy is our Passion

We are grateful to Lower Pearl River Valley Foundation for their support of the Family Advocacy Program in helping so many families of Pearl River County. The Family Advocacy Program was created to connect families to available resources within the community when removal of children from the home is due to neglect. The focus of the Family Advocacy Program is to promote safe stable, self-sufficient families. By identifying families at risk early on, intervention can be staged and implemented in order to reduce childhood trauma and the division of the family unit by addressing the source of the neglect.

Risk factors include: Poverty And Struggles To Meet Basic Needs, Parental/Guardian Drug Abuse, Inadequate Housing, Caretaker Inability to Cope, Mental Health Challenges, Low Financial Literacy

For more information please call Meghan Finley at 601-799-2121 or email her at

2020 Gold Rating

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.

Direct Relief to Our Community

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.

Community Partnerships are Feeding the Self-Isolated

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.

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