PICC-A-Blanket for the Homeless

P.I.C.C., Inc. is officially launching PICC-A-Blanket for the Homeless fundraiser. We are hoping that you will join in our efforts to provide many homeless adults as well as children in cities across the country with a very basic need. A simple throw that will provide added warmth for those souls in shelters, similar charity or who are facing the elements of the winter weather.

Our goal is to provide throws for four (4) cities. One location will be here in Atlanta; the home of P.I.C.C., Inc. The other three (3) will be selected by drawing V.I.P. numbers for a winner. Those individuals will get to choose the shelter/group they would like to provide blankets for. Below are V.I.P. membership cards with a special number on the back that will be sent immediately after a donation is received. (see image).

Depending on how the donation is received we will make certain to get your address so we can send the card immediately. If it is received in person by an administrator, the card and number will be given to you at that time. If donation is given through our PayPal portal there will be a space to leave contact info. You also have the option to leave a mailing address directly in the comments’ message area on this page. (Comments are seen only by the P.I.C.C., Inc. administration).

Remember, no amount is too small or too large when it comes to a charity of this nature. You could be one of the three donors whose V.I.P. membership number is drawn on November 17th. Just at the time Melody Acey, our PICC Shorts contributor will be visiting from Washington state. She will do the honor of drawing the names/numbers of the winners.

I want to encourage each of you to tell others about this initiative. This is, as I have said before, “Good Soil.” Spread the word. Winter is already upon us in many parts of the country.

Please hold onto your V.I.P. card to be entered into future events for prizes. So stay tuned!

P.I.C.C., Inc. will soon enter its fifth year. We are a domestic nonprofit faith-based initiative. A Beacon of Hope to Inspire. Encourage, Inform, and Engage people in acts of kindness.

We desire to finish strong in our 2019 PHASE IV – Growing the Distance

Won’t you Come Grow With Us? We Are the People In Charge of Change.

***Heads Up! In December PICC will give away a ROKU Express or similar device to the person who drafts and publishes an article/podcast/video and… you guessed it! The one who gets the most viewers within a window of time wins the prize!





About Rochelle

D.N.A. of a P.K. – My Story Born and raised in coastal Georgia, I had the distinct privilege of coming up in a home of ‘CHURCH FOLK.’ I was considered a PK; many of you know the term translates as ‘Preacher’s Kid.’ My beginnings were, in appearance, a life of luxury and prestige. Other kids looked up to the PKs and pretty much followed their lead. Why not? They were the best examples, right? Not so fast! Preachers’ children are not always the epitome of all that is holy and good by any stretch of the imagination. I would be remiss if I did not include that Preachers are not always the epitome of all that is holy and good. In many cases, just the opposite. For me personally, the preacher I knew was a monster in a suit or clergy robe. Between the age of 3 yrs -14 yrs old, I was in church 3-4 times a week, for 4-5 hours at a time. (black church, y’all. Some of you can relate). With all of that… I never saw Christ in the home. How sad is that? I left the home… or should I say, the home left me. You see, I was managed quite well. Oh, I was provided shelter, food, clothing (second hand clothes while the preacher and first lady wore the finest). We rode in the finest cars; the church took great care of the pastor and his family. Much was provided… yet much was lacking. Darkness lurched in many corners of that home. I would encourage each of you to visit the sister blog for the 3 part series of my story... beginning with D.N.A. of a PK - http://smallchange-hugeprofits.com/d-n-a-of-a-p-k-my-story/