Life 107.1’s First Ever Bathrobe Drive

On Friday, November 9, Life 107.1 partnered with three central Iowa ministries and Lutheran Church of Hope for their first-ever bathrobe drive at the Big Daddy Weave and Brandon Heath concert. Life 107.1’s staff was hoping for 140 new women’s bathrobes to gift to women who may not be expecting any Christmas gifts this holiday season. Instead, Life 107.1 listeners generously donated 206 robes and over $300 in financial gifts!

Laura Williams, founder of Jericho Outreach Ministry in Des Moines, one of the ministries represented said, “The robes are going to be a blessing that will open up opportunities for us to build closer relationships with women who desperately need to hear they are loved by God and His people. They need to know that they have worth and value. The robes send such a warm message of love and hope into some of the darkest places in Des Moines!”

Life 107.1 wants to thank Lutheran Church of Hope for their hospitality, the volunteers from Jericho Outreach Ministries and Ruth Harbor for collecting and counting the robes, and to the volunteers and staff of Jericho Outreach, Ruth Harbor, and Clearview Recovery Center for all they do every day for women in Central Iowa.

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