2013 IS OASIS COMPASSION AGENCY’S 10TH YEAR OF SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY!
ALMOST 14,000 PEOPLE HAVE BEEN ASSISTED WITH FOOD, CLOTHING, JOB PLACEMENT, BIBLICALLY BASED COUNSELING, COMPUTER AND TYPING CLASSES AND MORE!
PLEASE JOIN US IN CELEBRATING THIS YEAR BY SUPPORTING OASIS!
CHEERS AND SINCERE THANKS GREENACRES POST OFFICE!!
On May 11 the Greenacres Post Office filled the Oasis food pantry with 23,500 pounds of food from their Stamp Out Hunger Event!
The Greenacres Post Office has a big heart for the community and has been assisting Oasis for almost 10 years with food from this event and by adopting children for the Touch a Heart Christmas Party!
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED IN THIS EVENT!
Oasis Compassion 2012 Caribbean Nights Gala
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Oasis Compassion on Moody Radio
She came to our Agency with no job, no money and just a little bit of hope to get help and find the perfect job. She was looking for “some or any job”. Monica Delgado, Job Placement Assistant/Case Manager relates the story of what happened next:
I (Monica) asked Terri, What kind of job are you looking for? She said with tears in her eyes: “Anything: Nanny, Housekeeper, Office Clerk”. I am always telling our clients that there is a Big Difference between “a Job” and “any kind of Job”.
I really believe that you have to find your own path by following your heart. “Any kind or anything I can do” will not define what you really want to do in this life ”
You have to follow your dreams. So, I asked her, What is your ideal Job? She said, “I haved worked in the Construction Market. I have been looking, but there is nothing I can do in that Market. I don’t believe that I can do what I use to do.”
I told Terri that she had to believe in herself and try to find what she loves to do. She really loves to work in the design field. So, I made a Resume for a Showroom Designer, not for a person looking to do “anything”. She has lots of experience as a showroom designer.
The next visit with me, we applied for a few jobs in that field. I suggested that she take a few resumes to the place too! Surprise! SHE GOT THE JOB AS A SHOWROOM DESIGNER in less than a month!
It is so exciting to participate in a clients success! Let’s all follow our dreams and let’s do what we love to do! When you really like what you are doing – it shows!