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Mission Lexington announces February Impact Key Players

Lexington, SC - 02/11/2021 (Paul Kirby) - Mission Lexington recently took a few moments to recognizes their Impact Key Players for February 2021. Each month, they highlight a Church, Volunteer and Ambassador of the Month for their contributions to Mission Lexington and its work:

This month’s honorees are:

• The Harvest has been named Mission Lexington’s Church of the Month for their support to Mission Lexington through financial contributions. They also serve as a local host site for Global Leadership Summit, an event created to improve leadership skills and learn from influential leaders & tenured entrepreneurs. Their church is also represented by staff member, Jemme Hinson on Mission Lexington’s Marketing Committee, created to increase maximum impact on Lexington County neighbors facing a crisis.

• Their Volunteer of the Month is Ann Borowiec. She has volunteered in Mission Lexington’s Thrift Store for the past three years and enjoys working with the neighbors they serve.

• Their Ambassador of the Month is Matt Porth. He currently serves on Lexington’s Race Against Hunger Committee, a race created to bring awareness to food insecurity in Lexington County. He is also the Co-Creator of Dam-to-Dam Relay, a 100K that has generously given a large portion of their proceeds to support Mission Lexington’s cause.

In a statement issued with the announcement of the honorees, Mission Lexington’s Executive Director Robin W. Bowers said, “We are beyond grateful for their support and love to honor those who serve alongside our staff.”

Mission Lexington is the hub of care for many people who are struggling in Lexington County. Each year they assist families and individuals with basic human needs like food, shelter, and clothing. They also provide other resources and guidance to lift people up out of often less that desirable situations and help them stand on their own.

In 2020, they met over 24,300 needs in Lexington County. As an example, some of their support included helping an elderly couple with food or covering funeral expenses for a child.

Their partner network includes local businesses and government agencies, corporations, organizations, individuals and more than 65 member churches who sustain their vision daily. To learn more about Mission Lexington, visit or call them at 803.957.6656.


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