Christian Business Chamber of Commerce chooses SA Men’s Campus for their 1st quarter project

ATCOT San Antonio Men's Director Floyd Miles, III with San Antonio's Christian Business Chamber of Commerce President Bruce Murchison.

ATCOT San Antonio Men’s Director Floyd Miles, III with San Antonio’s Christian Business Chamber of Commerce President Bruce Murchison.

San Antonio Men’s Director Floyd Miles, III recently had an opportunity to speak at San Antonio’s Christian Business Chamber of Commerce (CBCC) and share a presentation about Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas (ATCOT).  CBCC is an inter-denominational organization of Christians gathered together to promote Christ in your life, heart, home and in the workplace.

CBCC has chosen the ATCOT San Antonio men’s campus as their special project for their first quarter in 2016.  CBCC has promised to raise $1500 to put toward a student scholarship fund that will help enable more men to attend Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas.

CBCC plans to mobilize 15-20 men to come to the San Antonio men’s campus this February to help the campus expand their fireworks stand and their commercial kitchen floor.

Estimate costs for these two projects include:

$ 3,000—Fireworks stand
$  4,000–Commercial kitchen floor.

 “We have the free labor,” said Miles.  “But we need the supplies for these projects.  Would you be willing to help purchase some of the supplies for these projects?”

Contact the San Antonio Men’s Campus at (210) 624-2075.

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