The National Coalition of Pastors’ Spouses (NCPS) recently joined with Mr. Tyler Perry’s 34th Street Films, Lionsgate Productions, and Different Drummer as national partners in support of the Covenant House Good Deeds: Great Needs Gift Card giver project.This Gift Card initiative was launched by Perry to coincide with his newly released film entitled, “Good Deeds”, a moving, uplifting romantic drama about relationships and the defining choices we make in our lives. Perry is the lead star in “Good Deeds” as well as the writer, producer and director.
The Gift Card Giver project offers movie-goers an opportunity to donate their unused gift cards to Gift Card Giver and help spread the message of Good Deeds: Great Needs.Gift Card Givers will submit all donated gift card funds to the Atlanta-based Covenant House, a 501 ©3 nonprofit that provides hearty meals, warm beds and safe shelter to homeless youth. In support of the initiative, Lionsgate has agreed to make a financial donation in support of Covenant House.
NCPS applauds Mr. Perry and Lionsgate for using this platform to do something notable, worthwhile and life-changing for the nation’s homeless youth, and also for offering an opportunity to share –at the grassroots level– to the institutions whose fundamental foundation is built on “giving”: churches, temples, and faith organizations. NCPS urges all of our pastors’ spouses and other faith leaders across this nation to join in this effort to help make this Gift Card Giver project a win-win for everyone.
Join us in making a difference in our world, one good deed at a time.