When it seems like there is no where to turn for help, Zarmy gives you free lists of resources right in your own neighborhood
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Mesa, AZ (PRWEB) March 20, 2007
Zarmy (http://www.zarmy.com) recently announced the launch of its website; a user-friendly guide to resources for people that need help with food, shelter, clothing, utility assistance, and more. The site is based on the principle that everyone in need of help can find it in one central location.
"When it seems like there is no where to turn for help, Zarmy gives you free lists of resources right in your own neighborhood," Co-Founder Kathy Dunham said. "When you are struggling, it can be very encouraging to know that there is an easy way to find up-to-date help information. People need to know that there is help available and that they can go to Zarmy to find it."
The online help guide offers a quick way to find resources in your city to address a variety of situations. People who help people can use Zarmy daily, including community agency employees, school faculty members, daycares providers, hospital and church staff, fire and police department personnel, counselors, parents, and their friends and family.
Zarmy makes it easy to see how individuals can support a cause. If an organization serves food daily, even the simplest donations such as grocery store gift cards or cleaning supplies can help so much. "Our motto is 'People Helping People,'" Co-Founder Cherie Reed said. "Businesses can also support their community by sponsoring ad space on Zarmy. A portion of all ad space sponsorships go right into the community with donations of various needed items such as supplies, scholarships, and cash."
In addition to the free resource lists, "Zarmy has a community outreach program with events to enrich the community," said Dunham. "We bridge the gap between individuals, and the agencies and businesses that share a common goal of helping people and creating positive changes in our communities."
Zarmy is all about people helping people! Co-founded by Kathy Dunham and Cherie Reed, their mission is to share resource information that empowers people to ease or prevent a crisis situation. Compelled by Mike Dooley's "Infinite Possibilities," this compassionate duo offers those in need of help a Zarmy “home base.” Zarmy provides opportunities to promote renewal in all of the lives it touches! For more information, please visit http://www.zarmy.com.
Kathy Dunham and Cherie Reed, Co-Founders
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