Helping the Homeless in Carbon County since 2007
Peaceful Knights, Inc  

WELCOME TO PEACEFUL KNIGHTS, INC. Located at 215 N. 1st St, Lehighton


Welcome to Peaceful Knights, a not-for-profit corporation formed to help those in need to have temporary, safe shelter and access to local organizations that provide assistance.  Currently providing residential housing to men as well as an emergency shelter from 7pm - 9am.

 

CLICK HERE FOR A PRESENTATION of our program!  

      https://goo.gl/ag7yaL

 

What we do:

1)  We offer temporary housing to those that qualify.

2)  We have a 3 - 6 month program that grows from temporary housing to moving out into own apartment.

3) We also have an emergency shelter open from 7 pm - 9 am.

4)  We help adult males that are homeless.

5)  We assist with necessities such as food, clothing and personal items.

6)  There is a zero tolerance policy for drugs/alcohol.

7)  We have a 3 strikes policy with our clients.

8)  We offer peer counseling which encourages wise spending habits, job search skills, and a more structured lifestyle.

9)  We require our clients that are out of work to spend time applying for jobs (30 hours/week) and volunteering 10 hours/week.

10) We are a Christian Organization that strives to reflect God in all that we do and say and we require our residents to attend church weekly.


CURRENT ACTIVITY AS OF FEBRUARY 17,2018


CURRENTLY:

1)  We have 9 full time residents plus however many show up each night for our emergency shelter.

2)  The emergency shelter is getting busier.  Please pray for all of those who are "outdoors".

3) We are looking for volunteers to join our Fundraising Committee!

 

 

Our Previous Front Page Times News Article:

http://www.tnonline.com/node/100509

 

TV 13 did a spot on our new pup - Gabriel: 

 https://www.facebook.com/111634802214705/videos/1805406709504164/ 

 


PEACEFUL KNIGHTS VIDEOS!


    http://youtu.be/3fpqjjZimOI hhh

This video is an interview with a father whose son died of a heroin overdose in 2011. He speaks candidly about the struggle and hopes to help others be more aware of the dangers of this drug. 

 

Here's our youngest donor in a delightful quick interview!

http://youtu.be/3fpqjjZimOI 


This video is an interview with a father whose son died of a heroin overdose in 2011. He speaks candidly about the struggle and hopes to help others be more aware of the dangers of this drug. 

 

 

http://youtu.be/ArI46LXqvW8 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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