Updated: Jan 14
As Compton residents continue to stay at home amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, Compton Chamber of Commerce's Food Pantry program continues serving our Seniors, Disabled Residents, and Veterans in the greater Compton region.
We at the Compton Chamber of Commerce are very grateful to the leadership of the City of Compton, Mayor Aja Brown and all our partners from every sector of our community for helping with this program; with the processing, packaging and distribution of healthy, nutritious food to the immunity compromised elders, disabled and veterans and their families in our region.
And this time around, Reverend Antone Curtis offered his support and hands on assistance with the Chamber's food pantry program designed to help our seniors, disabled residents, and veterans. Because of Reverend Curtis' example, many others are getting involved in our food service program designed to help many folks in desperate need not to struggle as much each week!
Thank you Reverend Curtis for being there for our community, fighting the coronavirus threat. We truly appreciate your dedication, hard work, and for all you do helping people behind the scenes! Your ongoing dedication, your kindness and generosity are a blessing to everyone, and are greatly appreciated.
We feel very fortunate to have Reverend Curtis as a part of this bighearted and generous community.
About REV. ANTONE CURTIS
Reverend Antone Curtis is an Evangelist at the Compton Courthouse. He is known as “The Courtyard Preacher. ”
Reverend Curtis is father of four children and grandfather of ten beautiful grandchildren. He has endeared himself to many of the youth and young adults of Faith Inspirational and around the world. He is a ‘spiritual father’ to many.
Reverend Curtis serves his Lord and Savior with humility, and his greatest desire is to hear the words from on High, “Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things: I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your Master’s happiness.” [Matthew 25:23]