Brad Riner Assistance Fund

 The Brad Riner Assistance Office began as a memorial to Brad Riner, a young member of the church and avid hiker who died while hiking in the Grand Canyon in 1975, at 22 years old. The Assistance Office is supported by donations from church members, friends and other groups in the community. In 2016, 2018, & 2019 the fund also received a grant from the City of Glendale’s “From the Heart” program designed to help Glendale Residents. Generous groups like the Girl Scouts and the American Cancer Society have helped withFree interracial sex movie scenes – amatuer, interracial, hardcore canned good drives for the food bags.

Utility assistance (electric, gas and water) is limited to a one-time $50 payment per household and is available to Glendale and West Valley Residents. Small food bags and sack lunches are also available on a first-come, first-served basis. We do not offer rental assistance.

To watch a video that describes how the Brad Riner Center came into being and the services it offers click here.

Brad Riner Assistance Office Hours and Location

sites Location: South side of the campus, entrance on Glenn Drive.  (Look for sign)

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Interim Administrator : Elizabeth Leggett

Facebook: RinerAssistance

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