Jeff Gibbs, founder of E.P.I.C. (Every Person Involved Cares), launched "The Angel Project" on July 16. Gibbs is raising $15,000 to save a building to be used for programs, camps, coaching and counseling for the community and helping those interested in search of a better way of living.
E.P.I.C. helps people in the community get from where they are to where they want to be.
"The Angel Project" is cleaning up the building and grounds located at 55 W. Elizabeth Street. Volunteers have cleaned 50 feet of the building and already found over 100 used needles.
More volunteers and some items are needed to complete the project during the next 2 weeks. We will hold several fundraising events to help raise the money.
Gibbs founded E.P.I.C. to give back to the community and the people that saved his life. He grew up on the streets of Pontiac, was sent to Camp Oakland and became fostered by a family (teacher) in Oxford. His life story and founding of E.P.I.C. is truly a success story.