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    THE MLK SERVE-A-THON

    MLK Serve-a-Thon 2019

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    Join Hunger Free America for our annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Serve-a-Thon. This year, we are hosting a week of service events starting on Monday, Jan. 14, 2019 and finishing up on MLK Day, Monday, Jan. 21, 2019. Help us honor Dr. King’s legacy as a civil rights and anti-poverty leader and activist by volunteering to help advance food security in our communities.

    Click here to register yourself or as a team.

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    FEEDING MINISTRY

    FEEDING WITH TLC, INC.

     

     

    For over 25 years, Trinity Lutheran has been ministering to the hungry and needy. Every Saturday morning between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm you will find a hive of busy bees cooking, serving, and offering comfort to those less fortunate. It is hard work but exceptionally rewarding.

    Soup Kitchen

    Together with volunteers from local churches and schools, our Soup Kitchen serves homeless men and women as well as children and families. On average, our Saturday Soup Kitchen serves approximately 150 meals. With no eligibility restrictions, hot “sit-down” meals are offered to all without regard to age, gender, race, income, or denominational affiliation.  Between 12:00 noon and 1:00 P.M. our Soup Kitchen meals consist of a healthy, diverse menu that includes fresh produce and meat/proteins. Guests dine in a clean, safe and supportive environment.

     

    For more information about visit their website:

    https://trinitylutheransi.com/feeding-ministry/

     

     

     

    From the SI ADVANCE:
     
    MORE THAN 2,500 SENIORS NEED HELP
     
    Where to Turn is looking for snow shovel volunteers this winter.  

    In total, Where to Turn "has over 2,500 seniors requesting snow shoveling assistance," according to Dennis McKeon, the executive director of the organization.

    "If you are a student in the seventh grade or higher we will find you a senior within walking distance of your home," McKeon stated. "You commit to shovel their sidewalk and the path to their front door each time it snows and you will receive 10 hours of community service credit at the end of the winter."

    And, as McKeon concludes, "just the fact that they know there's somebody out there who is going to help them out makes a big difference in their lives,"

    If you are senior citizen, age 65 and older, who needs your snow shoveled or a student or resident who wants to volunteer, sign up for the snow shoveling program at www.where-to-turn.org, or call 718-966-6531.

     

    See this entire article in the SI Advance. 

     

    http://www.where-to-turn.org/history.php

     

     

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