As part of Feast of Justice’s mission of empowering and transforming lives, we are developing an advocate voice for our guests so they are able to communicate with their elected officials about matters that affect them. Volunteers will be present at the beginning of cupboard sessions to distribute information about how to contact elected representatives regarding issues which impact our guests and the community.
On March 25, we hosted A Taste of Hope—a fun evening to celebrate Feast of Justice and to raise funds for our programs. In addition to a meal together, the night was filled with raffles for over 25 gift baskets prepared by our volunteers and our supporters. Together, we raised over $3000 for our programs—which will help us as we enter into the slower
As we transition into the Spring, more volunteers are needed to help our programs continue. Volunteers are needed for direct service during times of distribution, for helping us to unload deliveries and pick up food from partners, for administrative tasks like computer and office support, for developing programs to educate our community and more. The list of volunteer opportunities seems endless—and the need is
On Tuesday, April 11, Feast of Justice, in conjunction with God’s Grace Lutheran Community, will host our annual Thanksgiving at Easter meal and celebration. It is a time to gather the community together for a Thanksgiving meal (complete with turkey and all the trimmings!) and a time of Easter community worship together. We invite you to join us for this celebration—doors open at
Last year, we initiated a community garden that helped to grow produce for our guests. This year, as we continue this program, we hope to also use it as a source of education in urban gardening for the community. Do you have a green thumb or do you want to develop one? Contact us to sign up to help out with the garden project.