Monthly Archives

September 2017

Community Food Cupboard

Feast of Justice operates several programs for the community.  One program is the Community Food Cupboard.  The food for this program is donated by individuals, churches, food drives, grocery stores, and restaurants.  We also purchase food using grants and donated money.  We offer breakfast foods, meats, dairy products, foods to build meals around, fresh produce, bread, desserts, condiments and personal care products.  We have the

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Food Programs At Feast Of Justice

As our food programs continue to grow and change, we would like to highlight what the programs are doing for the community. There are several different programs that provide food resources to the public: Our Community Cupboard provides ample quantities of non-perishable and perishable foods monthly to our guests via a shopping model.  Since perishables only last so long, we also offer fresh produce

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Adult Computer Drop-In Center

Recently, we have learned that many of our guests do not have access to computers in their homes.  We are excited to announce that in September, we will be opening our new adult computer drop-in center, allowing our guests access to computers while they are on site.  Initially, the center will be open for drop in use once a week, but eventually, we hope

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School Readiness Program

By providing school supplies, our school readiness program aims to ensure that our children are prepared to learn and succeed in the classroom. On August 22 and 23, we distributed 140 packets of supplies to 75 households.  These packets included a backpack, composition books, spiral books, pens, pencils, scissors, folders, binders, rulers, glue sticks, crayons, markers, and colored pencils. Thanks to our donors who

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Reading Buddies 2017

Reading Buddies Summer Camp was attended by twenty–two children.  The children participated in Reading activities, arts and crafts, and outdoor activities.  The highlight of this year’s program was the children’s participation in meal preparation.  Thanks to our partnership with Einstein Nutrition, the children prepared breakfast and lunch for themselves.  On Fridays, Christine and Fred also helped the children cook their own meals. During the

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A Note From the Director

“Dear friends, love one another, for love comes from God.” 1 John 4:7 All are welcome.  A simple phrase that we consider to be a part of our mission to empower transformation.  Poverty has no single appearance—it affects all ages, all ethnicities, all neighborhoods.  We believe at Feast of Justice that no one should be hungry—whether they are recently unemployed, permanently unemployable, or even

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