Monthly Archives

October 2017


Consider Volunteering at Feast of Justice

Our volunteers are our strength.  Volunteers make up more than 2/3 of our workforce hours.  But we can use more in new ways.  Therefore, we are reaching out to our partners as we work to strengthen our volunteer program.  This is a good way for partners to get involved and give back! Our next volunteer orientation sessions are on October 14 and November 4

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Annual Meeting

Feast of Justice is holding its Annual Meeting open to the public on Thursday, November 9, from 6:30-8pm.  This will be a chance for our partners and volunteers to understand more about the current state of the organization, to get an update on hunger issues in our community, and to learn about the directions we plan for the future. Guest speaker for the meeting

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Words of Thanks

Thanks to Empire Beauty School, who offered a day of beauty for our guests and volunteers on September 16.  Students from the school donated their time to offer haircuts and styles to 35 people from the Feast of Justice community.  Thanks for the generous donation of time and talents, especially to instructor Liz! Thanks to our community partner, PJP Marketplace, who held a benefit

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Holiday Baskets and Holiday Food Drive

Thanksgiving and Christmas will be here before we know it.  This holiday season we will be distributing approximately 1000 Holiday Food Baskets complete with all the trimmings. Additionally, we will distribute over 350 toys plus hats, scarves, and gloves to help at least 150 families at Christmas. For the food baskets, we need donations of turkeys, canned yams, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, corn bread/muffin

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A Note From the Director

“sometimes, you can become rich by being generous” Proverbs 11:24a Whenever Feast of Justice serves the public in a new way or through our existing programs, many blessings emerge.  In our programs, we always strive to meet the needs of others, but in doing so, we also receive blessings ourselves.  I love to see how volunteers are transformed through this work—how they might discover

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