AssistantDirectorMay2017 Please click the above link to see the details. This is a full-time paid position.
FEAST DAY—Tuesday, November 15 (LIHEAP Assistance Available) Food, fellowship and resources! Doors open at 10am with coffee available. Lunch is served at 12:30pm followed by prayer and praise service by St. John’s Church. FEAST NIGHTS—Thursday, November 10 (LIHEAP Assistance Available) and Thursday, December 8 Enjoy a hot meal and some community fellowship! Stay after the meal for a lively prayer and praise service offered
Serving the Community by Volunteering In order for Feast of Justice to serve the community as we do, we need over 200 volunteer hours each week. Our volunteers are local neighbors, partner congregation members, students and others seeking community service hours, guests of our programs, retirees through the RSVP program, and those seeking job skill development. We look for individuals to participate in direct
Feast of Justice Partners with Philadelphia University Feast of Justice is excited this year to be partnering with Philadelphia University to sponsor two new mental health counseling students. Ayisha joins us as an intern and Dora as a practicum student for the school year. They both bring unique experiences and interests. From Dora: I have worked with parents suffering with issues of grief and
A Taste of African Heritage October marks a new set of nutrition programs, run by our Einstein Better Start partners, and sponsored by Oldways Inc. “A Taste of African Heritage” teaches traditional cooking methods through a healthy plant-based menu. This week, they are cooking with beans—black-eyed pea salad and coconut red beans. The students learn, cook together, eat together, and even take ingredients home
Holiday Food and Gift Programs at FoJ Tis the season—for helping Feast of Justice help families in our community through our holiday food and gift programs. This year, we anticipate distributing over 1000 turkeys and food baskets, and over 300 toys and clothing gifts. So the need for donations and volunteers is greater than ever. Can you help? Donations needed: turkeys, canned vegetables, yams,
Applications are being accepted now; deadline is October 28! Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center Programs Include: Culinary Arts (16 weeks) Housekeeping (9 weeks) Front Office (16 weeks) Contact Mrs. Council-Grant, Recruiter @ 215-236-7700 x325 for more information or visit the website: www.philaoic.org
Open to the public for distribution of food and services: T 9-11:30, W 5-7:30, F 9-11:30, Sa 2-4:30 Open to receive donations: M 9-12, T 9-12, Th 9-12, F 9-12