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Your Help is Needed to Host a Food Drive!!!

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Women Who Care Ministries

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 35 people are interested

We are looking for individuals, groups, churches, companies, fraternities, civic groups, etc. to host a food drive for us in support of our Helping Kids Eat Weekend Meal program. Once schools starts in August, we will be feeding at least 2,500 low income children in elementary and middle schools with kid-friendly non-perishable food items that they take home from school on Fridays for weekend consumption.

We need your help. We have a very simple way you can participate in a food drive with us or have your family, group, etc. host a food drive for us.

In our area, about 3 out of 4 kids experience hunger during the weekend when they are not being fed at school. We need your help! Gather all your friends/and or coworkers and lets work together to feed less fortunate kids in our area! We would like it if your group or organization would host a food drive. Upon request, we will email you basic steps for conducting a food drive along with our wish list with desired food items! Let’s work together and make a difference!

"Child Hunger - So Serious Yet So Solvable!"

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About Women Who Care Ministries

Location:

19634 Club House Road Suite 325, Montgomery Village, MD 20886, US

Mission Statement

To restore men women and children to wholeness; so they may become stablilized and self-sufficient.

Description

Founded in 2001, we are a nonprofit organization established to restore men women and children to wholeness through several program areas: food pantries for families, a Helping Kids Eat Backpack Weekend Food program to ensure school-age children don't go hungry over the weekend, when free and reduced meals aren't being served; homeless and domestic violence assistance, re-entry programs for those incarcerated, life skills workshops for those entering the work force; mentoring groups for youth and assistance with substance abuse recovery.

Children & Youth
Community
Hunger

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

19642 Club House RdSuite 620montgomery village, MD 20886

(39.17421,-77.20775)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • 2 hrs to host food drive or participate in one
  • A heart to serve those in need

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