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House of Mercy Food Pantry is in need of some deliverers for our Mobile Food Pantry! Two times a month we deliver 25-45 bags of food to multiple Senior Apartment Complexes and we are in need of more volunteers to help us get them their food! We need YOU!
How it works is you will come to House of Mercy in Manassas, VA to pick up the bags two Thursday mornings out of the month. You will fill your vehicle (preferably a larger one) with all 25-45 grocery bags full of food, then you will deliver them to the Apartment Complex of that day. Once at the Apartment Complex you will have to unload your vehicle of the bags and bring them all inside, so their patrons may gather them. You will also have to stay for about 15 minutes to wait for and document whomever comes to receive their bag while you are still there. Everyone is to be treated with the same love and mercy Jesus would have treated them with! Then you are free to continue on with your day! There is no need to report back to House of Mercy afterwards unless of course you have the desire to volunteer more time here on site(which we would love and welcome!), or shop at our Thrift Store! Thank you so much for wanting to serve our local community through us!
8170 Flannery Court, Manassas, VA 20109, US
About Missionaries of Our Lady of Divine Mercy, operating as "The House of Mercy"
The Missionaries of Our Lady of Divine Mercy is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to
serving the poor through the spiritual and corporal works of mercy. This includes not only the financially poor, but also the poor in spirit, the forgotten, the lonely, the sick and dying. Anyone with a "hole in their soul" is served through this outreach. We believe in the dignity of every human life and strive to bring the message of God's love and mercy to each person we serve. Our motto is "Mercy is a verb".
The House of Mercy, founded in 2005, performs charitable works throughout the northern Virginia area, targeting Manassas, Manassas Park, Gainesville, Haymarket and surrounding Prince William County area. While its primary mission is to feed the hungry, its members also perform service work with the elderly, the sick and dying, the homeless and others in need. New areas of service include life skills development in job search and networking, ESL and GED tutoring, reading programs, and financial literacy.
We'll work with your schedule.
House of Mercy8170 Flannery CourtManassas, VA 20109
January 9, 2020