Make sack lunches or sandwiches for hungry and homeless men, women, and children. Lunches should include at least a sandwich (either meat or peanut butter and jelly), a sweet item, and a salty item.
According to the CDC website Current evidence on coronavirus strains shows that while coronaviruses appear to not live on food, food hygiene, and good food safety practices would prevent their transmission through food. We ask volunteers to practice good hygiene and wear gloves while preparing lunches.
Donation Delivery: Sack lunch or other prepared food donations are accepted at the Kitchen Receiving Door on the East (back) side of the Garland Thompson Men’s Center (2705 N 20th Street East) Monday-Friday 9AM-6:30PM and Saturday/Sunday 10:30AM-6:30PM. Look for the metal roll up door, then ring the bell for assistance.
Open Door Mission is a Gospel Rescue Mission providing basic needs and life-changing programs for the homeless and needy.
Open Door Mission is a Gospel Rescue Mission founded in 1954.
Open Door Mission is a Gospel Rescue Mission that meets the need of individuals and families while inspiring HOPE for lasting change that breaks the cycle of homelessness and poverty. Daily, Open Door Mission offers 917 safe shelter beds to those experiencing homelessness, serves more than 3,500 meals to feed the hungry and empowers more than 1,000 people living in poverty to remain in their own homes through homeless prevention resources.
To meet the basic physical needs of the hungry and homeless, the Open Door Mission's Day Facility Services provide free transportation from the downtown area to Open Door Mission and Lydia House.
Open Door Mission offers life-changing programs for those recovering from life-altering addictions and abuse to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
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