Give of yourself: Hunger
Here’s a sobering fact. In Haiti, children eat cakes of dried mud to fill their stomachs.
There are a billions of mouths to feed and we do it one plate at a time, one cup of rice at a time, one handful of maize meal at a time – across the U.S. and around the world.
Our churches double as soup kitchens. Our Sunday school rooms become food pantries. Our volunteers work as cooks, grocery shoppers, delivery people. Whether it’s tucking a “snack pack” into the back pack of a child, delivering a bag of groceries to a family living in a motel, or taking Sunday dinner to an elderly veteran, we want to do our part. And there's always room for more hands.
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• HealthOriginally Posted: Apr 27, 2011