For I was hungry and you gave me to eat . .
Take a Sack
Each Thursday, the hustle and bustle of food distribution overpowers the quiet that generally prevails the Good News Outreach offices located at 242 Lafayette Circle in Tallahassee. Through the cooperative efforts of organized community volunteers, individuals who see service to the hungry as their personal ministries, and Good News Outreach employees, nearly five hundred people per month stop in and “take a sack” of groceries home with them. To fulfill this mission, Good News Outreach partners with America’s Second Harvest of the Big Bend, Farm Share, Publix, local churches, restaurants, school groups and private donors. This cooperative effort makes our food ministries feasible. Recipients must meet income eligibility guidelines.
Above: Students from ITT's Brekinridge School of Nursing help in many ways on days when people come to "take a sack".
Right: Individuals from many churches help in the support of our Food Ministries, including these two Sisters from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. ...
Put Your Faith into Action. . .
Financial support is critical. Tax deductible donations can be made on the “How to Donate” page of our website or mailed to: Good News Outreach, PO Box 3304, Tallahassee, FL 32315-3304.
The willing hands of volunteers are also needed if you feel called to help the hungry. Volunteers from religious and civic groups are also welcome. Contact us at 850-412-0016 or send an e-mail to email@example.com to learn more about volunteer opportunities.
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