A Time to Help: October 2012

Sep 28, 2012 | News | 0 comments

Project: Feed the World Day – The Kids Against Hunger Coalition

volunteers will meet at the Masonic Temple to package and assemble 1 million meals for hungry families and children around the world. 500,000 meals will go to local agencies like Gleaners Food Bank, and 500,000 meals will for to Rhema International for their missions in Haiti, which benefits The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries’ and Mitch Albom’s, Have Faith Haiti Mission charity.

Date & Event: Saturday, October 6, 2012   |   11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

The Kids Against Hunger Coalition is a humanitarian food-aid organization that aims to significantly reduce the number of hungry children in the USA, as well as feed starving children throughout the world. Fulfilling this mission requires a vast food packaging capacity to meet an endless demand for food. The goal of the organization is for its meals to provide a stable nutritional base from which recipient families can move their families from starvation to self-sufficiency. Kids Against Hunger accomplishes this by mobilizing the energy and caring of American children, teens, and adults on behalf of hungry children around the world.

Volunteers are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and closed-toed shoes.

Event Event Meeting Location: The Masonic Temple  |  500 Temple Street   |  Detroit, MI 48201

Event Organizer: Rachael Williams  |   rwilliams@drmm.org    |   (p) 313-993-4700


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