Volunteers Pack More than 1 Million Meals

Oct 17, 2012 | News | 0 comments

On Saturday, October 6, A Time to Help volunteers gathered at the Masonic Temple in Detroit to package over 1 million meals for feed the world day in cooperation with Kids Against Hunger.  Five hundred thousand package swill go to local agencies like Gleaners Food Bank, and 500,000 meals will be used by Rhema International for their missions in Haiti, which supports the Have Faith Haiti Mission. 


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