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03 December 2009
Homeless Soup Kitchen Volunteer or Wrap Gifts for Children: Charity
When: December 12th 10am-12pm
Where: St. John’s Bread & Life, 795 Lexington Avenue btw Patchen Ave & Malcolm X Blvd, Brooklyn
Meetup Details: It's time to give back! We are all so blessed and at this time of the year, people who are in need feel it more than ever. This is your opportunity to give back with a group of people who have the same goals as you. We will meet at the soup kitchen, wrap gifts, serve food and then afterward go eat lunch ourselves and have a good time.
Please provide your first name and last name when you rsvp. There's a volunteer form that I have to fill out and return.
*Please rsvp with intergrity. If you rsvp yes, please show up. Otherwise, please change your rsvp to no.*
New Yorkers are facing unprecedented hardships this holiday season. Volunteering is a wonderful way to give back by donating your time and service to struggling NYC families. Please join Culturally Savvy People as we lend a helpful hand at St.John’s Bread and Life in Bedford-Stuyvesant, BK. Volunteer duties will consist of gift-wrapping Christmas presents for homeless children or helping out in the shelter’s food pantry.
Blurb about St. John’s Bread and Life per a Yelp reviewer:
The soup kitchen for the 21st century! Newly renovated, three floors state-of-the-art facility! In fact, calling them a soup kitchen does not do them justice. St. John's Bread and Life is the largest emergency food provider in Brooklyn, feeding 1,000 people a day.