Month: December 2016

Loaves & Fishes

Dec 16, 2016

Loaves & Fishes
Helping our Community

A cold morning indeed, but our hearts were warmed by the incredible outpouring of support we saw throughout the day. We had the opportunity to pick up donated food items at two local schools, Stoney Creek Elementary and Huntingtowne Farms Elementary. The amount of food donated by the families of the children at those schools was extraordinary. We were truly in awe. What an honor to play a small role in that effort. To learn more about the amazing work being done at Loaves & Fishes, or to make a donation, please visit their website: https://www.loavesandfishes.org/



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