“Let’s Make a Kitchen” a Success

Our November “Let’s Make a Kitchen” drive to collect kitchen utensiles for the homeless and needy in the community is off to a rousing start.

Thanks largely to our youth members, in the first week, we collected two large barrels full of donated kitchen utensiles. That’s an amazing start and will make a huge difference in the lives of those who are struggling with poverty in our community.

Thank you to all who have contributed so far. And remember, there’s still time for those “orphaned” and unused items cluttering up your kitchen cabinets and drawers to be adopted by a new and loving home! Collection barrels are in the narthex and Collins Hall during Coffee Hour.

Update as of November 13:  Today we received another full barrel of donations in the narthex.  This brings our total to three barrels as we approach the halfway point of our effort.  Thanks to Megan and all the youth (and others!)

Our Kitchen Barrels are overflowing thanks to Megan and our youth utensil drive!

who have contributed, it will make a huge difference in the lives of those less fortunate than we.