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A Special "Thank You" to all of the volunteers in Windsor Ontario Canada for packing 120,000 meals for Haiti. 600 volunteers packed all of the meals in 1 hour and 10 minutes. A big thank you to the Scott Family and the great folks at Ground Effects. These meals have been already been delivered in Haiti.
These are awesome No Chid Hungry Hunger Heroes!!!!!!!!
On THANKSGIVING MORNING, NO CHILD HUNGRY and the CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE'S partnered to provide a hot breakfast for nearly 250 of Orlando's homeless. Coming in for breakfast not only offered a hot cup of coffee and a hot breakfast, but also a break away from the cold 39 degree temperatures. Thanks to all of our friends who came and to all of the volunteers and donors who made this possible.
Orlando area Presbyterian churches came together to pack 50,000 meals on Saturday November 2nd. Over 250 "Hunger Heroes" packed 50,000 meals in two hours. The meal-packing event will took place at Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church at 1655 Peel Avenue in Orlando from 9-11 A.M. This collaborative effort is the first of many being launched by the Orlando area churches to bring congregations together and make a solid impact on our world.
We are so grateful for this effort with NO CHILD HUNGRY to pack meals that will be distributed in Orlando (25,000 meals) and in the country of Haiti (25,000 meals).
The South Florida No Child Hungry Team along with volunteers from Palm Beach packed 10,000 meals on Saturday the 19th. Half of these meals are being distributed in Belle Glade near Palm Beach and the other half will go to Haiti.
A Special thank you to Garry and Sherry Glickman for sponsoring this event.
Way To Go Emily, Kate and the South Florida Team!
Forty Ocoee community "Hunger Heros" came together at the Fifth Third Bank on Ocoee-Apopka Road to pack 10,000 meals. NO CHILD HUNGRY is so grateful for all who participated. A special thank you goes out to our sponsors from McDonald's, Fifth Third Bank, Publix, Walgreens, Westwood Church, and the Ocoee community.
We look forward to packing events every other month at Fifth Third. To get more info, stop by the bank or contact William Lowry (321-436-7767) or email@example.com.
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The Excutive Team at Florida Hospital East joined together in some friendly competition to pack NO CHILD HUNGRY Hunger Shmunger meals to be distributed locally and abroad. Their 10,000 meal packing event was completed just in time for distribution to local efforts and for an international team headed to Haiti.
Great job Florida Hospital. You continue to demonstrate your organizations goodness and God's love in our community!
Donation Made In Memory of Bob Hudson and Orville Jones
This past year brought the loss of two dear friends who have loved and supported the MNC Team for several years. After living to be 100, Orville could look back at decades of leading mission trips all over the world and around the U.S. On more than half of those trips, you would find Bob, who lived to be 78, working by his side building hospitals, clinics, schools, churches, and homes in developing countries or poor areas within the United States.
Driven by compassionate hearts and a passion to make a difference, these men gave of their lives to impact the lives of others in a meaningful way.
MNC has graciously received a donation in their memory from their families to support the Good Samaritan School in Port Au Prince. Their work continues!
Life is Good intentionally promotes its positive message of life through a philanthropic arm called "Playmakers". Playmakers is rooted in the belief that "Life can hurt, but play can heal". Children only get one childhood. Play is the medium through which children explore, learn, connect, and joyfully engage with the surrounding world.
Consumed by fear and powerlessness, traumatized children stop playing, connecting with others and experiencing joy in the world around them. The Playmaker approach to playfulness provides children with opportunities to feel creatively engaged, safe, loved, and joyful. This type of transformative play helps children build relationships with key people in their lives and enables them to build resilience in the face of life's greatest challenges.
Playful loving relationships help kids heal. "It's all about the relationships. The magic is not in the play, but in the loving, joyful relationships that play helps to build.
Florida Hospital Global Missions Initiative is committed to extending the healing ministry of Jesus Christ throughout the world. Providing Florida Hospital employees with an opportunity to serve, they are committed not only to give for a day, but to teach for a lifetime. It is their goal to help those around the world improve their lifestyle and health. They share the priniciples of holistic medicine and seek avenues to partner with them. MNC is proud to partner with GMI on projects at home and abroad.
Hand in Hand Soap is a company who understands its environmental impact. From day one they set out to create a soap that was as eco-friendly as possible with products made from sustainable resources, and harvested ethically. As such, Hand in Hand Soap is certified by both the Natural Products Association and Fair Trade USA. "To have a product that is truly eco-friendly, means more than just having natural ingredients. We have found that many natural soaps use ingredients that ultimately come from intentionally cleared rainforests, which was something that we wanted no part in. Every ingredient in our soap is not only natural, but it is harvested and grown in an environmentally friendly way."
Shades-Hopes-Dreams is a non-profit charitable organization that encourages everyone to boost the fight against cancer. They hold social gatherings nationwide and use donations to improve the quality of the lives of men, women, and children who suffer from this terrible disease. MNC and SHD partner in fundraising, volunteer efforts, leadership collaboration, and projects. MNC is proud to partner with this important organization.
Clean Ethics distributes their products through three distinct channels: Private Label, Bottle Bright, and Clean In Kind; their corporate initiative that gives Bottle Bright to people in vital need of clean water containers through transaction based giving. Clean Ethics creates uniquely formulated non-toxic and biodegradable cleaners for drinking containers and beverage systems. They are changing the way people sanitize these hard to clean drinking vessels by providing a solution that is safe, effective, and convenient. Their aim is to offer products with minimal impact to the environment and maximum benefit to the consumer.
The mission of International Children's Rescue is to rescue kids from poverty in the Kenscoff Haiti area, educate children for a better life by establishing orphanages, learning centers, vocational schools, and sports or recreational complexes, help young adults learn in the areas of agriculture, masonry, carpentry, mechanics, and basic computer skills. They seek to provide ways to make the community more sustainable.
They seek to not only encourage children to develop and grow spiritually but also to have an education so they can become valuable assets to their community and country. Their hope is to be a beacon in the community where they can help as many individuals as possible achieve their God given talents. Their plan is to work with local authority and other governmental agencies to make the community better and self-sustaining.
Deliver the Difference is a very important partner with our No Child Hungry feeding program. Their mission is change lives one meal at a time. They deliver the difference to families and children in need and work to change lives locally, in disaster areas, and around the world. They are locate din Lake County Florida, but along with MNC reach around the world.
We are proud to partner with an organization that has such a great vision. Together MNC and DTD are mapping out a strategy to fight hunger at home and abroad.
Last year, DTD packed and distributed well over 750,000 meals including Kidspacks, Remix meals, and packaged meals. This year, that number could double.