Join us on April 19 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem as we package meals with Stop Hunger Now, the Raleigh-based non-profit that provides nutritious dehydrated meals which are shipped to support school feeding and crisis-relief programs around the world.
The meal packaging takes place from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m., and a $25 fee per person helps defray SHN’s costs for supplies and shipping the meals abroad.
When the North Carolina Council of Churches decided that the focus of its 2012 Critical Issues Seminar would be on food, it only made sense to partner with a homegrown organization that has done so much to address this issue worldwide. Eating Well for Ourselves, For Our Neighbors, For Our Planet runs from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and offers a series of workshops focused on food as a social justice issue. To register for the entire seminr, with or without Stop Hunger Now, go here.
Even if you can’t join us for the seminar, we hope you’ll share about an hour with us at the meal-packaging. By paying below, you will be registered only for the Stop Hunger Now portion of the day.
–Aleta Payne, Development and Communications