Being thankful and living in a state of gratitude is a choice. Everyone has difficulties in this life and goes through different times of testing.
Having “family” roots is more than immediate blood relations. It’s community.
What makes living in the Middle Peninsula area, Gloucester and Mathews more specifically, is the rich generosity and compassion of this community towards all within this community.
Leading a growing nonprofit ministry initiated in 2010 that serves hungry and poor people whether they’re homeless or housed year round, I can attest to this.
May I please say, we are very, very thankful?
Covid has challenged our donations intake, both monetarily and materially, but even more, has drastically affected our volunteer pool.
Nonetheless, we have a faithful committed core who are the backbone of this ministry that helps us keep our mobile food bus going forward and feeding people whether they walk up to our property, schedule food deliveries during the w...
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