Saturday, February 16, 2013

Swords into Plowshares

The 30 hour famine started yesterday. Five young women dedicating their next thirty hours, with no solid food, into helping the hungry, the homeless, even The Farm.

Yesterday they spent three hours making plarn that will be crocheted into sleeping mats for the homeless; before heading over to the food pantry to lend a helping hand.

Today they will help out at The Farm cleaning buckets, get cleaned up themselves before going to the St, Vincent dePaul Store to straighten out merchandise.

Living witnesses to the phrase: I am second


jeff noel said...

It is better to give than to receive. Looks good on paper. Looks brilliant in the hands and feet of God's servants. Well done.

Patty Hebert said...

They worked hard and raise over $1,000 for World Vision.