Feeding those in need

    Feeding those in need


    Dear family,


    As I packaged nearly 100 bags and boxes of food and baby supplies this morning (see picture above), I was reminded that my mother was truly a good woman doing God's work on earth.


    She made a profound impact through the Food Pantry she ran, a legacy that lives on in my heart.


    Her stories, etched in my memory, spoke of compassion, of going beyond the shelves of groceries to deliver nourishment, hope, and solace to those in the shadows of hardship.


    One particular story remains vivid—a struggling young family with a newborn and two young children, their father toiling day and night to make ends meet. Mom's deliveries weren't just about sustenance; they were about connection, about being a beacon of empathy and guidance.


    Today, I find myself on a similar path, driven by her spirit. Yet, our shelves are bare now, the pantry depleted. The children we serve, our pediatric mission's heart, await their daily sustenance.


    In desperate need, I turn to you, our community of compassion. 

    Your support, even in the smallest measure, can change lives.


    Your generosity in providing three or more meals will not only nourish those in dire need but you will receive a token of our appreciation—a handmade quilt, each stitch a symbol of our gratitude.


    Our goal is simple and needed: 100 meals weekly, a lifeline for nearly 15 individuals each day. These meals aren't merely sustenance; they are a lifeline for families like the one my mother selflessly served.


    You will be extending care and nourishment to those who need it most!


    Your generosity will touch the lives of our pediatric mission children and families and echo in the halls of Food Pantries, much like the one my mother ran with unwavering dedication until 2008...when she passed at only 62 years of age!


    Together, let's continue this legacy of compassion, one meal at a time.


    Make a difference today by heading HERE to ensure no child or family goes to bed hungry.


    With heartfelt gratitude, Wendy


    P.S. Your generosity transforms lives. Join me in honoring my mother's legacy.




    -----From a physician we help...he sees to the medical needs of children no one else seems to be able to help ❤️-----





    We do what we say we do!

    I am begging for your help with The Pediatric Giving Mission.
    We will send you a gift for your help. 
    ---Some of the many wee ones we've helped---

    ---HELP IF YOU CAN----

    Here is a post, from a recipient of what we do,.

    L**** and I were one of the precipitants of This mission. She is right. My parking was 9 per day for 3 months. Then on top of that food cost me approximately 15 per day. That was cheap - I got vouchers for $5.00 per meal. So somedays I did not eat or made meals last for more then one meal. Had to. Parking was $810. Food was $1,300. Then you have normal household bills and I have 3 animals I had to pay to have people come and take care of them. At first I had my dog in the Kennel for 1/2 the time. That was about 500. It is VERY expensive to have a sick child. That was Just ONE hospital stay. We have had numerous ones. Some only a few days, some a week or two. Without their help we would of gone fully under!

    From providing necessary funds to actually having families stay with us...we DO what we say we do!






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