Meet our FHL Community Interns, students who are learning about marketing, philanthropy and operations in their respective degrees. FHL Community is proud to come alongside our IUPUI student community in fostering their continuing education. Our Interns this semester are: Toheeb, Zach, Ben, Caleb, Jillian and Manisha.
Our Missional Food Pantry Care Teams spent a great night for the 2nd Glendale Seventh Day Adventist Missional Food pantry. It’s just exciting to see how receptive the recipients are to prayer and salvation and how excited our Missional Food Pantry Care Teams are to be able to share the love of Christ let alone the wonderful food they get to recieve! Listen to the testimony from Dr. Silvers.
Our Table Talk topic October 10th was about SNAP – Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and was presented by Indiana211. A special thank you goes out to Olive Garden for sponsoring our lunch. The featured speaker was Alexa Hornak of Indiana211. Lydia Davis, FHL’s Missional Food Pantry Coordinator was also a featured speaker.
The next table talk will be….
November 14, 2019 TableTalk in Krannert Hall @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Indiana Interchurch Center Corporation, Krannert Hall, 1100 W 42nd St # 110, Indianapolis, IN 46208, USA
TableTalks are held every 2nd Thursday from 11am-12:30pm
A candid interview with Pastor Tony McGee while their missional food pantry served that morning. Watch as he shares what happened in his church and the local neighborhood after they took the missional food pantry conference training.
You are invited to the next FHL Table Talk on Thursday, Sept 12th at 1100 W. 42 Street from 11-12:30pm.
Monthly Table Talks are aimed to bring the neighborhood food pantries and soup kitchens together (and other community resources) to encourage and be encouraged, to learn from others and to teach others and to bring the awareness of redefining the deeper role of food ministries in our community.
Do you know the worth of an hour of volunteer work? According to Independent Sector: $25.43. At the last Table Talk, we discussed about the value of volunteers and how to care for them. The food pantries were also honored for their great contributions to the community.
Currently, about 63 million Americans volunteer about 8 billion hours of their time, talent, and effort to improve and strengthen their communities. With the new Value of Volunteer Time, these Americans are contributing approximately $203.4 billion to our nation through nonprofit organizations of all types. The release of this figure coincides with National Volunteer Week, April 7-13, a program of Points of Light meant to celebrate the power and impact of volunteer service. – Independent Sector