Soup kitchens in America originated around 1929 when the effects of a growing depression began. The need for soup kitchens was felt even more so when the tailspin in the economy worsened in 1932, and 12 million Americans, about 25 percent of the normal labor force, were out of work. It is hard to believe the need for food pantries and supper programs is still great in the year 2017. LOOP Ministries relies on donations of food, time, talent and monetary supplements to sustain the demand of hunger in Rochester, NY.
Giving Back through Photography
There are so many ways to give back to your community; either through time or talent, it doesn’t cost a thing, and the return is pretty awesome. Read more…
While volunteering for a Dance-A-Thon at the Avenue D R-Center in Rochester, NY to support the issue of #DomesticViolence, I met up and coming professional boxer, Andrew Murray. He spent the afternoon helping to raise an awareness of #DV in support of Resolve of Greater Rochester through connecting with and mentoring children and teens. We will be working together to share his incredible story of where he was and where he is going, this is his #HeartWork ❤ #TNB #CHAMPIONSWEDONTLOSE
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