My husband and I recently returned from a ten day mission trip to the Cheyenne River Reservation in South Dakota. Our group brought a semi-truck and two Penske trucks loads of food, supplies, clothes and furniture to distribute to the local Lakota people. They were so grateful and gracious for the things we brought and all the work we did while there.
There are hungry people all across America, yet not all are lucky enough to have a mission team or a soup kitchen to help them. Our community has been blessed by the generous contributions and volunteers of the local churches, individuals, and businesses that provide for the Gettysburg Community Soup Kitchen which enables us to feed those in need every single afternoon of the year.
Contributions also helps us with our food voucher program and pantry assistance. We can only provide these much needed services because of our loyal donors. On behalf of the many guests who benefit from the Gettysburg Community Soup Kitchen, we ask that you consider making a tax deductible donation to the Soup Kitchen.
Thank you for your consideration.
Kathleen Redding, Gettysburg Soup Kitchen’s Community Liaison