The Alamance NAACP, Life’s Journey UCC, and the Bynum Center would like to thank Company Shops Market Co-op Grocery Store for their generous donation of ingredients for last weeks Community Supper.
Alamance NAACP members prepare jambalaya, rice and beans, and collards for the second Sunday meal, in the kitchen of Life’s Journey UCC kitchen. Meals are supplemented with drinks, ice, paper products, sides, and desserts by individual volunteers.
Members of Life’s Journey UCC and the Alamance NAACP’s Feeding Committee volunteer, sharing fellowship and a nourishing meal at the Bynum Center with community members of all circumstances.
The Bynum Center hosts 60-80 people on second and fourth Sundays for the Community Supper program.
The second and fourth Sunday Community Supper program is an ongoing collaboration between local individuals, organizations, and businesses. Free hot meals are provided to adults and children who are in need, with the long term goal of creating an opportunity for community members of all circumstances to sit down and share a meal together.
Anyone interested in volunteering or providing food or financial donations for the support of this program, please contact the Alamance NAACP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 332.260.4399.