Done-in-a-Day gives those with limited availability opportunities to participate in one-time service projects. Prospect United Methodist’s Faith in Action Committee is asking you to share your time in one of the following done in a day projects. If you are interested in helping in any of the following projects, click here.
Foodshare is a regional food bank that works toward that vision by getting food donations from the food industry and distributing them to 300 food pantries, community kitchens, homeless shelters, and other partner programs.
One of their goals is to involve the entire community in our work to solve hunger — that means us! One of the opportunities they offer is to help with food sorting which means we would work a 3 hour shift either in the morning or afternoon inspecting and sorting frozen meats, bread, produce, and other food items.
Fight Against Hunger
PUMC collects the following items to put in snack bags for kids in our community.
- Single serving meals
- Single serving cereals
- Single serving applesauce or fruit cups
- Juice Boxes
Family Promise of Central Connecticut
Support congregations for this project provide volunteers to stay overnight at the host church, to prepare meals, or to set up and transport cots. Support congregations can also provide volunteers to work at the day center.