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Bags of Living Hope
$15 Raised
0% of $5k goal
2 contributors
2 Years running
BAGS OF LIVING HOPE is just what it says. Donated bags of non-perishable emergency food stuffs to aid in food security in a community in transition.  I have started feeding programs in a couple of different ... More ...

              BAGS OF LIVING HOPE

My name is Jon McKissick.  I have done every job in a food bank from bagging beans and rice to serving as the President of the Board of Directors.  I have started feeding programs in a couple of different cities.  Since moving to Spokane I have attended a church called Living Hope.  Even our Pastor, Sean Lumsden calls it, "a funky little church in the funky part of town."  Ours is a community of people in transition.  People in recovery, people coming out of the justice system, low income families and seniors. Our church serves as a meeting place for 12 step and support groups many times a day, every day of the week.  

Bags of Living Hope are just that.  Bags of emergency non-perishable food stuffs.  Bags that help people stretch their food budgets and in some cases, just survive another couple of days. Bags that are available in the church for the community on a blind kindness, pay it forward, honor system. If you need one, take one.  If you can donate one, donate one.  Both with God's blessing and with prejudice to none.

With extreme couponing, frugal buying and help from other food banks we are underway and it's a hit!  But we need help.  Every penny goes to purchase food for a  community in real need.  

There is no overhead, no salaries or expenses (except for food)

If you can help...thank you, bless you and come see us!

Living Hope Church

918 E. Garland / Nevada & Garland

Spokane, WA 99207

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