Volunteers from Finger Lakes Christian Fellowship will be collecting food as part of its Canning Hunger ministry from residents of the Ken-Mor Estates neighborhood in Seneca Falls on Saturday, April 18th. The food collected will be given to the Seneca County House of Concern for distribution.
Residents interested in participating in the food drive are encouraged to gather shelf-stable foods such as canned soups, canned fruits and vegetables, pasta, cereals, and boxed meals from their pantries. Volunteers will go door-to-door to collect the food donations.
Volunteers will return to the Ken-Mor Estates neighborhood on the third Saturday of each month to collect food for six month. Those interested in donating food on a regular basis can sign up with the person collecting or may call the Canning Hunger ministry leader, Jason Martin at 315.283.0060.
Jason Martin says of the ministry, “It is a blessing participating with folks from our community to meet the needs of those in our community. Jesus said in Matthew 25:40 that when we give to the hungry, we give to Him.”
To learn more about Finger Lakes Christian Fellowship’s community outreach programs, please call the church at 315.568.5691 or visit their website at www.fingerlakeschristian.org.