Here is where you’ll find the Food Bank
Here’s the Fresh Markets and Mobile and Pop-Up pantry schedule
500+ Christmas arrived in Fredericksburg at the Greenbrier Shopping Center before 7am Saturday. Less than an hour later, the Fredericksburg Host Lions Club, with the help of some Boy Scouts, had those trees out of the truck and in place to be sold.
6:47am-Greenbrier Shopping Center. 500+ Christmas trees arrive for the Fredericksburg Host Lions Club. Ken Lapin holds the first tree off the truck.
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“This Giving Tuesday, we’re not just asking you to give; we’re inviting you to become a cornerstone of our support structure. You are as crucial to us as the threads that make up a tapestry—strong, resilient, and vibrant.”
Jason Tickle updates the building of 20+ homes. Homes well underway in Bowling Green and Milford. Opportunities for volunteer involvement and giving financially. habitatofcaroline.org
Most participants round up their electric bill to the next whole dollar, but gifts can also be a set monthly amount or a one-time donation.
Many senior citizen & disabled adult Angels have not been adopted yet.
Maddie Reid, Von Young and Allie Names talk about the importance of Giving Tuesday. We talk about guidelines for giving a pet as a gift, Safe Haven foster training and Silent Night at the Shelter. fredspca.org