Ten lucky listeners will be picked to work side by side with the KMLE 108 on air staff this Saturday, August 28 from 8am to 12pm as we prepare and package 50,000 meals for the hungry. In support of the Stop Hunger Now Organization, we are partnering with Sanderson Automotive for this event and will be taking over the Sanderson Ford showroom. If you would like to be one of the lucky 10, please send us your contact info via the link below and briefly explain why we should pick YOU!
If you’re not picked, you can still help the hungry by bringing non-perishable food items for the Phoenix Rescue Mission to Sanderson Ford anytime between 9am and 12pm on Saturday, Click here for a map to Sanderson Automotive. The Phoenix Rescue Mission is partnering with Stop Hunger Now to help local families suffering from food insecurity. The Mission is especially in need of peanut butter and jelly and canned tuna.
http://kmle108.radio.com/tag/phoenix-rescue-mission/ follow this link to enter the contest.
Nicole Peña, Director of Outreach at the Phoenix Rescue Mission, accepts a check to feed the homeless from employees at Todd's Foods in Phoenix.
Todd's Enterprises, Inc. in Phoenix knows what it takes to feed hungry people. For four decades Todd's has provided high quality soups, sauces, salad dressings and a variety of other fine food products to luxury hotels, national chain restaurants, grocery stores, health care facilities, schools and universities. Now, through a grant from their parent corporation Heinz, Todd's employees chose to feed the homeless by sponsoring more than 4,500 meals at the Phoenix Rescue Mission dining room this Fall. Phoenix Rescue Mission estimates that each meal it serves costs $1.92.
Todd's graciously chose to support the Mission's Early Bird program, where businesses, churches and individual donors can cover the cost of meals in the month's leading up to our annual Thanksgiving Banquet.
Todd's warehouse sits approximately two miles west of the Phoenix Rescue Mission shelter. The Mission is thankful to have neighbors like Todd's who care about the homeless and the hopeless and offer their support. The mantra of the Mission is: "Hope Starts with a Meal". Todd's has certainly served up stock pots full of hope.
Make the Souper Bowl of Caring part of your game plan this Sunday, February 7th as the Saints take on the Colts for Super Bowl XLIV. Last year's Souper Bowl participants brought in over 2,000 pounds of food for our pantry. This year's goal is 5,000 pounds of food. We think we can do it, but we need your help!
You organization, church or business can compete for a chance to win prizes and for the title of “Souper Bowl of Caring Champions” by collecting canned food for the Mission. Competitors are invited to the Mission's Family Outreach Center located at 3532 West Thomas Road, Suite 9 between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to weigh in their contributions, register for the Grand-Prize and participate in a food packing and service blitz!
To register to participate email Marlena Padron at email@example.com or call 602.272.4663.
Find out more about the Souper Bowl of Caring by visiting www.souperbowl.org