SPRING, Texas – Seven volunteers from the Plentiful Harvest Kitchen delivered 400 kilos of meals to 40 senior residents Monday, January 16, at a senior residing neighborhood in The Woodlands, Texas.
The meals distribution was a part of a two-month program designed to assist native senior residents really feel supported, cared for and fed.
“It makes an enormous distinction,” stated senior resident Jerry Myers. “The meals they convey is crucial and actually cuts down on month-to-month bills, however greater than that, it exhibits us and others that folks nonetheless care sufficient to be right here with us. We’re not forgotten. It’s important. It is so vital and I recognize it a lot.”
Due to neighborhood associate Dealer Joe’s, who donated all the meals for the day, Plentiful Harvest volunteers have been in a position to present contemporary fruits, greens, Italian muffins, cheeses and even flowers to the aged residents. Volunteers helped fill the baggage, contemplating every individual’s want and greeting them with hugs and smiles.
“That smile,” stated volunteer Mike Thomson, “that is why I do it. It simply… fills me proper up. I am unable to think about what would occur if we weren’t right here to assist all these nice folks. We want one another.”
Plentiful Harvest Kitchen is a non-profit group devoted to feeding the physique, nourishing the soul and reworking the neighborhood. In 2022, AHC fed greater than 106,000 households. As wants develop all through the neighborhood, so does the group. The nonprofit is at present working to handle a $60,000 shortfall to make sure it could keep open in 2024. For extra info or to donate, go to www.harvestkitchen.org, e mail