“Pennsylvania’s Department of Public Welfare announced that on May 1, people under 60 with more than $2,000 in savings or other assets will be barred from receiving food stamps. People over 60 would have a $3,250 cap. The food stamp program feeds 1.8 million Pennsylvanians, including 439, 245 in Philadelphia.”
“Two ragged children sharing a can of chicken noodle soup for dinner. A photo of that scene was printed alongside a recent local newspaper article.”
Hello! Little Lad Lunch meets the needs of less fortunate in the city of Philadelphia urban section by providing lunch bags and food to individuals with no income or low fixed income. LLL fed over 3,000 families in 2011. We are extending an invitation to you to see if you would like to help sponsor/partner with our outreach ministry.
We have nothing to gain but the comfort of knowing that we are filling empty stomachs.
Financial gifts to this mission are tax-deductible. If you choose to give onlineor send in a check, please make the check-out to Little Lad Lunch, and this can be mailed to P.O. Box 23109, Phila., PA 19124. If you have any questions or would like more information, please call us at 888.530.1999 ext. 2 or email us at email@example.com.
Mission Statement: To Feed Our Community & Share Our Faith
Purpose Statement: To Bring Jubilee To Our Community By Providing Food Through The Bread Of Life
Core Values: C.A.F.E. Community. Affection. Family. Excitement.
Scripture: John 6:9 “There is a lad here who has five barely loaves and two fish…”
State Senator Shirley Kitchen’s
Thursday, January 26, 2012
SHARE Food Program
2901 W. Hunting Park Ave. — at SHARE Food Program.