A Sanctuary In Time Of Need
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Friendship House operates Andrew's Place, which functions both as a year round emergency shelter for elderly homeless men and as a short term emergency shelter for recent graduates of residential rehabilitation programs. A hot, simple supper is provided every night by volunteer teams from nearly thirty organizations and groups. Besides bringing wonderful meals, nearly all of the 350 volunteers seem to understand that it is community for which we all hunger. Most sit down and eat with the residents, learning their names and sharing their stories. This ministry of table fellowship over the last five years has dramatically improved the communal atmosphere of the shelter. Click to view the Supper Serving Schedule. To sign up to provide an Andrew's Place supper, contact Roxane Blake at email@example.com.
Supper at Andrew's Place
Epiphany House Supper Program
Located at 722 N. union St, Epiphany House provides homeless women with thirty to forty-five days of shelter while they find a job and receive counseling. Each weekday evening, a different group of Friendship House volunteers provides the six residents with a hot meal and the support of their company and fellowship. To get on the Epiphany House supper schedule, contact Roxane Blake at firstname.lastname@example.org.