SEPTEMBER 22


Join us for 1D2G to make a difference in our community and around the world!


SCHEDULE:

8:10am – Continental breakfast at Outlook

8:30am – Greetings and prayer in the Commons

8:40am – Release to work sites

9:00am – Begin work, complete around noon



PROJECT LIST  (SIGN UP HERE)


Lifeline Meals – We're teaming with Lifeline Meals to package at least 30,000 meals to be shipped overseas. Volunteers will work in an assembly line at Outlook to package the meals. Minimum volunteer age is 5. Great project for families!  Project leader:  Andrea Elstro, aelstro@hotmail.com.

 

You can pay for some of the meals we package, at only 22 cents per meal!  $1 pays for 4.5 meals!  $5 pays for 22 meals!  $30 pays for 136 meals!

 

Kenneth Butler Memorial Soup Kitchen – This soup kitchen in Greenfield serves a vital ministry to the hungry in our community.  This project involves a thorough cleaning of the facility.  Project leader:  Kevin Harvey, kjharvey1988@gmail.com.

 

Agape Horse Therapy Farm – A nonprofit that provides horse-riding therapy to kids and adults with disabilities.  We will help with various maintenance and grounds-keeping projects at this site on the near Southwest side of Greenfield.  Project leader:  Robert, roberthdres@sbcglobal.net.

 

Lambswear – A nonprofit and Outlook ministry partner that provides gently used clothing to children in need in our community.  Volunteers will help sort clothes and package them for distribution.  Project Leader:  Patty Strother, patty.strother@lambswear.org.

 

Smoke Detector Project – This team will install smoke detectors in homes in the neighborhood near Post and 42nd Street.  Project Leader:  Ron Hulet, Ron.Hulet@anthem.com

 

Teacher Encouragement – This team will meet at Outlook and handwrite notes of encouragement to teachers serving kids in our surrounding communities.  Project Leader:  Chris Ball, chrisball823@aol.com.

 

Daycare – Volunteers needed to provide daycare at Outlook for children under the age of 5 whose parents are serving on a 1D2G project.  (Must have completed a background check with Outlook).  


Food Drive for Angel Connection (local food pantry) Any Sunday until Sept. 17, and on Sept. 22, you may drop off any of these food items at Outlook:  cereal, canned chicken, hamburger helper (any kind), juice boxes, pudding cups, crackers, and apple juice.  NOTE:  Currently there is not a need for canned soup or canned vegetables.


Thanks for serving!