The VanCamp sisters conducted a very fruitful food drive for the St. Mary’s Caring Feed the Families summer program.
If you have a desire to help others, here’s your chance!
Operation No Starvation is a program designed to foster volunteerism and instill a spirit of giving in kids ages 6 to 17. Operation No Starvation focuses on hunger prevention through fundraising and food drive campaigns for St. Mary’s Caring. The initiative is designed to inspire kids to engage in community service and begin building a volunteer portfolio, while working with a team of their peers to develop leadership skills.
Operation No Starvation team members are those who want to make a difference in their community. We provide the resources they need to put together their own projects, in addition to group campaigns that target specific programs for the soup kitchen.
During monthly meetings, participants will gain an understanding of the needs in their community, share ideas on how to combat hunger and design projects. Team members will track their time, and upon completion of 75 community service hours they will receive a Service Recognition Certificate.
Our next meeting is Saturday, May 20 from 2 to 3 p.m. at the soup kitchen. Call 301-863-5700 to register.