A simple brown paper sack may not have much meaning to most. It’s simply a container that can hold so many things. For those that want a basic human necessity like something to eat it can mean everything. We don’t judge who may be in need, we are just a group of volunteers doing a small part to give back to those who need a helping hand. A small gesture, a little time, a sack lunch full of nourishment and overflowing with CARE.
Every week we meet and put together a sack lunch that consists of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, an applesauce, a sweet (granola bar or krispy treat), and a salty (chips or popcorn). Lunches are assembled, packed up and delivered to Serve Moses Lake, the Sleeping Center and to the Food Bank for distribution to those in need.