This serves as a kind of billboard to post needs & availabilities, and help match the two. 
Please notify Mike Casserly at (612) 708-9216 or pepinsailor@comcast.net
 if you have a pathway to charitable giving for all members to consider, one which you're directly involve in. We'll post it here.
Donations for people in need...............
If you are needing a tax receipt, please create the your own document, bring it with you to the meeting and ask the receiving member for his/her acknowledgment.
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Member:
Ron and Bea Hasselmann
are members of St. John's Lutheran Church which contributes weekly to the Grace Temple food shelf and also serve on Grace Temples' Homeless Ministry Team.
  • Contributions of blankets, sleeping bags, coats, mittens/gloves, hats, scarves, socks, and towels are donated by Ham and Eggs Club members, Giebenhain Dental staff and clients, and many other friends. 
  • Rev. Glarushia Davis and the Hasselmann's deliver food and the above mentioned supplies weekly to the many homeless people living under the Metro area bridges. 
  • Food items and other items are also given to the people at Harbor Lights(Salvation Army).
  • To give, please notify Ron and bring your goods to Ron at Ham and Eggs. Ron will do the rest. 612-209-5888 or   952.933.5559.
      ronhasselmann@gmail.com
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Member:
Les Sharpe said "I for one am willing to take good stuff anybody brings in, and personally transport it to Mount Olivet for Pastor Scott to distribute. Many others probably could offer similar routes to Service through Charity".
Les will make delivery to Mount Olivet Church in your name. 952.944.2568 leslieasharpe@gmail.com
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Member:
Dick Atkinson
asks you bring food to VEAP.   
952-920-6598  or 952-484-3915
 https://www.veapvolunteers.org
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Guest Speaker:
Bridging...........
Fran Heitzman, Founder, and past guest speaker on two occasions explains “We Furnish Homes With Hope”. Bring your lightly used furniture and accessories to their location  or call ahead to arrange pickup.   952.888.1105   http://www.bridging.org