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February 8, 2017

Grateful Guest Gives Back

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On January 23rd, Loop Ministries once again hosted our monthly Food for the Soul Luncheon. Guests were welcomed with adorable snowman centerpieces (made by team of helpers from Lifetime Assistance and our volunteer coordinator, Doris Gaspar) and shared a

Client Story, Food for the Soul, Food Insecurity

The Loop Ministries Food Program serves people ranging from childhood through late life. We serve the physically and mentally disabled, U.S. Veterans, and multiple orientations and ethnicities, predominantly African American, Caucasian, and Hispanic. Regarding employment, those who come are unemployed, partially employed, and “under” employed, indicating that a full time

Food Insecurity, Food Pantry, Poverty
November 20, 2016

November Food for the Soul Luncheon

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Loop held its monthly Food for the Soul luncheon on Wednesday, November 23rd. Guests were treated to a full Thanksgiving feast, complete with beautiful centerpieces designed by our volunteer coordinator, Doris Gaspar. Loop is very grateful for the members of the Lifetime Assistance work program who assembled the centerpieces and

Food for the Soul

In 1978, a group of loving parents – with the backing of local and state agency leaders – founded an organization to give their children with developmental disabilities the tools to achieve the highest possible level of independence and satisfaction. These parents wanted their children to have opportunities to develop

Community, Food for the Soul
November 14, 2016

October Food for the Soul Luncheon

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My trip to the Food for the Soul Luncheon was one of the first times I had left the house by myself after my hip replacement. It was nice to get out of the house for a bit, even if it was freezing and there was talk of an inch of

Food for the Soul