Louisville Faith Community Plans Food Drive
Faith Community Reaching Out to Help Louisvillians
Louisville Faith Community launching city-wide food drive during COVID-19 pandemic with C-TAC and AARP Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Too many families and older Louisvillians are struggling to meet life’s most basics living needs. In collaboration with local Faith Communities, Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC), and AARP Kentucky are seeking to help those most in need as the pandemic continues.
Who: Louisville Faith Community volunteers; Coalition to Transform Advanced Care, and AARP Kentucky.
What: A city-wide food drive will be collecting non-perishable food items. Other needed items to help Louisvillians due to coronavirus pandemic: paper products, laundry, dental items and bottled water.
Where: Two public drop-off locations are available:
• Christ Cathedral of Praise, 711 W. St. Catherine Street
• Christ Way Baptist Church, 237 E. Breckinridge Street
When: Saturday, February 27 – Noon till 3:00 p.m. EST
Why: Lifting each other up during this pandemic is what we do in Louisville. Join local churches and the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care in supporting a food drive for those in need due to COVID-19.
More details available: aarp.org/Louisville.
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