Cape Coral resident, Zachary Panino, 14, and a dozen of his family members volunteered to separate turkey meat for the Thanksgiving outreach, Feeding the 5000, at Lamb of God Church off Estero Parkway. More than 400 volunteers are working together this week to prepare and deliver 6,500 meals to people in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades counties. The volunteer outreach is still looking for drivers on Thanksgiving and monetary donations. For information, visit www.feedingthe5000.net. Original article published by the News-Press.
By Amy Sowder. 'Tis the season for giving, and possibly nobody knows this better than the Feeding the 5000: Thanksgiving Mission led by the Lamb of God Church in south Fort Myers. The mission will need volunteers beginning Sunday, Nov. 18, through Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 22.
By Jean Amodea. November 9, 2012 – Southwest Floridians, churches, organizations and even students are preparing to stretch out their hands in compassion and love during the upcoming holidays – and they need your help. Lamb of God Church, in Estero is hosting its 10th annual “Feeding the 5000,” that will supply a traditional Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings to the needy in Lee, Collier, Hendry and Charlotte counties. Cheryl Frogge of the church’s steering committee said the drive is a grass-roots effort of neighbors helping neighbors where every penny raised goes directly to the provision of meals. Last […]