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星期五, 12月 16, 2016

生命麵包12/25免費供應聖誕餐

Bread of Life will host its annual Christmas Day Dinner on Sunday, December 25, 2016 from noon to 2:00 p.m. at Malden High School, 77 Salem Street, Malden. The dinner, as always, is free of charge and open to anyone in need or alone for the holiday, including families and senior citizens. No reservations are needed. Guests will enjoy a special holiday meal of roast beef and turkey with the fixings, bread, dessert, juice, tea & coffee. Guests may enter from Ferry Street or through the rightmost entrance on Salem Street. The site is handicap accessible.
​About 35% of the people served by Bread of Life's food pantry are immigrants from China or southeast Asia, and the same percentage holds true for Bread of Life's holiday meals at Thanksgiving and Christmas. These events not only provide a hearty meal, with bakery items and fruit to take home, but they also provide a great time for guests to socialize with each other and meet new people.
The annual dinner is sponsored by Project Ezra volunteers Dr. Ed & Dr. Jon Weiner & friends, Temple Tiferet Shalom of Peabody and Congregation Agudas Achim Ezrath Israel of Malden, and the office of Malden Mayor Gary Christenson. The event provides about 800 meals, including over 500 meals delivered to homeless families and to senior citizens who are home-bound.

Bread of Life welcomes additional volunteers to help in these areas:

Bread of Life is a faith-based nonprofit organization based in Malden, MA that brings  together over 500 volunteers from our 46 partner organizations and the community at large to offer free food – over 1 million meals per year - to neighbors who are low-income, unemployed, homeless, senior citizens or disabled. Services include evening meals held four nights a week in Malden; food pantries serving residents of Malden, Everett, Medford, Melrose, Saugus, Stoneham, Reading, N. Reading, Wakefield and Winchester; grocery delivery to senior citizens in public housing in Malden, Everett, Melrose, Medford and Wakefield; and food delivery to homeless families sheltered in local motels. For more information, see www.breadoflifemalden.org.