Give Back Cincinnati hosted it's FALL FEAST at the Duke Energy Center, 1200 meals were delivered to shut-ins, and food was serve to nearly 2000 on site. Anyone from the Greater Cincinnati area that needed a holiday meal or a place to go could come.
More than a thousand people were taken care of, by hundreds of strangers, not by feeding them, but by simply being their brother's keeper. According to Erin Klotzbach from Give Back Cincinnati, " That is the main goal to make them feel special to let them know we're all coming to the same banquet table." Five hundred volunteers from Give Back Cincinnati joined by Crossroads Community Church, City Gospel Mission and other local churches did more than feed families, they nourished relationships with strangers and they were all the better for it.
Sherman Bradley of City Vice President of the City Gospel Mission says, "here you get face to face they put their pants on one leg at a time just like you do." There's no serving meals here, there's only sharing them. connected by food fellowship, like so many family dinners this day a family of strangers celebrating Thanksgiving.
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