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Thanksgiving is a time that we set aside to thank God for the many blessings we have received and those that are yet to come. However, not everyone in our neighborhood has their loved ones nearby to celebrate with and some families are struggling to make ends meet. This year, we want to host a very special event! What makes this event so special is because we are celebrating our community! This is an opportunity to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner and share a meal with others! Bag Ladies: Fighting Hunger & Homelessness will be a unique experience that will bring diverse people together to promote understanding, awareness, and community building. This is more than just an expression of empowering our men and women of the Chicago-land community, but an action of celebrating all that is good about life!
Providing meals and care packages for less fortunate families is such a small offering, yet it can make a huge impact in the community. Every little bit helps. Please keep in mind that leading participants of this event will receive the opportunity to endorse their brand or company, as we are expecting news and media in attendance.
I ask for you to come out and participate with Bag Ladies this year and spread the word that we, as young leaders, want to serve those who are not as fortunate to receive what we sometimes take for granted. We are serving with love and appreciation. Whether you would like to make a monetary donation, provide wish-list items for our guests’ care packages, or simply your time…any donation will help. If you would like to participate and receive more information about Bag Ladies: Fighting Hunger & Homelessness, we can be reached at 312.709.4862 or at firstname.lastname@example.org via email.
Thank you again for your time, and I look forward to seeing you Sunday, November 24th.
“Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve.”
-Martin Luther King Jr.