I just came back from my “grocery shopping”. It’s free. Interested? 🙂
Years ago, I approached our local grocery store (a national chain), and asked them if our church could pick up and distribute their end-of-shelf-life (ESL) food once a week. One simple question, and they said YES!
So, Frank and I (and other families) get their ESL food once every two weeks. It’s enough to feed us for the month, so we donate what we would have spent on grocery money to feed orphans in Uganda.
With each participating family donating what they would have spent on groceries to feed the hungry, $2400/mo PER STORE can be generated to fill hungry tummies on the other side of the world.
If you’re interested in talking to your grocery store or have questions, please e-mail me for information!
When they had all had enough to eat, he said to his disciples, “Gather the pieces that are left over. Let nothing be wasted.” John 6:12