Our 501 c3 non-profit organization is pleased to offer a free Christmas Lunch to our Georgia Veterans in our community & family members who find themselves displaced or in need this Christmas season on December 28th 2019.
To make this event possible, we are soliciting donations and volunteers to help us achieve our goals. We will be serving Lunch (beginning at 11:30) in downtown Atlanta (420 Courtland St) & Gainesville on December 28th; volunteers will be required to help with food preparation, serving, deliveries, and clean up prior to signing up to serve. We are currently in need of the following items:
(Our Goal/ items still needed in RED – updated on Friday DEC 13th, GREEN ITEMS ARE GOOD TO GO)
|140/ 12 (15-20lbs) Turkeys||8/8 Aluminum foil rolls (industrial)|
|60 /60 Whole pork butts||160/ 160 (24 packs) Case of Water|
||10/ 10 Gallons of milk|
|200/200 (#10) Whole Kernel Corn||3000/1500 To Go – Clam Shells|
|200/200 (#10) Green Beans||2000/2000 Disposable Plates|
|80/80 10-OZ Cans of Cheddar Cheese Soup||4500/ 4500 Plastic Cutlery Set|
|600/ 400 Lbs of Chicken||100/ 100 Industrial Size Trash Can Liners|
|1500/1500 Count Plastic Gloves (S, M , L, XL)||4000/4000 Count Paper Napkins|
|4000/ 4000 Dinner Rolls (optional)||50/50 Lbs of Butter|
|120/120 Lbs Cheddar Cheese||120/120 Lbs Mozzarella Cheese|
|500/300 Disposable LG Aluminum Roasting Pans||80/80 boxes of Stuffing Mix/Bread|
Since 2007, we have served our communities stretching across four cities in Georgia. The most impressive portion of this experience is the 400+ teenagers who have helped us prepare, cook, and deliver food to the streets of our cities and personally served their fellow man. This embraces the original goal for our nonprofit and provides a huge level of pride serving our community and providing the youth civic awareness and real-life experience. Since our inception, we are proud to have provided HOT meals to over 21 Thousand humans in our Georgia streets.
Thanks in advance for helping us to communicate our efforts and all of your continued efforts.
Oscar Antonio La Madrid III
SSGT USMC RET