TAM members donate $1,000 to St John’s Food for the Poor Program
The needs at food banks are increasing daily and thru generous donations of TAM members we are privileged to be able to provide a donation of $1,000 to the St John’s Food for the Poor Program in Worcester.
The program at the unique St. Francis Xavier Center in Worcester, Massachusetts is a nonprofit charitable organization. Volunteers serve up to 700 hot nutritious meals a day, five days a week. Free food and support programs are available to any man, woman or child in need of food regardless of race, color, creed, gender or way of life.
The organization is headed by Fr. John Madden, pastor of St. John’s Church, Bill Riley, manager of the St. Francis Xavier Center and Frank Carroll, chairman of the St. John’s Food for the Poor Committee. They have put together an army of volunteers including active and retired executives; experienced food service managers; restaurant owners; finance, marketing, advertising, legal, human resources and medical professionals; and many other willing hands to make our organization function.
To learn more and to donate your time or resources to this organization, please visit their website.