I’m writing today to share how Meals of Hope helped me change my life — and to ask you to support others like me.
A couple of years ago I went through some really tough financial times. I was laid off from my job, had some unexpected medical bills, and literally did not know how I would get my next meal. I was very depressed.
I heard about a local organization that gives free food every week at Lely Presbyterian Church*. I went to the church the next Monday afternoon and saw the Meals of Hope truck and people were setting up tables and putting out the food. I was embarrassed to find myself in this position as I had always paid my own way, but now, I needed help. I quietly got into line and waited for my turn to select food.
For the next several weeks my family and I relied almost solely on Meals of Hope for food, which allowed me get back on my feet financially.
My family and I now find ourselves in a much more positive situation. I have a job, we have a roof over our heads, and my children don’t have to wonder about where they will get their next meal.
I thank Meals of Hope for all they have done for me and my family.
*The Lely Presbyterian Church pantry (110 St. Andrews Blvd., Naples) is open every Monday from 3:30-5:30 p.m. We also provide pantry services at these four locations throughout the week:
River Park Recreation Center
301 11th Street N.
4 p.m.-6 p.m.
ARRIVE at/LLEGAR a/ARRIVE nan 3:00
Greater Naples YMCA
5450 YMCA Rd.
3 p.m.-5 p.m.
ARRIVE at/LLEGAR a/ARRIVE nan 2:00
Golden Gate Senior Center
4898 Coronado Pkwy.
2 p.m.-4 p.m.
ARRIVE/LLEGAR a/ARRIVE nan 1:00
Please call/Preguntas: por favor llame/Kesyon: Tanpri rele
Judy at 239-596-8990, Ext. 103