The World Central Kitchen is once again on the move. They are filling trucks with food and supplies to prepare hot meals for the displaced persons in the Ukraine. We hope you will join us on Sunday, May 15th, to help us raise some money to send to the WCK to assist in this effort. The music will start at 3:00 pm and run until 8:00pm. Tickets are $50 each. General admission.
Let’s raise some money to fill up those trucks.
From the World Central Kitchen:
“The WCK team remains in awe of our partners across the region working day and night to feed people in need—we’ve seen incredible courage from Ukrainians showing up every day to cook in cities under siege. It’s our honor to be able to support these teams in ensuring that everyone is met with a warm, nourishing meal, and we are so thankful to all of our supporters who have come together to show the power that a plate of food can hold in even the darkest times. Thank you.”
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