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Trenton Area Soup Kitchen

From the Desk of the Executive Director

Hi [fname],

The first quarter of the year has been incredibility busy and very productive.  Already we have served more than 51,000 meals.  We have expanded our satellite meal service program to include providing an afternoon meal 5-days a week to the Hamilton community at the Medallion Care facility.  We are also actively involved in working out the details of a new project, Send Hunger Packing. The new program will enable us to provide 40,000 weekend meals to more than 325 children throughout the year. The Sending Hunger Packing will be collaboration between TASK and the Mercer Street Friend’s Food Bank.

Further details on this exciting new partnership will be forthcomings shortly.

Thank you again for your continued support.

Please click here for more TASK’s updates, events, and success stories.

With Gratitude,

Dennis Micai

Dennis C. Micai
TASK Executive Director
 


Summary

TASK Partners with YMCA of Trenton to Build a Happier, Healthier Kid

On Saturday April 26th, TASK and the YMCA of Trenton will host Healthy Kids Day at 431 Pennington Avenue in Trenton NJ from 10am to 2pm. The event will feature a variety of performances, arts & crafts, face painting, games, food, and more.

Healthy Kids Day is FREE and all are welcome.

For directions or more information please Click here or contact Walter Sarfo, Community Relations Specialist at Walters@trentonsoupkithcen.org or (609) 695 5456 ext. 109 

Happier, Healthier Kid




A Short Video of Success

In TASK’s Adult Education Program (AEP), progress is a daily occurrence, however raising nine grade levels in a year is a quite the feat.

In 2012, Rayon Cauthen joined TASK’s AEP with a 3rd Grade Education level. Today, he has achieved his GED, has a full-time job with benefits, and is in the process of enrolling in Thomas Edison State College for Entrepreneurship.

Click here to see a short video of Rayon’s journey.

Rayon Cauthen




Caroline Myss Presents Fifth Lecture to Benefit TASK

On Friday April 30th, at 7pm at the Bart Ludeke Center Theater at Rider University, best-selling author, pioneer and international lecturer in human consciousness, Caroline Myss, returns to the Mercer County area for a 5th lecture to benefit TASK. Caroline Myss is the author of five New York Times Best-Sellers: Invisible Acts of Power, Sacred Contracts, Why people Don’t Heal and How They Can, Anatomy of the Spirit and Entering the Castle. This year, Myss will speak on The Seven Soul Passages and their relation to life’s inevitable experiences.

Click here to purchase tickets or for more information

Caroline Myss


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We are in need of Food and Hygiene Donations

Current Items Needed

  • Fruit Singles
  • Pudding Singles
  • Chef Boyardee microwave cans
  • Spaghetti Sauce - no glass jars please
  • Salad Dressing
  • Juice Boxes
  • Shampoo
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrushes
  • Deodorant
  • Bars of Soap
  • Disposable razors

Delivery hours are Monday through Thursday from 8:00am to 5:00pm and Friday and Holidays from 8:00am to 1:00pm.



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For more information about TASK, please visit our website at www.trentonsoupkitchen.org or call us at (609) 695-5456.
 

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