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Trenton Area Soup Kitchen

From the Desk of the Executive Director

Hi [fname],

Congratulations. The cold weather has ended and Spring is finally here! To kick off the season, on May 30th, renowned writer and lecturer Caroline Myss will make her fifth benefit presentation on behalf of TASK at the Bart Luedeke Center at Rider University. We still have a few tickets available, if interested please Click here to purchase tickets.

In addition, TASK has published its blog titled, Stories of a Soup Kitchen. The blog is composed of stories from patrons who have used our services, as well as the staff and volunteers of TASK.  Our supporters and Patrons offer a perspective on life that is often unheard by the rest of the world. The blog serves to give them a voice in the conversation. Please Note: The blog tells uncensored first person stories and may contain strong content.

Lastly, on April 26, TASK and the YMCA of Trenton collaborated for the first time to bring Healthy Kids Day to the city of Trenton. The event was a super success! More than 400 families came out for a fun-filled day of entertainment and healthy activities. Click here to view photos from the event.

With Gratitude,

Dennis Micai

Dennis C. Micai
TASK Executive Director
 


Summary

Caroline Myss: “The Hottest Ticket on the New Age Circuit”

On Friday, May 30th, Caroline Myss, best-selling author, spiritual teacher and renowned lecturer in human consciousness will give her fifth lecture to benefit the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) at 7pm at Rider University's Bart Luedeke Center. All proceeds from this event will be in benefit to TASK.

Myss, regarded as “The Hottest Ticket on the New Age Circuit,” has expanded her national tour and will explore her topic of the seven soul passages at her next presentation. Her lectures have raised over $275,000 for TASK.  We hope to see you there.

For more information or to purchase tickets click here.

Caroline Myss




Stories of a Soup Kitchen: A Father’s Story

Earlier this year, TASK launched a blog titled “Stories of a Soup Kitchen.” The blog is composed of stories from patrons who have used our services, as well as the staff and volunteers of TASK. TASK’s patrons offer a perspective on life that is often unheard by the rest of the world. This blog serves to give them a voice in the conversation.

Please see our most recent blog entry My Life as a Father, written by a student in our Adult Education Program.  The writer shares his feelings of growing up fatherless and explains how that experience molded him to be the provider, teacher, and friend that he is to his children to this day.

A Father’s Story




Healthy Kids Day a Super Success

On Saturday April 26th, for the first time, the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) partnered with the YMCA of Trenton to host Healthy Kids Day.

The fun filled day featured a variety of programs from the YMCA of Trenton, and entertainment by the Sacred Heart clowning academy.  TASK provided over 400 healthy lunches for children and their families.

Click here to see pictures from Healthy Kids Day 2014.

Healthy Kids Day
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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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