Campus ministry plans volunteer trip to homeless shelter

By Michael Bevelaqua
November 9, 2000

by Michael Bevelaqua
staff writer

Attention! Campus ministry is welcoming anyone who is interested in volunteering their time at a homeless shelter. The dedicated people of campus ministry have an event titled “Outreach” that will take volunteers to neighboring homeless shelters and soup kitchens.

One of the events planned for this Saturday, Nov. 11 is a trip to St. John’s Episcopal Church located in Norristown.

This is a trip to a soup kitchen and volunteers will help prepare and serve food to those who are either homeless, unemployed or severely down on their luck.

Volunteers will also be going to St. Frances Inn, which is located in Kensington. This is also a soup kitchen and the volunteers will help prepare and serve food.

Volunteers will also be lending a hand an another soup kitchen located in Germantown at St. Vincent DePaul Church.

If volunteering at a soup kitchen does not appeal to you, then there is an alternative.

Also on Saturday, Nov. 11 the Cav-pride group will be visiting a shelter in Chester. At this shelter, volunteers will play will children giving them an ear to ear smile.

If you are interested in participating in any of the events being held this weekend, do not hesitate in contacting campus ministry. Campus ministry will provide transportation, but you need to sign up as soon as possible to ensure a spot.

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