Written by David Golbert Friday, 26 February 2010 00:00
“I am 91 years old. I served in World War II. I struggle every day to make ends meet. The hot meals and encouragement I receive at the INN are the only things that keep me going.”
William is a regular guest at the Interfaith Nutrition Network soup kitchen in Hempstead. His story is one of survival and compassion. At the INN, every guest is treated with dignity and respect and love.
It has been my good fortune to have witnessed the life changing support the INN has brought to so many individuals and families in need. If you have had some good fortune in your life, please join me in supporting the Interfaith Nutrition Network’s 19 soup kitchens and three emergency shelters.
Every $25 we receive means 10 meals for Long Islanders in need. And every meal we serve changes someone’s life for the better. We’re not just serving food, we’re also serving love.
“Let no one go hungry, while there is food on our table.”