When was the last time you grabbed a group of friends or family and spent a night volunteering? Volunteering doesn't have to be boring and when you get a group of friends together you can have fun making a difference.
The summer slump has hit for a lot of organizations in Amarillo. People are not on schedules, lots of families are taking vacations, and therefore saving every dime for their vacations. During the summer giving slows way down.
Every single day in Amarillo and in our Texas Panhandle Community a person or a family goes hungry. They don't know where their next meal will come from. It's a scary thought that 1 in 7 people here in the Texas Panhandle are food insecure.
What do you get when you combine Dr. Seuss and some fish? One would think one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish, but not so much. This time you get an evening of fun helping out a wonderful organization.
Hunger is a real thing in our community. You would be surprised at how many people in our city go hungry each and everyday. Most of those hungry have jobs and work hard, but it comes down to paying for gas or eating. Paying for prescriptions or eating. Paying for electricity or eating. This is …
It is always a sad thing to see someone hungry, especially kids. This Saturday, May 14th, you can help by donating can goods in the national 'Stamp Out Hunger' drive. The post office has been doing this for over 20 years and this year you can help!
If you are looking for a fun event for kids then you definitely want to mark your calendar for this fun event. It's Kid's in the Kitchen with the Junior League of Amarillo and the High Plains Food Bank.