Photo: Funds raised by NC’s Community and Justice Services program were recently donated to the breakfast program at St. George’s Anglican Church. Pictured are Terry Holub, coordinator of the program, Michelle Swaerdens (NC professor) and Jessica Davis (NC Placement coordinator).
Students of NC’s Community and Justice Services program have reached out to help those in need.
The students recently presented a $2,500 donation to the Community Breakfast program at St. George’s Anglican Church in St. Catharines. The program serves breakfast every day of the year to anyone who comes in. Currently, about 70 people each day are served at a cost of 80 cents per meal. The donation will be used to purchase milk, bread, coffee and margarine for about a month and a half.
Clients consist of the working poor, the mentally ill and other people in unfortunate sitations.
Four students of the Community and Justices Services program visited St. George’s Anglican Church with NC professor Michelle Swaerdens, Placement coordinator Jessica Davis, and program coordinator Terry Holub to present them with the funds on April 22.