City University teams up with Mid-South Food Bank!
“We are bringing over 30,000 pounds of food to heavily affected areas in Memphis. Today, we distributed at City University in Whitehaven. Tomorrow, we will be at Orange Mound Community Center at 2 o’clock. We will then take it to Frayser and distribute at the Ed Rice Community Center at 2 o’clock on Thursday.
All clients will need a government issued ID and a MLGW bill with the matching name or address of their ID.  If you know anyone in need, send them our way!”

If you have  school-aged children, in need of breakfast and lunch this summer, simply text “FOOD” to 877877 and receive a message with the closest location where they can get free summer meals. 

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On five Wednesday evenings in May, June, and July, Oak Court Mall will be hosting a variety of live music acts, along with food sampling, gift card giveaways, goodies from their merchants, selfie stations, and more! These events will take place from 5-7 PM, and are free and open to the public.

Join Oak Court for the 2016 Wind Down Wednesday kick-off! Enjoy live music from Chinese Connection Dub Embassy and sample delicious food from American Wing Company. You could also win a $100 American Express Gift Card from Oak Court Mall!

FULL MUSIC LINEUP:

May 25th – The Chinese Connection Dub Embassy

June 8th – The Clay Markley Crisis

June 22nd – Andrew Fenohr

July 13th – Gerald Morgan, Jr.

July 27th – Deneka LaShea

RSVP on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/768833746550419/ and can visit the website for event updates: www.oakcourtmall.com

 

 

Don’t forget this Saturday is the Women’s Extravaganza “Just Breathe… No Matter What”. Please purchase your tickets at https://indomitablewomen.yapsody.com/event/book/22927/137121

All tickets purchased will be entered into many raffles including a vacation giveaway! Come enjoy complementary Mani’s and Pedi’s, food by Robinson Catering, and various vendors! Proceeds benefit families affected by incarceration!

Have a great work week!

Crystal DeBerry, LMSW – Executive Director

Indomitable Women of Incarcerated Men, Inc.

4821 American Way Ste 200G | Memphis, Tn 38118

901-334-6948

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We just want to let you know that Trinity is here for anyone in need.  God put it upon our hearts to let the people know.  If there is someone out there who need help with food, clothing or even shelter if we have available space, please contact us at our office at (901) 786-1220 or (901) 729-7180.

We also have reserved beds available for men and women on probation with no income.  Food and clothing is available now for anyone, including working people as well.

Please feel free to call us if you or someone you know are in need.

God Bless Each of You!!!!!!

Staff Team

Trinity Community Coalition Outreach, Inc

425 West Peebles Road

Memphis, Tn 38109

Memphis Black Restaurant Week allows Memphians to support minority owned eateries. Lunch will be two courses for $15.00 and dinner will be three courses for $25.00.

http://www.blackrestaurantweek.com #‎MBRW16‬ ‪#‎SupportBlack‬

 

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CAFTH has been asked to provide assistance with the Sunday’s Best Thanksgiving Dinner, which will be held at Binghampton Community Life Center from 2 pm until 6 pm.
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER AT BINGHAMPTON COMMUNITY LIFE CENTER
 
Anthony Martin, (901) 262-9146, lanaire.martin@gmail.com | Memphis, Tennessee
 
On Thanksgiving Day, Sunday’s Best (an organization that donates clothing and other resources to homeless individuals) will host a FREE Thanksgiving Dinner at Binghampton Community Life Center from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. This event is open to anyone who is in need of a hot meal on Thanksgiving Day. Volunteers are needed to help serve food and issue donations of clothing, socks, and other items.
 
Hunger wreaks havoc in Shelby County with nearly 1 out of 3 persons suffering. This staggering figure is almost double the TN state average. With over 650 thousand residents, there will be over 175 thousand people (many of them children) who will go hungry while the rest of the population enjoys a festive dinner with family and friends.
This year, the organization is hosting a FREE Thanksgiving Dinner at Binghampton Community Life Center for those who may be homeless and/or hungry in our city. The event is open to anyone needing a hot meal on Thanksgiving Day. Donations of clothing and other items will be given away as well.
 
For more information, please contact Anthony Martin at (901) 262-9146 or Raul Jeevan at (901) 826-6660.