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The MACC Minute August 11, 2022. We hope it will inspire you to get involved.
When harsh times come, be ready. Gather information from nonprofits that work with emergencies every day. We often respond to the urgent over the important. A needs list will help you know what to pay first in a crisis, i.e., pay rent, put gas in your car if you drive to work, and ask for help with something like groceries.
Assistant Executive Director
With Sincere Thanks… Began the statement on a beautiful appreciation card we received in the mail from a patron of our services. We are all the same, people who want what is best for those who are facing an emergency crisis. We reach out and discuss their needs and fulfill them the best we can with what we have. #CommunityStrong
Chef Ferdinand Cruz
Community Kitchen Head Chef
This past week, MACC’s board stopped in. With new and longtime members in attendance, we gave them an updated tour of our campus and they were so enthusiastic to witness the continued teamwork of our operation. We hosted them to lunch and our volunteers had a chance to showcase their genuine passion and dedication to MACC and our mission. #KindnessWins
I would like to give a huge shout out to Zalin Fritsch, age seven. Two years in a row, Zalin has raised money from his annual lemonade stand and food drive. With the money raised, Zalin went shopping with his parents and filled a carload to donate to MACC’s Pantry. What an inspiration from someone so young. Thank you Zalin.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS! October 16, 2022, join us as part of THE MIGHTY MACC TEAM as we participate in the 2022 CROP Hunger Walk. We walk two miles starting at Wapping Church, 1790 Ellington Rd. South Windsor @ 1:00 pm. Together, The Mighty MACC Team can support CWS and help families struggling with hunger. Click the button to join! #KINDNESSWINS
Community Outreach and Emergency Services Manager
“Be the reason someone believes in the goodness of people”
I observed this quote on a sign I passed recently. How amazing it would be for this to spread throughout our communities as a reminder that actions have a profound effect on others, even when we don’t realize it. Let’s all be examples of what goodness brings to others daily.
Edited and designed by Chance Wetmore
MACC Charities Social Media and Systems Specialist