Welcome to the our weekly newsletter The MACC Minute for June 3, 2020. We hope it will inspire you to get involved.
News from our Food Pantry
This week we have started to bring back MACC’s veteran volunteers. It is a wonderful feeling to have them back, even though it’s been a learning curve for everyone in both departments, we are working together. I want to thank everyone for jumping in and getting the jobs that are essential to MACC operations completed. Teamwork gets the jobs done!
Director of Services
Chef Ferdinand Cruz
Chef MACC Kitchen
**Each book purchased provides two individuals with a well balanced meal.
Outreach Case Worker
Outreach received over 30 blessing bags from St Luke’s in Ellington. Each bag contained personal care items and a note of encouragement for our homeless guests. We thank you for your thoughtfulness and generosity. Jonathan who dropped off the bags stated, “We have heard and seen the good work MACC Charities is doing and wanted to contribute to the cause.”
Executive Chef Bistro On Main
It is the time of year to use garden herbs. MACC received over 10lbs of basil and we used in a variety of dishes for our guests. We also created a surprise meal to honor our first responders at Ambulance Service of Manchester. You can use this easy and delicious no cook marinara sauce on any pasta dish.