Thursday, January 13, 2011

One Day and 30,000 Meals

DTM 002 

Volunteers at Ontario Christian Gleaners filling bags with 3 pounds of freeze-dried vegetables.

  DTM 010

Volunteers at Ontario Christian Gleaners filling six barrels with 300 three-pound bags each containing 15 freeze-dried ingredients.

DTM 016

These 300 hundred bags are destined for Palawan in the Philippines.

DTM 024

Della Tyrrell tells volunteers at Ontario Christian Gleaners about the six feeding stations in Palawan. 

DTM 030

We take the six barrels of freeze-dried vegetables to Flamborough Christian Fellowship

DTM 033

…where we unload the barrels…

DTM 045 DTM 055

…and pack the three-pound bags into cartons.

 DTM 063

And then we pray while we wait…

DTM 068

for the volunteer who comes to take the cartons…

DTM 075

…in his van…

DTM 079

…to Mississauga where they will be loaded into a shipping container and sent to the Philippines. The 300 bags of dried vegetables will make enough soup for 30,000 nutritious meals.

3 comments:

Ellie said...

I love what this organization does! Heard about them for the first time a few years ago at Mission Fest.

Ellie said...

The "Living" section of today's (Sat. Jan 15) Toronto Star has articles about gleaning and collecting surplus food and distributing it to the hungry. Thought you might be interested.

Marian said...

I with you Ellie. I think any organizations that can make a difference on so many fronts deserves some kind of award.