“Care for Humanity” Event in Orange, Calif. from the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ), Sept 4
WHAT: (PUBLIC EVENT) Groceries and basic food supplies will be offered for FREE to Southern California residents in need (while supplies last), during a “Care For Humanity” event of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) and the Felix Y. Manalo Foundation. All community members are invited to come to benefit from the free groceries, free meals and community socializing provided for the whole family.
During the event, 10 non-profit organizations servicing Los Angeles and Orange Counties in the areas of housing, food security and education will be presented with donations of $2,000 each. Organizations include: Create Now, Deaf Latinos Y Familias, City of Hope Office of Philanthropy, Los Angeles Women Police Officers and Associates, Alhambra Educational Foundation, Thomas House Family Shelter, Family Solutions Collaborative, South County Outreach, Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, and Hawk’s Nest Food Pantry.
Santiago Canyon College
8045 E Chapman Ave // Orange CA // 92869
Sunday // September 4, 2022
4:00 pm: Doors open / program begins
This Care For Humanity event is the most recent stop in a tour of humanitarian outreaches being conducted by the Church Of Christ this year across the United States, following a recently completed tour across Canada where dozens of local organizations were assisted with donations, in addition to direct public aid and assistance events. The INC’s various outreach events aim to contribute to the efforts of peaceful and productive communities.
The Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church Of Christ) maintains multiple socio-civic platforms internationally. “Care For Humanity” is a cultural bridge between communities and the Church. Additionally, the Felix Y. Manalo Foundation is a socio-civic platform of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (Church of Christ). Additionally, the Aid To Humanity event series has toured Canada, the United States, and India in previous years, serving tens of thousands and assisting nearly 100 local organizations. Other current projects include eco-farming projects in Africa as well as in Shoshoni, Wyoming, and the distribution of basic supplies to residents of favelas in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Volunteers also offer relief aid in the aftermath of natural calamities, such as the volcanic eruption in the Philippines, the hurricane aftermath in the Bahamas, and other disaster-stricken areas.
For more about the Church and its activities, please visit www.iglesianicristo.net.