A Day of Service
We’re overwhelmed by the love and generosity of our community, as over 500 people came and served at our 5th Sent Sunday: A Day of Service event. Over 30 projects at 10 different sites were completed, the impact of which is truly immeasurable, but includes:
6 local schools received painting, construction, cleaning, decorating and landscaping work
50,000 meals were packed and donated through Meals of Hope to Second Harvest Food Bank and Nolensville Food Pantry
12 local schools received materials and supplies to support teachers and students
1,000 teacher appreciation gifts were created to say thank you and to remind area teachers that they are loved
150+ bags were assembled for students of Norman Binkley Elementary, Shayne Elementary, and Oliver Middle so they can have access to food over upcoming weekends
100 blessing bags were made for distribution to members of the local homeless population
40 birthday boxes were assembled for distribution through food pantries so that everyone can celebrate a birthday with a cake and party
Here’s a quick look at the day and some of the projects we completed together!
Our next Sent Sunday event will be December 22nd at Sunset Middle School!