Letter to the Editor - Aug. 16

August 16, 2013

Big Love project was a big success

To the editor:

We are filled with joy at the success we experienced for the first year of Project Big Love in Mont Alto, Pa.

With the help of nearly 500 volunteers, 30 area churches and special contributors and sponsors, we were able to serve 2,576 people at the events complex on Aug. 3. Children left with brand new shoes, filled backpacks, a new hairdo and food for their pantries. A prayer tent and Bibles also helped touch families’ spiritual sides.

We could not have been so successful without God’s hand guiding us. And we thank the numerous businesses and organizations that contributed to the effort.

A very big thank you to our sponsors: ScrapRight Software, Maryland Food Bank, Walmart and Lowe’s of Rouzerville, Kmart of Waynesboro, Darwyn Benedict of ReMax Realty, Kim Bain Advertising, Phantom Shadow, Food Lion of Rouzerville, Kaimon Photography, Bancroft, Redemption Recycling, Kunzler Fine Meat Products, Johnnie’s Food Equipment and Supplies, J&M Printing, Jack Gaughen Realtor, Green Grove Gardens, Kaimon’s Call, Kaimon Financial Services, The Kaimon Group, Feed My People, Martin’s Potato Rolls, Martin’s Potato Chips, Martin’s Foods, Sunnyway Foods, Ventura Foods, Chambersburg Rental, TL Shetter Dumpster Service, Chamberlin & Wingert, D.L. George and Sons, Red Run Grill, the Waynesburger, Subway, Domino’s, The Melvin Group, Sophisticuts, Rentals Unlimited and Utz Quality Foods.

We also would like to thank the Mont Alto Volunteer Fire Department for donating the site, our volunteers who worked tirelessly to get everything we needed, the local newspapers and radio stations for promoting our outreach and our guests of honor for supporting us. We could not have done this without each and every one of you, and we can’t thank you enough!

Look for us next year, and God bless!

Shon Duty
Tammy Duty
Kaimon’s Call
The Project Big Love team

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