Belize City food drive

Posted by Dana Hinton

October 25, 2021

The Belize City house held another successful food delivery to the homeless downtown. This has become an annual event as every month food and drink is cooked, packed and delivered to those needing a warm meal in the downtown Belize City area. This time the meal consisted of ducunu (a locally made dish made from corn) meatballs, coleslaw, and cupcakes for dessert. An orange drink was also made to complete the meal.

5 Comments

  1. Lisa Trowbridge

    I have previously donated and been in contact with sisters. I am interested in a long term mission assignment. Can I speak with someone about that?

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  2. Rita Davis, SCN

    That is sooo beautiful a ministry. I’m sure it warms not only empty stomachs, but warms hearts of the givers as well as the receivers of the food. Blessings on all concerned with this needed ministry.

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  3. Bev Hoffman, SCN

    Glad to see our Charity charism being unleashed in Belize City! Thank you for your dedicated service by providing to those who are hungry on a consistent, monthly basis. This service really matters.

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  4. Maggie Cooper

    Wow! You got me hungry? That’s fantastic! So glad to see what you all are doing! Thanks for sharing! I’d love to be there! What? No mango bread?
    I guess I’ll have to postpone my visit or come and make some mango bread!
    Love to you all! Glad to hear!

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  5. Ann Palatty

    When I was hungry you fed me – and the reward is yours. A noble act, indeed. Mother Catherine and St. Vincent will be pleased. We are proud of you too.

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