Belize SCNAs Deliver Meals Those in Need

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

April 3, 2024

It is always heartening to witness acts of kindness that remind us of our shared humanity. Last Friday, dedicated Associates in Belize came together to prepare and deliver 50 hot, homemade meals to the community’s unhoused. The effort is part of their commitment to reaching out to the marginalized population.

For the Associates involved, such a practice reminds them of their privilege and blessings and prompts gratitude and humility. For the recipients, it reminds them that they are seen, valued, and cared for by their fellow community members.

Let us follow in the footsteps of these SCNAs, embodying the values of empathy and generosity.

4 Comments

  1. Christine Beckett

    Thank you. And blessings as you continue to walk with the those most in need!!!

    Reply
  2. Mary Gene Frank

    Many blessings for your efforts

    Reply
  3. Linda Soltis, SCN

    You are truly doing a corporal work of mercy. Wishing you blessings for your service to others.

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    • Marilyn Garvin

      Finding the time to give back is never easy and surprising when the deed is done you’re shock to see how good it makes you feel, how appreciative people are and timing wasn’t that bad.

      Good work SCNA-Belize

      Reply

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