Team From Nazareth Volunteer to Battle Hunger

Posted by Spalding Hurst

August 23, 2023

A group of Sisters, Associates, and employees of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in Bardstown wanted to help their community with a day of giving back. Inspired by kindness, they worked together with Feeding America, the largest charity focused on eradicating hunger in the United States. The Office of Mission Advancement at the Sisters of Charity organized the day of heartfelt volunteer work.

The collaboration with Feeding America reflects Nazareth’s commitment to feeding the hungry and nourishing souls. The Office of Mission Advancement’s volunteer effort stands as a reflection of this commitment. Through these efforts, they not only contribute to a pressing national cause but also weave a fabric of kindness and shared responsibility that strengthens the local community of Bardstown.

In a world sometimes divided by difference and disparity, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth continue to affirm the power of unity, compassion, and service. Their work with Feeding America is a vivid reminder that every act of kindness counts, every hand extended to help can change a life, and every heart opened in empathy can indeed do a world of good.

5 Comments

  1. Margaret Mattingly

    What a wonderful way to support those in need YOU ALL are fantastic !!!

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  2. Ann Palatty

    What a noble to feed the hungry and to shelter the homeless. You are indeed the needed works of mercy. May your efforts prosper.

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  3. Dianne

    OMA – thank you for continuing to carry the mission of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. ❤️

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  4. Thaneshwar Gautam

    Respected Sisters
    May I get little financial Support from you. I would like to request you all that please help me.

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  5. Luke

    I hope we can do this in a monthly basis!
    S. Luke

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