Greater St. Stephen Ministries Hosted a Community Thanksgiving Giveaway

Data News Staff Edited Report

In the lead-up to Thanksgiving, Greater St. Stephen Ministries hosted a Community Thanksgiving Giveaway on Saturday, November 18th. This was one of a few community events that are geared towards the eastern New Orleans area and was designed to provide food to the local community at large.

This community event was a collaborative effort of other community organizations and sponsors. The goal of the Community Thanksgiving Giveaway was to provide the community with access to free non-perishable items and $20 grocery store gift cards during the holiday season. Everything will be first come, first served.

“Service to the community is at the heart of Greater St. Stephen Ministries’ Mission,” said Pastor T. Delbert Robinson, Senior Pastor of Greater St. Stephen. “We are dedicated to delivering a Happy Thanksgiving to residents during their time of need. The generosity of our partners and donors is greatly appreciated.”

About Greater St. Stephen Ministries

Since 1937, Greater St. Stephen has been committed to ethically sourcing and providing a standard platform for churches globally. Today, with churches planted across the world, Greater St. Stephen is the premier model for “Changing the way we do church”. Through visionary leaders, Senior Pastor T. Delbert Robinson and Elder Jasmine Morton Robinson, Greater St. Stephen has been a catalyst for change and advancement, not only in New Orleans but across the world.

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