Join with youth from Monroeville’s many houses of worship to discover the ways in which senior members of our community struggle to meet their basic dietary needs, how the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank is helping them put food on the table, and the ways our congregations respond in faith to hunger needs.
Your $5 registration fee includes transportation, snacks and lunch.
This event is Stop 1 of the series On the Road to Social Justice: Interfaith Teens Live Their Values. It is open to ages 12-17 (incoming 7th-12th graders).
Youth must bring a completed permission slip in order to participate in this event.
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