Given the success of their August Dinner in the Park, where Journey Home partnered with area restaurants to feed roughly 200 hungry people, the non-profit organization is doing it again.
And they could use your help.
Along with Max Downtown in Hartford, Arugula Bistro in West Hartford, and Starbucks Coffee, Journey Home wants to send some people home with a fully belly this Saturday evening in Bushnell Park. And yes, they’re watching the weather carefully, because we’re supposed to continue to get the remnants of Hurricane Joaquin.
But rain or shine, for a suggested donation of $25, you can help feed a neighbor who could really use the meal. Interested? Learn more here.
Journey Home and Arugula Bistro in West Hartford, Salute Restaurant in Hartford, Whole Foods Market West Hartford, and Starbucks Coffee are providing free meals to people in need in Hartford’s Bushnell Park, starting at 5 p.m.
Here’s where you come in:
Donate $25 (or more!) to Journey Home to buy a meal for someone, and to help fund this organization’s efforts to prevent and end homelessness. (If you’ll remember, Journey Home did a lot of heavy lifting during Connecticut’s recent 100-day challenge to end chronic homelessness.
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