With the recent freezing conditions and snowfall, you may be wondering how you can help Birmingham’s homeless population now. There are many amazing non-profits in our city providing essential services to vulnerable folks in our community. Here are five organizations to support to make a direct impact.
Moos For Meals: A Barnyard Benefit For Hungry Children. Tickets on sale now for $15! Venmo @MoosForMeals to buy tickets or donate! Come out for a day of fun including hayrides, pumpkin painting, petting zoo, corn crib, barbeque, face painting and MORE! The event is at Tuscaloosa Barnyard on Oct. 27th from 2-6 PM. This event is to support Secret Meals For Hungry Children, a Tuscaloosa nonprofit that provides food to children over the weekend who do not have access to enough food or nutritional options during the school year. 1 in 4 children in West Alabama suffers from food insecurity and it only takes $140 to feed a child every weekend for a whole school year. You can help make that happen!
What’s better than a cold glass of lemonade in the Summer? A lemonade stand that stands against cancers of women and children – supporting organizations like the Laura Crandell Brown foundation and Hope for Autumn!
Be a part of Make a Stand on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.
Does anyone miss recess? What about those sunny afternoons playing outside with your friends and making it a contest to see who was faster? I know I do. Here’s a chance for everyone in Birmingham to get out and have some fun at the Birmingham Field Day.
Ultimate Frisbee is growing and it’s made its way to Birmingham. The Grace Klein Community has organized the “HopeHuck” Indoor Ultimate Tourney. This is an opportunity for Frisbee enthusiasts of all skill levels to get involved and bring hope to families in Greater Birmingham through a box of food. Continue reading “Catch Some Indoor Ultimate Frisbee This Weekend”