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Empty Vessel Ministry distributes care packages

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THE Empty Vessel Ministry on Tuesday distributed care packages to community members who were in dire need of food.

EVM president and board chair Rosalyn Ajoste said each care package contained one liter of water, five lbs. of rice, and canned goods.

Last week, EVM received donations of $5,284 worth of rice and 2,543 bottles of water.

Representatives of  Mobil Oil Marianas and other donors and volunteers from Empty Vessel Ministry present the donations of rice and bottled water.

 

Community members line up to receive care packages from the Empty Vessel Ministry on Tuesday. Contributed photos

The distribution on Tuesday started at 11 a.m., but many people were already in line outside the EVM office on Middle Road as early as 10 a.m.

EVM distributed a total of 2,142  care packages in July and 303, so far, in August.

On behalf of EVM, Ajoste thanked the donors: Mobil Oil Marianas branches and their agents Anthony Wenceslao and Malaina Kileleman, AA Enterprise, JP World Corp., JEM Company, and J&JM Enterprise.

She said EVM also used some of its funds to purchase canned goods.

 

November 2020 pssnewsletter

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