June 2019
Vol. 4 No. 6
"He who has a generous eye will be blessed, for he gives of his bread to the poor." Proverbs 22:9

Finishing Touch
The front entrance sign is the finishing touch!

The front portico is displaying the NHN emblem recently installed by McBride Sign Company. Shoppers are enjoying the coverage from rain and intense sun exposure and the chance to chat with others as they wait to shop.
Thank You!
Every cart adds up!
Thanks to New Beginning Tabernacle for the grocery cart overflowing with canned food items. It's encouraging to see our church partners encouraging their congregations to come together and address food insecurity in our community!
Neighbors Helping Neighbors appreciates our community for the many ways they support our mission.

  • Thank you to JT Grill for the bag lunches prepared for MHBC food kitchen on Wednesday, June 12, 2019, during their VBS week. Also, a shout out goes to the Youth of MHBC for tent and table set up and preparing sandwiches for the children's bag lunches. 67 bagged lunches were handed out!!
Community Outreach

Spread the word!
NHN Friday Picnic
On Friday, July 12, 2019, NHN guests are invited to a Friday Picnic to celebrate summer! There will be games for the children hosted by Lona Jackson with Cross-Fit. A great menu has been planned with hot dogs, hamburgers, baked beans, Wood-fired Pizzas, lemonade, iced tea, and watermelon.

Directions: 111 Highview Drive in Madison Heights. 29N next to Pete's Auto Sales and Aqua Pros. Look for the NHN signs.
The No Kid Hungry Program Amherst County summer meal site is located at:
  • Amherst Ed Center - 219 Trojan Lane, Madison Heights
  • Monday - Friday, June 10-August 2
  • Breakfast served from 8:00 am - 8:30 am
  • Lunch served from 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Fund Raising Opportunity
Supporting Amherst County non-profit food kitchens & warehouse

Winton Golf Course
Saturday, August 10, 9:00 A.M.
Captain’s Choice, Shotgun Start
$100 / player
$400 / team
Includes Score Enhancement Package

Food and Drinks After Golf

To enter call: (434) 846-5914 (Monday-Friday)

Payment by personal check or in cash on the day of the tournament
(No payment by credit card or debit card)
Ways to help:
  • Form a team and participate
  • Sponsor a hole in Memory or in Honor of someone for $100.
  • Sponsor a hole to promote your local business - $100.
  • Recognition signs will be located at the sponsored hole.
  • Recognition will be given on social media.
  • All donations are tax deductible.
  • Contact NHN for more information.
Volunteer Opportunities
Food Kitchens & Warehouse sign up - Do you have 1 morning a month that you would like to volunteer somewhere?
NHN has spots available in our Madison Heights and Amherst Food Kitchens.
If you have a Wednesday or Thursday open just once a month, we can use your help. Kitchen volunteers work from 9:00 -1:00 and servers from 10:00 - 1:00.
We serve a hot meal each Wednesday at MHBC Food Kitchen & a hot meal each Thursday at Ascension Episcopal Church in Amherst.
Visit our site at nhnamherst.org where you can learn about these opportunities & complete a volunteer application. Feel free to message us on our Facebook page if you have any questions.
Let's work together to help our community and neighbors!
  • Food Pantry Guest Pick up
  • Bake desserts for Food Kitchens
  • Can Drive Follow up - sorting and shelving cans
  • Food Pantry Cart Runners (should be at least 16 or accompanied by an adult if under 16).
  • Cleaning & stocking post-distribution day. Could be scheduled on Saturday or on the following Monday.
  • Collect plastic recycle bags for Food Pantry
  • Collect food cans for Food Pantry
Click on the link to our website www.nhnamherst.org to sign up!
Volunteer Spotlight

We would like to recognize volunteer, Frances Austin for our June volunteer spotlight. A lifetime Amherst County resident and busy pastor's wife, she divides her time between family and volunteer work. She has pulled double duty with NHN by working in the warehouse with Saturday shoppers and in the MHBC food kitchen. Her homemade cakes not only bring a smile to the faces of our food kitchen guests but our volunteers, too! We salute you, Frances!