BUFFALO, NY — Buffalo City Mission and Lloyd’s partnered to host their 10th Annual July Christmas Luncheon on Tuesday. They say it was a huge success.
More than 200 meals were served to both the men’s ministry at the Alfiero Family Center of Hope and Promise and the women’s ministry at Buffalo City Mission’s Cornerstone Manor.
All donated meals were courtesy of Lloyd’s and included three burrito options cooked and served by the Lloyd’s taco truck on site.
By addressing the root causes of homelessness and poverty, the Buffalo City Mission gives individuals across western New York a second chance. They give people a fresh start through education, skill classes, counseling and spiritual guidance.
“Thank you to our friends at Lloyd Taco Truck/Factory for donating this wonderful meal,” said Buffalo City Mission Executive Director and CEO Aubrey Calhoun.
“Now in its 10th year, the July Christmas Community Meal is a powerful reminder that the spirit of giving we all celebrate through Christmas does not start and end in December, but is something we must carry on throughout the year.”
To learn more about the Buffalo City Mission or to donate, please visit www.buffalocitymission.org.