Mosaic Inter-Faith Ministries in Salt Lake Valley serves mostly newcomers from …
December 6, 2015 - Picnic Time
Mosaic also will give divided toy-and-blanket bags for children, preteens and teenagers during 8 a.m. Tuesday, and vouchers for 250 families to use during Deseret Industries and Crossroads Urban Center during 8 a.m. Wednesday.
The vouchers, Whited said, give recipients “a choice” to get what they need.
Volunteers are still indispensable for some of a events to discharge food, prohibited chocolate and candy canes; assistance with a children’s activity table; decorate, set adult and purify up; and assistance with a children’s activity table.
Email MOSAICInterFaithMinistries@yahoo.com or hit Whited during 801-721-2641 (text or call), or Jose Bonilla, associate executive of proffer and village relations, 801-703-3274 (text or call).
Mosaic has a permanent food pantry, called Manna Market, and typically passes out food on Thursday mornings from cruise tables in front of a tiny center.
But for a holidays, Whited said, a boxes are bigger, with beef and a accumulation of food.
“It’s a many different … food gathering,” Whited said. “To me, it’s this pleasing design of what Utah is becoming. The people being served and portion are different ethnically in each difficulty we can consider of.”
The nonprofit classification is in a 21st year in Utah. In that time, Whited said, it has served some-more than 1 million people.
Tax-deductible donations of food, domicile supplies, educational toys, art supplies, quilts and sports apparatus are acquire during a Mosaic center, during 4392 S. 900 East in Millcreek, between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday by Thursday.