WHAT WE NEED: Professional, Interview-appropriate attire for men and women (new or gently used)
• Dress Shoes (particularly men’s)
• Dress Shirts
• Suits or Suit Jackets
• Dresses or Skirts
• Jewelry or Neck Ties
• Socks (new only)
WHO: The Fargo Moorhead Coalition for Homeless Persons will be hosting a 2nd Chance Career Fair in conjunction with Project Community Connect on April 15, 2015. A professional clothing closet will be available for all job seekers.
WHEN: From March 21st to March 30th
WHERE: Clothing may be dropped off at Nativity; In the Gathering Space following Saturday evening and Sunday morning liturgies. and during the week at the office.
Churches United for the Homeless has asked for our help for a hard-working family – 2 now- employed parents, a son age 5 and a daughter age 2 – moving out of the Shelter into a mobile home. They lack almost everything to furnish their trailer: beds, table and chairs, sofa, dressers, lamps, microwave, small kitchen appliances, cookware, dishes, cooking utensils, silverware, waste baskets, rugs, as well as the “extras” that “make a house a home.”
Churches United already has some donated items to contribute.
Sign- up sheet will be on the counter in the Gathering Space or in the Fireside Room.
This family has access to a truck and could pick up furniture. Small items could be brought to Nativity and I could deliver.
Please contact Cathy for more information, w .232-2414, h. 235-5464 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
will open on Thursday, October 9th, with a talk by local historian and artist Steve Stark at 7:00pm. Sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee and the Center for the Study of Political Graphics, these posters from historical and contemporary boycotts present a non-violent means to make social change, The posters will be on display in the Nativity Gathering Space, 1825 11th St. S., until October 27th, weekdays from 9am – 4pm and other times by appointment.
For information, call 701-232-2414, or email email@example.com.