On Good Friday, March 30, between 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, the Miami Rescue Mission | Broward Outreach Centers will hold the annual “Thanksgiving on Good Friday” Block Party for the homeless and hungry families of South Florida. Along with a sit-down Thanksgiving meal, volunteers from Granada Presbyterian Church with wash the feet of the homeless and needy and Barry Podiatry Students will provide foot care in remembrance of Jesus washing the feet of the disciples.
Six-hundred volunteers will provide over 3,000 Thanksgiving meals. Those in attendance will be treated to haircuts, great entertainment, and special gifts. Over 400 Easter Baskets will be given to children in our centers and those in attendance. Adults and children alike will feel important and shown the love of God.
The Miami Rescue Mission event will be held on the street at 2020 NW 1st Avenue Miami, FL 33127, Broward Outreach Center Hollywood at 2056 Scott Street Hollywood, FL 33020, and Broward Outreach Center Pompano Beach: 1700 Blount Road Pompano Beach, FL 33069.
Rev. Ronald Brummitt, President of the Miami Rescue Mission | Broward Outreach Centers states, “It’s a privilege to provide meals and assistance to the neediest members of our community. We want homeless and at-risk families to know they are loved and that we are here to help. Through our Good Friday Outreach, many hurting people are shown that they are not forgotten and people really do care. Many homeless will decide to come off the streets and enter one of our life-changing programs. We couldn’t do all that we do without our amazing donors, supporters and volunteers. A special blessing to each of them.”