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Hunters, consider donating your ground venison that has been processed, sealed, and dated by a licensed facility. When you donate your meat, the cost of processing is tax-deductible.
Quality meat is cost-prohibitive for the pantry and for clients, so donated venison is particularly helpful. Venison is a healthy, extra-lean protein that is sustainable, low in cholesterol, and free of antibiotics or steroids.
When sharing the donated meat, we'll hand out easy venison recipes to clients to encourage them to try venison in everyday recipes like chili, spaghetti, etc.
For more information on how to donate, contact Heather Colletto, Minister for Mission, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 616-717-5536. She can connect you with other Westminster hunters to share their experience donating meat and answer any questions you may have.
The March issue of Chimes is now available. In this month’s issue:
- Our Lenten journey in 2014
- Updates and pictures of the sanctuary roof
- Food Club raises two-thirds of startup costs
- Westminster joins refugee resettlement partnership
- A new church: New members and their stories
- Rev. Chandler Stokes: The meaning and features of Christian maturity
The November issue of Chimes is now available. In this month’s issue:
- Focusing on our core missions: Westminster Downtown Food Pantry, WCDC, and Camp Henry
- Introducing the new Community Food Club
- Looking ahead to Advent
- ArtPrize 2013 wrap-up
- New members