“When I was hungry, you gave me to eat.”
Welcome to Orthodoxy in Dialogue’s 3rd Annual Feed the Homeless on Christmas Campaign
On Christmas Eve or Christmas Morning, two or three of us will walk the streets of downtown Toronto delivering cash into the hands of those who sleep outdoors in our frigid Canadian nights.
Last year we collected enough to give $100 each to 40 individuals. Our goal this year is to do the same for 50 individuals.
When we consider our Christmas budget—gifts, new clothes, parties, family dinners, decorations, trips, etc.—how much can we offer to our Newborn Saviour Himself, who comes to us disguised as the least of His brothers and sisters?
Please give as generously as your means permit. Encourage your friends, family members, coworkers, and fellow Christians to join in.
Don’t forget to pray for the success of this initiative and for its hungry, homeless beneficiaries.
As we journey mystically to Bethlehem, may our Lord, God, and Saviour Jesus Christ, who comes to be born anew in the manger of our hearts, bless you with a holy, prayerful, and spiritual Nativity Fast.
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