Lending a Helping Hand

Physical distance can never hold back the influence that the faith community of GMPC has, even beyond Clinton. Amy Lamb Worthington and Nancy Lamb Monroe have both participated in recent activities supporting their local communities during these difficult times, sharing and caring for others in their new home towns.

Amy responded to a, “Help-A-Neighbor” campaign at the Holly Springs Food Pantry, purchasing and soliciting from others donations of diapers and personal care items which are in short supply.

Nancy discovered that shopping on-line in the middle of the night while sitting up with her infant son, Shane, allowed her to purchase items not readily available in stores. Nancy donated much-needed paper products and cleaning supplies to the InterAct domestic violence shelter in Fuqua-Varina, with the enthusiastic assistance of her daughter Adelaide (Addie.)

Shared by Linda Lamb

1 thought on “Lending a Helping Hand”

  1. This is just what I would expect of Amy–always a kind and sharing girl . . . and what darling children. This story is also such a good reminder of all of the needs right around each of us and the Salemburg Food Bank is certainly at the top of the list.

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