For many people, Easter is a time to get together with family, celebrate the holiday, and eat good food. But for some, the idea of preparing Easter dinner is out of reach. That’s where The Rescue Mission comes in.
Each year, the organization hosts an Easter dinner for people in the community who are in need of a meal. The Rescue Mission will continue the tradition this year as volunteers prepare to serve more than 2,000 people.
As always, the special dinner is provided free-of-charge to the public at 301 W. Superior Street, Fort Wayne, IN.
This year’s meal will be available from noon to 3 p.m. and will consist of ham, carrots, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, dinner rolls, and assorted pies.
Preparing that much food for so many people is a big undertaking. The organization relies on donated food items, cash donations, and the assistance of more than 100 volunteers.
To get involved or learn more about The Rescue Mission, click here.