Giving Back Scheduled for Thursday and Now Will Benefit Those Impacted by Hurricane Ian!
The Giving Back event will go ahead this year, despite much of the Suncoast being impacted by Hurricane Ian. In an effort to best support some most impacted by the recent Hurricane, The Blessing Bags will redirect all proceeds from the event to Hurricane Relief Funds, and Hungers End will restock their food pantry for community support and allocate 10% of funds from this event back to Hurricane Victim Funds also.
A number of amazing musical talents will be playing the night of the Giving Back event on October 6, 2022, including Tim Chandler, The Stockton Brothers, and TC & The Rockin’ Relics. The event is sponsored by The Suncoast Post, Sande Caplin & Associates, and The Swordfish Grill & Tiki. Visit A Paradise Realty is back again as the music sponsor. This event is always sold-out and helps some amazing causes that provide great services for the most vulnerable populations here on the Suncoast. Be sure to mark your calendar and get tickets by calling the Swordfish Grill at (941) 798-2035.
Hunger’s End partners with many great organizations to provide free groceries, clothes, and personal hygiene products to those in need. We serve a free meal every Monday evening from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm. All are welcome.
1802 14th St. West
Bradenton, FL 34205
The Blessing Bag Project Mission is dedicated to the homeless and less fortunate by providing basic, critical needs. Simple necessities are always needed for our blessing bags. We have set up several convenient drop-off points in the Sarasota/Bradenton area.
The Blessing Bags Project
1802 14th St. West, Suite 6
Bradenton, FL 34205
Please contact Swordfish Grill if you are able to attend and don’t, as of yet, have tickets. Additionally, if you are able to help The Blessing Bags Project or Hungers End for ways to help food insecure and homeless in our community. We are excited to see everyone out on October 6 helping to support those in need and also have a fun night out after a stressful time during and after the hurricane.
Be Safe, Suncoast; we look forward to seeing everyone on October 6th!
Photos Courtesy of Suncoast Post
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