Theology-on-Tap NYC is an opportunity for young adults to explore issues and topics that relate to the Catholic faith in a fun and casual environment.
It also offers a way to give back. Please bring non-perishable food donations to help feed hungry New Yorkers.
The next topic is a big one: Desire, Purpose, Destiny: Embracing the Ache in Our Hearts led by speaker Colin Nykaza.
Where: Klub 45 Room at Connolly’s Bar, 121 West 45th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues, 3rd floor, Manhattan
When: Monday, March 4, 2013 from 7:30 – 9 p.m.
Cost: It’s free. Just bring a non-perishable food donation to help our neighbors in need.
Come join us. No RSVP Needed.
Grab a seat or a bar stool, but get there early because seats fill up fast.
Wonder what to bring? Here is a list of what food pantries and soup kitchens need most:
|Vegetables||• Canned Vegetables
• Vegetable Soups
|Fruits||• Canned Fruits
(in juice or light syrup)
• Dried Fruits
• 100% Fruit Juices
|Proteins||• Beans- canned or dry
• Peanut Butter
• Canned Meat
(chicken, beef, ham)
|• Canned Fish
(tuna, salmon, sardines)
• Canned Stews
(chicken or beef)
(white, brown, flavored)
• Dry Cereal and Hot Cereal
(grits, oatmeal, farina)
|• Flour/Cornmeal/Baking Mixes
• Whole Wheat Crackers
|Dairy||• Dry Milk packets
• Shelf stable milk
• Soy/Almond/Rice Milk
|Other Items||• Nutritional Beverages
(Boost, Ensure, Carnation
• Personal Care Items
To ensure food safety, we cannot use:
- Rusty or Unlabeled Cans
- Avoid glass containers and all perishable foods
- Homemade Items
- Non-commercial Canned Items
- Non-commercial Packaged Items
- Alcoholic Beverages & Mixes
- Open or Used Items
For more information visit www.totnyc.org