What does it really mean to do the right thing in feeding hungry and unhoused neighbors?
This year, Don't Walk By focused on one Saturday outreach and served lower Manhattan between 46th Street and Battery Park.
As our affiliate partners grow and evolve, some also evolve into new organization names.
What can you eat if you rely on SNAP benefits in NYC? Will closing Rikers Island jail complex make New York a more just city? What are the differences in opportunities and challenges for the five versions of New York? Find content that speaks to these questions in the Round-Up.
Is affordable housing in NYC affordable for locals? Do Christians see the formerly incarcerated as people who reflect God’s image? You’ll find articles that speak to these questions and more in this installment of our Monthly Mercy & Justice Round-Up.
We seek to be a people who serve our poor and marginalized neighbors in both word and deed. We put feet to our faith as we tangibly serve our neighbors, and we also go to the Father on their behalf, presenting their needs to Him in prayer. Won't you join us in praying for our hungry neighbors this season?