Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center invites you to the movies!
Saturday, March. 3, 2018, 6:00 PM
“A Place at the Table”
See this important movie on hunger, food policy, and obesity in America. It will be followed by a discussion led by Joel Berg, the feisty curmudgeon of food insecurity, CEO of Hunger Free America, and author of America, We Need to Talk, and All You Can Eat: How Hungry is America?
Goodwill donations will be used to purchase food for
Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center’s Neighborhood Supper.
Please join the Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center, the Franciscan Action Network, Harvesters Soup Kitchen, and Holy Name-St. Gregory JPICC for this screening and discussion.
Draesel Hall at the Church of the Holy Trinity
316 East 88th Street, New York, NY
(between First & Second Avenues)
Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center is a non-sectarian 501c3 organization through which we serve our homeless, hungry, and elderly neighbors. All of the programs are operated and coordinated by volunteers: the Neighborhood Supper,
a weekly hot meal served restaurant-style; a Senior Luncheon; a nightly shelter for homeless men;
and a Thanksgiving meal delivered to the homebound. We thank all our volunteers.