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The Gary Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with The Jewels of Fortitude, The American Water Company, and The New Mount Moriah MB Church presents a Community Soup Kitchen to feed the homeless and underprivileged. Every 1st Saturday of the month; 12pm-2pm at New Mt. Moriah MBC, 1917 Carolina Street, Gary, IN 46407. Soup is available to all who come to be fed. No restrictions or qualifications apply.
GAC is looking for volunteers for our Soup Kitchen. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org; Attn: Alesia Y. Pritchett/Soup Kitchen.
Alesia Y. Pritchett, Past President’s Council Chairperson
Come out & compete for the GAC 1st ever Bid Whist Tournament!
Hosted by the Membership Services Committee. Seats are $25 per person/ or $50 per team (non-refundable) and can be pre-paid by PayPal. Please go to PayPal and use email@example.com (transactions are charged 2.9% and payable by the consumer to use electronic payment); or you can mail your money order for your team to PO Box 64690, Gary, IN 46402; or you can pay on the night of the event.
Please include your team name. Please email us at garyalumnaechapter.org for more information and rules.
5th Annual World AIDS Day Gospel Explosion is back to lift the spiritis of persons who are in the fight against HIV and AIDS. We are calling on survivors, patients, caregivers and advocates to come together to stand against one of our most dangerous epidemics.
Come and hear some of the best choirs of NWI as we praise our way on a Friday night!
Come and get tested for FREE in a confidential setting.
*Health care officials
Hosted by the Gary Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. along with St. Mark AME Zion Church, The Aliveness Project and NWI Advocates, Churches and Human Rights activists
*This event is FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Tina Davis-Powell, World AIDS Day Event Chair
Jessica Bailey, International Awareness & Involvement Chair
Arlene Mitchell-Pearson, Chapter President
National ID Day
Sunday, November 12, 2017
Location: area churches
National Diabetes Day
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Location: Wherever you are!
The RED projects were established to bring awareness to how diabetes has damaged our community and how we can prevent it from further hurting us and our communities.
GAC is partnering with local churches to display and distribute information on diabetes prevention and maintenance. Diabetes is one of the leading killers in the African American community.
Do you need a kit or materials for your church? Please see or contact Danielle Lonie, P-13 Chair. (please take pics of your church or salon and wear RED on Sunday to your church). Please inbox us or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements to get the ID kits for your church.
Please support our P-13 Committee and Chapter initiative by getting information for the salon and church you attend/patronize.
Let’s Stick It to Diabetes!
It’s that time of year and we need you. The Economic Development Committee’S 12TH ANNUAL THANKSGIVING DAY FELLOWSHIP DINNER held at Ivy Tech. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Want to Volunteer for the event?
You can sign up by clicking the link below
*Please contact us at email@example.com about dinner deliveries to:
*Domestic violence shelters
*Group home facilities
Come forth all YOUTH…Get P.L.U.G.G.E.D.
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GAC Youth Programming is underway!
Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017
Conducive for large families: 1 location; 3 various groups with programs and activities to sharpen and enhance the skills of our youth.
*Leadership training & opportunities
*Community service activities & hours
*College, Career & Life training/planning
*Interactive learning workshops designed to benefit and enrich
Parents and Guardians should contact the following:
Academy (Girls- 11-14) Christy Lewis and/or Tamara Young-King
GEMS (Girls 14-18 grades 9-12) Sandra Brown and Janelle Williams
EMBODI (Boys 13-17) Deidre Hulett
or Educational Development Chair Dr. Leslie Yanders @ firstname.lastname@example.org for information, location and questions.
The Thanksgiving Day Fellowship Dinner affords residents of Northwest Indiana with a hot, prepared meal on Thanksgiving Day who may not be able to afford one and/or who may not have family or friends to fellowship with. Moreover, it provides our members and other businesses, churches, non-profits, and social services agencies in Northwest Indiana with an opportunity to fellowship in the spirit of Thanksgiving with community residents they serve and who support their establishments.
It is our hope and desire to feed 500-1000 persons and we are delivering meals to NWI first responders, group homes, shelters, senior citizen homes and communities, domestic violence shelters and residents who cannot get out to the dinner to get a meal. To do this, we need delivery and transportation services. WE NEED YOU!
The Economic Development Committee continues to seek partnerships and PATRONS! Please click here to donate via Eventbrite for our Patron Levels: