MJM is in the running to become Foodie Philanthropy’s 2020 Charity of Choice

By July 26, 2019

Each year, Foodie Philanthropy, an organization that supports organizations who assist people in need brings together more than 40 of Fort Worth’s finest restaurants to host an annual dinner at which Tables of 10 patrons enjoy the best of their menus. The money donated by each seat or table purchase, in addition to the generosity of these restaurants and other Foodie Philanthropy in-kind partners, generates much-needed funding for their Charity of Choice. Last year the chosen beneficiary received $40,000 in support of its mission.

And now, our very own Methodist Justice Ministry (MJM) is in the running to be the beneficiary of the 2020 Foodie Philanthropy project!

How can you help? Vote online once a day now through August 2 (they allow one vote per day per email address) and vote for MJM to be the Foodie Philanthropy Charity of Choice for 2020. Then share this link with your email list — and, if you’re social media friendly, post to your Facebook page, and share it from FUMCFW’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds.

To date, Foodie Philanthropy has supported Girls, Inc. of Tarrant County, The Women’s Center of Tarrant County, The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever benefiting more than 20 local organizations with matching funds, and the Hope Center for Autism.

Let’s all do our part to help add our MJM to this list in 2020!

For more information, please contact Melanie Hanna, MJM Director of Development, at mhanna@myfumc.org.

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