Harvest of Hope Breakfast Nov. 8th

November 3, 2011 at 5:38 am Leave a comment

All are invited to attend The Oregon Faith Roundtable Against Hunger

9th Annual
and presentation of the
2011 Harvest of Hope Awards

Keynote Speaker – Congressman Kurt Schrader

Tuesday, November 8 from 7:30 – 9:30  AM
(doors open at 7:15)
Congregation Beth Israel, 1972 NW Flanders

How to Register:
Tickets for the breakfast are $12
Registration Deadline – November 4

Mail your check to :
OFRAH c/o Oregon Area Jewish Committee
7410 SW Oleson Rd., PMB #190
Portland, OR 97223
Call –  503-295-6761
Email  – info@oajconline.org

2011 Harvest of Hope Award Winners

Mike Hiland (Bread for the World)
Over the years, Mike Hiland has dedicated thousands of volunteer hours to Bread for the World. (Frankly, we all thought he worked for Bread!) He has organized countless offerings of letters in churches throughout the region. Most recently, Mike spearheaded the event “Hunger and the Budget Crisis: A Faith-based Call to Action’” which was attended by nearly 100 people from a wide variety of religious groups.

Farmers Ending Hunger
Farmers Ending Hunger begins with Oregon farmers and ranchers who raise hundreds of acres of produce, grain and cattle. With a little extra effort, each farmer donates an acre or two to feed the hungry and suddenly their network had thousands of tons of fresh food!

HomePlate Youth Services
HomePlate supports the positive development of young people experiencing homelessness or housing instability through community building, education, access to services and resources, and youth empowerment.  They do this primarily through a drop-in every Monday and Thursday, which includes a free weekly meal and access to a variety of resources.

Portland First United Methodist Church—Special Award
For as long as any of those involved in serving the hungry, the poor or the vulnerable can remember,  Portland First United Methodist has reached out and served other faith communities and not for profits with the same compassion and dedication as it has in its direct service. If the interfaith community needs a place to celebrate, to mourn, or to learn together, they welcome us. Their welcoming community extends beyond bricks. Their pastors, their staff, and their community make space in their building and space in their hearts.


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