Joshua Tree Feeding Program | Strike Out Hunger Event

The Two Gay Geeks have become “accidental activists” over the last several years and as such are always willing to support organizations that reach out to marginalized communities. The Joshua Tree Feeding Program is very special to us for many reasons and we wish to bring attention to their urgent need for funding.

Joshua Tree Feeding Program is having a special “Bowl-A-Thon” to Strike Out Hunger.

Please see below for additional information.

 

Joshua Tree Feeding Program Strike Out Hunger Event





What:

A social fundraising event that benefits the Joshua Tree Feeding Program.

Participants will be able to bowl 3 games with shoe rental

Teams are not required. Lanes will accommodate up to 5 players, so come and meet some new people while you raise money for a good cause.

There will also be raffles to participate in.

Where and When:

Let It Roll Bowl
1825 N 12th Street
Phoenix, AZ

Saturday March 23rd
12:00 – 3:00


 

Tickets:

Universe.com
You don’t need to sign up for an account
 

About Joshua Tree Feeding Program:

With arms outstretched, the goal of Joshua Tree Feeding Program is to provide nourishment to low-income HIV+ residents of Maricopa County. We provide balanced meals from our pantry as well as medical and community resources to encourage self-sustainability of our clients in a social, supportive and welcoming environment where privacy, cultural, spiritual and religious values are respected.

Website: JTFP.org

Facebook: Joshua Tree Feeding Program
 

Donate to JTFP:

You can donate multiple ways to JTFP; A Single donation or a monthly ongoing donation

https://www.jtfp.org/donate.php

Use the Amazon Smile Link to support Joshua Tree Feeding program with your purchases:

https://smile.amazon.com/ch/86-0789213


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