This Wednesday, October 24th, 228 people attended our annual fundraiser to celebrate 35 years of ministry, compassion and service! It was wonderful to see this amazing turn out of past and present supporters and staff of Luke 14:12.
You are invited to join us on Wednesday, October 24th at 8am, as we celebrate three and a half decades of service, compassion and transformation at our annual breakfast fundraiser! This year’s fundraiser will feature leadership from our 35 years of service as well as a silent auction of amazing items! Click image at the side to register!
Come on down to Freebirds World Burrito this Thursday, September 13th from 5pm-8pm to support Luke 14:12 and for some amazing food! What makes this night better than most is that 15% of the sales from collected receipts will go directly to Luke 14:12! There are great options for the kids and there's a secret menu too! Click here the picture for more information!
Volunteering with Luke 14:12 doesn’t always mean hustling to bring food to the table or to get that plate ready before the lunch crowd arrives. Some days, volunteering with Luke 14:12 means that you can spend time outside, smelling the wonderful aromas of tailgating parties and hearing the booming of the marching band getting ready to fire up the crowd! Visit https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0d4baca722a5fd0-luke to sign up and learn more.
In 2017, Luke 14:12 benefitted directly from the program sales at the Vanderbilt home football games. We had amazing volunteers who arrived about 2 hours before the game to sell football programs to fans and visitors arriving at the stadium. There is no quota to meet, we only ask that you bring your enthusiasm and a smile! Fifteen minutes after the game begins, those volunteers got to take a seat for free in specially reserved sections and cheer their hearts out.
We were overwhelmed by the generous support of our donors, who contributed $5,098 to our mission to serve our hungry neighbors. In addition to these donations, Luke 14:12 received a monetary award of $1,750 from The Big Payback for the most unique donations from a small organization between 6am and 9am! Thank YOU for making that happen!
We asked for your help and you showed up! On March 25th, local Nashvillians donated over $2,000 to Luke 14:12 at Freebirds. These donations will provide quality meals to 2,200 of your hungry and homeless neighbors! Thank you for the AMAZING turnout, and for helping us serve quality meals to our hungry guests!
Miss Laura was an extraordinary woman who recognized the need to feed the homeless and hungry of Nashville. In 1997 Miss Laura's life was featured on an NBC documentary, "A Lifetime of Sharing." She was an example of an African-American woman who had worked through church and community structures to further the civil rights movement, hunger relief, African-American education and Christian service.