We  are giving food and clothing donations to the  migrant workers, who have begun to arrive.  This is in addition to our Lenten project in which we give monetary donations to the Migrant Worker Ministry. The list of items Rev. Augusto Nunez is asking for is
Non-perishable food: Sugar, Salt, instant coffee, White rice, Tomato paste, whole tomato in the can, quaker oats, cooking oil, Small Water bottles, Bagged beans or can beans:  Black Beans, kidney beans, Black-Eyed Peas, and eggs.
Mexican specific: corn tortillas, bottled whole chili peppers
Caribbean specific: brown rice, cornmeal, corn beef, tinned mackerel, white & whole wheat flour
Hygiene or cleaning supplies: Shampoo, Detergent (small bottles laundry detergent 75 oz or less), toothpaste, bar soap, Gillette gel deodorant, aftershave, shaving razors, dishwashing liquid, toothpaste.
Clothing: Men’s t-shirts, long sleeve shirts, hoodies, pants, shorts, running shoes, socks, rubber boots, raincoats.
You can bring these items to the church and we will take them to St. Saviour’s in Orono.  Rev. Augusto is at St. Saviour’s every Tuesday from 10:00 to 12:00, and you can also take the items there directly during those two hours.  The address is 23 Mill Street in Orono.
Rev. Augusto is also looking for some volunteers to organize and bag the donations on Wednesday April 20th, and some volunteers to drive the donations to the farms and drop them off on Thursday, April 21st.  If you can volunteer for either of those tasks, please contact him.  
Also, they have a new website, which you can check out: 

https://www.migrantworkerdurham.com/

Grace and peace,
Lucia

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