What started 14 years ago as one woman’s quest to figure out how she could help others and make a difference in Charlotte led to a movement resulting in a $150,000 fundraising campaign for kitchen renovations to help provide local homeless women and children with daily meals and shelter. “At the appointed time, God will do,” Sheila says. “This has been nothing short of an amazing journey.” Once monthly, the 14 ladies of Kairos visit the Salvation Army Center for Hope to prepare and serve meals to those who make the facility their home.
These women plan the menus, buy the food and then prepare it. The kitchen they use at the center, built in 1991, needed a long overdue renovation, which started mid-March. Read Full Blog Here