Charity yard sale benefits Solomon’s Porch ‘Sunday Feast’

ST. GEORGE — The St. George Exchange Club is hosting a charity yard sale this Saturday, to benefit the Solomon’s Porch “Sunday Feast” and “Friday Food Pantry.” The sale will take place from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 960 N. Dixie Downs Road.

Each Sunday while a sermon is being given at Solomon’s Porch Foursquare Fellowship, volunteers prepare the free “Sunday Feast” for community members who are in need of a boost and a meal during the weekend. The feast begins when the doors open at noon.

The Sunday Feast continues to serve a full-course, restaurant-quality dinner to nearly 100 elderly, low income and homeless members of the community every week. According to a press release, unlike soup kitchens, it is the only hot meal served on the weekend in St. George to those in need.

The food served is donated by local businesses or purchased by Solomon’s Porch with donated funds. Thanks to donations like these, the Sunday Feast is able to continue to bless those in need.

In addition to the Sunday Feast, the Friday Food Pantry now provides close to 80 emergency supplemental food boxes to needy families and is one of the largest supplemental pantries in St George.

The St. George Exchange Club is one of the many service clubs in the St. George community that participates in several projects each year. This includes the “Mayor’s Walk,” the “Iron Kids Fun Run,” “Southern Utah Performing Arts Festival” and many others. The Exchange Club has raised money for great causes, including over $100,000 for the All Abilities Park.

The Exchange Club and Solomon’s Porch are asking the community for help getting the word out for this yard sale to help fund the work of Solomon’s Porch in feeding thousands of the community’s fellow men, women and children who need assistance.

For more information or to donate to the funding of this important work, contact Pastor Jimi from Solomon’s Porch at 435-669-9070 or Neal Smith with the Exchange Club at 435-632-5456.

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