Be the Cause

Walk For Hope Restaurant Fund Raiser

Calling all those with an empty stomach and a big heart!
We will be hosting a restaurant fundraiser at BJ’s Restaurant/Brewhouse in Huntington Beach, Sept. 12, 2016, from 11AM to 11PM. 20% of your food and Soft Drink purchases go toward the Walk for Hope! Bring your friends, family, and coworkers and remember to share this flyer! You must present this printed flyer for the proceeds to count. Thank you for your big heart!

Time: Sept. 12, 2016 11AM-11PM

Address: 16060 Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
Establishment Phone#:714-842-9242

 

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Walk for Hope 2016 – Saturday, October 15

Walk for Hope 2016 – “Practice Kindness”
The Walk for Hope is a reminder of the things that matter most in life. The route is decorated with inspiring hand-made quotes and experiential activity stations.

The Walk for Hope is free. It is our gift to you and includes live entertainment, a free-t-shirt, and an opportunity to connect with local non-profits.
#PracticeKindness

Date: Saturday, October 15, 2016
Time: 10:00am to 1:00pm
Location: Mile Square Park (Forest Shelter), 16801 Euclid Street, Fountain Valley, CA
Parking: $5 charge in Mile Square Park, free street parking
Distance: 1 mile

More on previous Walk for Hope events:
http://www.bethecause.org/?cat=41

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Food for Life – Every Sunday in Houston

All it takes is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a piece of fresh fruit, and one half-pint of juice to keep a child from going hungry for a day.

This is why each week since April 2004, groups of about 15 to 20 volunteers have been coming out to The Hare Krishna Temple of Houston to prepare sack lunches consisting of sandwiches, fruit, and juice for an estimated 300 to 500 hungry children. Every Sunday between the hours 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., the dining hall of the temple is turned into an assembly line of sorts with some of the volunteers lined up spreading peanut butter or jelly on bread; others focus on bagging the sandwiches; still others fill brown paper bags with fruit and juice and line them up in rows on two long tables.
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