‘Day of Hope’ coming to Bangor Waterfront September 20th

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Convoy of Hope, a non-profit organization out of Missouri, has partnered with organizations and local churches in the Bangor area to offer a “Day of Hope” on the Bangor Waterfront Saturday, September 20th.

The purpose of this event is to simply serve those in need in our area by way of free medical and dental screenings, haircuts, grocery distribution, a hot food area, fun for the kids (Kid’s Zone with bounce houses, etc), clothing items, and much more.

There will also be a photography team setup to take family photos.

Again, everything is free! No strings attached.

Pastor Bobby Bledsoe of City Reach Bangor has spearheaded the event, and other local churches including The Rock, All Souls, and First Assembly — among others — have come on board to offer manpower and resources.

If you are interested in volunteering, head over to this online form and specify the Volunteer Team on which you’d like to participate, and your contact information will be routed to the appropriate team leader.

To make a media inquiry concerning this event, contact Bobby Bledsoe at City Reach.

And of course, if you need any of these services please do not hesitate to come out and bring your family and friends to the Bangor Waterfront on September 20th to have your needs met. No one will be turned away.

We encourage people to join the Facebook event and also share it with others to help spread the word.

Other resources:

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