Every Sunday the Adventist Church in Dublin makes +100 sandwiches for homeless people.
All expenses are being covered by church members, and the sandwiches get prepared in different homes.
Why not gather your kids and youth to help you? Why not inviting a family to join you? Or your group of friends to engage in a meaningful activity?
The sandwiches are being delivered by ACS Dublin (www.facebook.com/acsdublin) to GPO (General Post Office), city centre, where Hope in the Darkness is serving a soup-run for homeless and poor people.
If you want to join, please contact us: email@example.com call/text 085 223 4482.
List of things needed
Our expenses are around 70€ per week, and thus we can make more than 100 rich and healthy sandwiches.
- 15 breads (brown, wholemeal)
- 2-3 butter
- 8 cheese (slices)
- 5 egg mayo
- 5 coleslaw
- 2 spinach
- 2 rockets
- 10 chicken/turkey (no ham!) slices,
- 2 bags of 50-80 individual bags to put them in.
With the above one should get around 130 sandwiches. You can count the slices of cheese or meat, or bread to have a figure in mind.
See in the pictures below the process:
Calendar for Q1 on 2020
|5 January||Dublin West – Catibog family (Blanchardstown)|
|12 January||Pathfinders Dublin Dacians|
|19 January||Dublin West – Manoli fam. (Balbriggan)|
|26 January||Dublin Romanians – Nour fam. (Bray)|
|2 February||FACI (Filipino Adventists)|
|9 February||Dublin Romanians – Rotaru fam. (Bray)|
|16 February||Dublin West|
|23 February||Dublin Romanians – Mindru fam. (Navan)|
|8 March||Dublin Romanians – Prida fam. (Gorey)|
|15 March||Dublin West|
|22 March||Youth from ACS (it is Global Youth Day)|
|29 March||Dublin Romanians – Cioloca fam. (Navan)|