MTA Service Project Provides Meals to Those in Need
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Members of the Mormon Transhumanist Association’s Provo, Utah Chapter recently completed a community service project that provided over 100 meals to the Food & Care Coalition of Provo.
The Association purchased the food and then assembled fully prepared lunches that they donated to the Coalition. In all, the service project comprised over 30 human hours to complete. The 100+ meals are helping the Coalition’s mission to “implement tangible solutions for poverty in Utah County, engage with the community to create opportunities for social change, and balance compassion with personal responsibility.”
This project is the first of many future efforts planned by the MTA CEO, Blaire Ostler, to offer greater involvement in the community and better fulfill the Association’s mission. Ostler noted, “One of the purposes of the MTA is to send relief, consolation, and healing to raise each other up. We seek to immerse ourselves in the body of Christ. This is one small way we can do that.”
To learn more about the Food & Care Coalition of Provo or learn about ways to serve, you can visit their website here.
To show your interest on becoming a part of the MTA’s community service efforts, you can contact the Association at: [[email protected]]