We exisit to express the love of God to every man, woman, and child.
Two years ago the Directors of the Goodness Project and Resurrection Life Food Pantry met under tense circumstances. Two head strong women passionate about meeting the needs of the community met for the first time and it could get ugly.
Samson is by far the largest member of our team. At just over 9 tons, he carries the weight of the pantry on his shoulders...or at the very least on his wheel base. His impressive full figure 20’ box with liftgate attachment has the ability to move 8 pallets or up to 16,000 lbs. in one load.
COVID was in the United States and working across New York State. Monday, March 16, was a mad scramble to convert Resurrection Life Food Pantry, one of WNY’s largest food pantries from a “client choice” pantry to a pre-packed drive-thru, and we had less than 24 hours to accomplish this.In the middle of the scramble I received a call that my 83-year-old father would not make it much longer. I needed to get on a flight to Miami immediately. I was facing my own personal crisis and it was about to get worse. I literally had to leave the staff and volunteers in the middle of the unknown to handle a situation of uncertainties, with no time for a trial run.
You’ve seen ALICE and may not even know it. ALICE walked by you on the street, passed you in the hallway, or waved from the window. ALICE is not the prettiest thing, as a matter of fact, ALICE can be quite ugly. ALICE is depressed, unstable, and scared; hiding in plain sight andhoping you don’t see the struggle.You see ALICE isn’t one single person.