Loaves and Fishes is making the news! The Founder of Loaves and Fishes, Curtis Taylor, has received multiple awards including the Governor's Citation and the WLKY 2013 Bell Award. Click on the title above to read about Curtis receiveing the Bell Award.
Initially, I got involved with Loaves and Fishes because I am a parishioner at St. Francis in the Fields. I have grown up watching Curtis put out his cookies for people in exchange for a dollar which would be donated to his ministry. As much as I love going to church every Sunday, I really looked forward to giving my dollar, and enjoying a cookie after services.
It has been very special for me to have a role model like Curtis to look up to and learn from. He has taught me by example how to give back to the community and to look out for those in need. He does it with a big heart and in a Christ-like way. This is how I would like to live my life-by giving back to the community with a big heart and in a Christ-like way.
Loaves and Fishes participated with the ERC Youth Program during their first year of operation. Through this program, youth between the ages of 13-17 who have been in and out of the juvenile justice system volunteer with their families at local organizations. To read the full letter of appreciation from the ERC Program Coordinator, please click on the title above.
An anonymous donor is helping to feed the homeless through Curtis Taylor's service. Read the article by clicking on the title above to learn more about the exciting news for Loaves and Fishes!
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Read about the the Loaves and Fishes inspiring story to change lives one meal at a time. What started as a small endeavor has turned into a full fledge service ministry. Click on the title above to read more about how it all began.