On Christmas Day, Bryna Misiura and David Goldman volunteered their time to support the efforts of Bread of Life at the Malden High School. Bread of Life is an organization that serves communities north of Boston with the goal to feed those in need or who are homeless. Its Christmas Day event has now taken place for over 30 years!
This year, the Christmas Day drive had over 100 volunteers and was able to provide warm, freshly cooked meals to over 1200 individuals in the communities north of Boston (900+ meals delivered and 300+ meals provided onsite at Malden High School). Volunteers cooked, packed, and delivered meals on Christmas day as well as many volunteers collected donations in the days leading up to the meal. These volunteers, arriving as early as 1:30am on Christmas day, were able to cook over 700lbs of Roast Beef, 450lbs of Potatoes, and hundreds of pounds of vegetables. Bryna Misiura and her family managed meal requests and organized the delivery of 900+ meals with 40+ volunteers delivering meals straight to people’s doors across over a dozen cities and towns.
Channel 7 news covered the event and a link to the coverage can be found here:
In addition to Bryna and David, Safiyyah Guzman and Jessica Perez volunteered their time to take phone calls from people requesting meals, and helped keep the ever-important delivery list for Christmas Day.
CMBG3 is committed to supporting our community and giving back through out CMBG3 Cares program, an initiative that ensures that every month, our team members have a way to volunteer their time to our community or make a contribution in some way to those in need.
If you would like more information about our community and charitable giving programs, please contact John Gardella (firstname.lastname@example.org).