With last week's 'snowpocalypse' below freezing temperatures that we all dealt with, many shelters, churches and organizations opened up their doors to help those in need. I saw on social media countless families whose power went out that were forced to improvise and salvage what food they had in their refrigerators and freezers. This is exactly what happened to one local nonprofit. 

Jesus House which is located in Odessa, is a ministry that helps the less fortunate and the homeless. They have a soup kitchen "which is open to all who need assistance with meals.' However after the big freeze that took place last week, Jesus House lost all of the food they provide to the community, it went bad after freezing. If you would like to help replenish what they lost, you will have the opportunity to do so this Saturday, February 27th. 

Fat Heads Meats food truck will be hosting a benefit for Jesus House that day. If you would like to help, all you have to do is bring 5 cans of food and you will receive a free sandwich. The benefit will be taking place all day beginning at 11 a.m. and will continue until 8 p.m. and Fat Head Meats food truck will be parked near the MCM Grande Fundome.

If you are in need of services and unable to afford housing at this time, or are in need of a warm meal, Jesus House may be able to help you. Call (432)272-3362 or visit their website for more information.
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