GMCC - Serving the Least, the Lost, and the Left Behind
Focusing on the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis, Brian Noy brings together students, farmers and the East African community in service to each other.
He is the director of Campus Kitchens at Augsburg College and has been instrumental in connecting the college with the Brian Coyle Center Food Shelf. But his involvement goes much deeper:
“This is a great way to connect students with the neighborhood, to promote civic engagement through good food,” Noy said. “It thrills me seeing students and others become aware and excited about what they have the power to do, to accomplish.”
Greater Minneapolis Council of Churches (GMCC) focuses on fighting hunger, helping seniors, empowering urban Native Americans, nurturing families and mentoring youth. GMCC is a nonprofit where compassion has inspired action since 1905.
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