What's Going on at Good News?
Jackson EMC Donates $20,000!
December 13, 2017
Jackson EMC donated $20,000 to help with the purchase of commercial equipment for our kitchen in the dining hall. Our assistant director, Beth Oropeza, says "This equipment will improve the experience for both the volunteer and recipient, and aid in ensuring the quality of food prep." We are very blessed and thankful for Jackson EMC.
Novemeber 29, 2017
We are so thankful for all who gave on #GivingTuesday this year. Because of you, we were able to raise $7,910 dollars! The money will be put towards remodeling the men's shelter and hiring more staff to improve our facility to make a difference in our community by lifting Jesus up!
Same Kind of Different as Me Movie Premiere
October 16th, 2017
On October 20th, theaters around the country showed a new movie called Same Kind of Different as Me starring Jon Voight, Greg Kinnear, and Djimon Hounsou. Based on a true story, an international art dealer must befriend a dangerous homeless man to save his struggling marriage with his wife, whose dreams will lead all three of them on a journey of a lifetime.
We would appreciate if everyone could see it because the more people who buy tickets, the longer this movie will stay out in theaters. The message is so powerful that everyone should have the opportunity to see it. Check your local theater for show times and ticket prices.
Click HERE for the link to the Gainesville Show Times.
GN@N Celebrates 30 Years!
September 5, 2017
Good News at Noon is celebrating their 30th Anniversary with a volunteer appreciation dinner at Gainesville First Baptist's Banquet Hall on Septmeber 28th from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
We would like to thank all of our volunteers who have served over the past 30 years and appreciate all of your hard work, time, and dedication.
May 29, 2017
Good News at Noon received a $5,000 check from Publix's Food For All campaign. Check out our press release on Access WDUN.
Great Day of Service
April 12, 2017
Good News was blessed this spring to be part of First United Methodist Church's Great Day of Service. We were visited by a team of volunteers that worked diligently to put new ceiling tiles in our dining hall. The Lord uses volunteers to keep our ministry going, and we are thankful to be a part of First Methodist's efforts in our community.
April 12, 2017
The Wesley Foundation from the University of North Georgia also volunteered several times this school year to help clean our facility, paint, process donations, and organize our food pantry.
We love our volunteer groups!