August 11, 2015
Auburn Hills, MI – The Reliance One Executive Leadership Team began their day of service with a walk through history as Roy Hoelscher, Volunteer Director, shared the inspiring story of how the Capuchin Soup Kitchen program came to Detroit. Roy has been serving the Detroit Community for over 40 years; he is dedicating his life to serving others. He shared the beautiful story of his daughter, 1 of 12 adopted children, who serves our country. There is no doubt that her morals and values are rooted with the passion and drive that Roy brings to light.
“The Soup Kitchen got its official start during the Great Depression of 1929, a period of devastating national poverty that caused the poor of this Detroit community to knock on the monastery’s back door asking for bread.” (www.cskdetroit.org) The Reliance One Team is challenging everyone to find time to volunteer. Kristen Latimer, Vice President of Administration reflects, “Everyone has been through a time in their life when the odds seem against them. People need a strong support system and help from the community to make it through. I shared the experience with my children and they are eager to volunteer their time now.”
“If you want to volunteer at the Capuchin Soup Kitchen we ask you to bring three important things with you: a willingness to work hard, an open and positive attitude, and a smile. We can promise you that you will work hard, have some fun, and learn a great deal about yourself and your fellow human beings.”
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