Bill Wright, a retired real estate agent, displays some of his authentic jams.
Photo by Robert Healy/The Connection
Open arms and open hearts at United Methodist Church of Great Falls pulled together to raise funds for those impacted by the recent hurricanes. Nonprofits like United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), are a major reason many families have been able to weather the storm. The relief fund provides clean food, potable water, temporary shelters, and hygiene supplies to those in need.
Sales from homemade apple cobbler and authentic jams to used books are just some of the ways United Methodist has raised money. Coty Dickson, a local co-op artist, offered paintings for sale. Diane Houseman, another resident of Great Falls, contributed new and used books to the bazaar. United Methodist also held a silent auction and homemade jewelry for sale, to raise funds for those impacted by hurricane damage. Small Bazaars like these provide care and comfort to families and friends affected by the recent slew of devastation in America.