Making an Impact as We Nourish Littleton Each Week!
Break Bread is making a lasting impact in our Littleton community. We are thrilled to share some up-close stories of this impact as experienced by our volunteers and the neighbors we serve.
An Activities Helper’s Story: Sarah Haysley
The British folks may have Mary Poppins in their midst, but here at Break Bread we have a team of delightful volunteers with green name badges who lead our children’s activities after each meal. Here is a story written by Sarah Haysley, one of our youth ambassadors who works with our children …
A Frequent Neighborhood Diner’s Story:
Have you ever wondered how a frequent diner might describe Break Bread on Yelp! (that online service that reviews restaurants and attractions)? Here is one person’s take on a typical evening at Break Bread….
A Meal Server’s Story: Harvey Lee
An apron is the favorite fashion that you’ll see Harvey wearing as he carries bowls filled with delicious ….
A Greeter’s Story: Bob McVeigh
There is a saying that “Bob’s your uncle,” but at Break Bread, Bob might be …
A Kitchen Volunteer’s Story: Pat Estes
Pat Estes has been a volunteer for Break Bread since day one. In fact, she was a part of the conversations held at Littleton United Methodist Church that created Break Bread. Most Saturdays, Pat helps with set-up, shares in the meal and …