Pat Costello has been a driver, NMDC Dispatch Coordinator, and Office Manager at God's Love. She started working here in 1991 and can still remember the first person she ever delivered to. Pat is an institution at God's Love,…
God’s Love We Deliver turns 35 this year. It is an honor to be here with you.
So much has changed in our 35 years, but our core values have not. Every day our clients struggle with malnutrition, illness, hunger and isolation and, every day, more and more people reach out to us for help. When they contact God’s Love, they find a community who cares deeply about them.
Together, we are dedicated to cooking and delivering the individually-tailored meals and providing the nutrition counseling that our clients require at a time in their lives when they need it most. And, thanks to you and your support, our meals and services are free to clients, and full of love.
So many people have made God’s Love We Deliver what it is. We hope you’ll enjoy these audio interviews, from our founder Ganga Stone to our current President & CEO Karen Pearl and everyone in between, whose lives have been touched by God’s Love, and who have made such a difference here. We send our thanks and love to all those who participated, and especially to writer and audio archivist Philippe Ungar who made this project possible.
If you have a story to tell about your experience with God’s Love, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Message from Audio Archivist Philippe Ungar
Philippe Ungar is a French writer and audio archivist based in Brooklyn, NY. In 2019-2020, Philippe recorded audio interviews with God’s Love volunteers, staff, and community members about their history with God’s Love We Deliver.
I am thankful to all who participated in this series for their time and their trust.
These recordings are a priceless tool to remind us of the terrible times in NYC when God’s Love began, in which some people decided to improve the health and well-being of men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other serious illnesses by alleviating hunger and malnutrition.
With my respect and enthusiasm for God’s Love, I decided to offer my archiving expertise to this formidable organization.