12.3.18 / Community

God’s Love Serves Immigrant Children for Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, God’s Love delivered special holiday meals to immigrant children who have been separated from their parents and are being temporarily housed in New York. We were asked to send food
that “tastes like home.” To respond, our chefs cooked up pupusa de cerdo con curtido (a traditional Guatemalan/El Salvadorian pork-stuffed masa with traditional cole slaw) and pepian de pollo con arroz y frijoles
(a traditional Guatemalan chicken stew with coconut rice and beans) for the kids to enjoy. The children also received special desserts of tres leches cake and a traditional Guatemalan cookie. God’s Love is proud to
bring a little bit of home – and a lot of love – to these children.


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