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Recently Nurturing Golden Hearts Inc. celebrated the grand opening of their new Love, Hope & Charity Community Pantry in Bessemer. The pantry is located on the Macedonia Baptist Church campus in Bessemer at 1404 26th Street North, Bessemer. The pantry is open every 1st and 3r Thursday from 3 pm to 6 pm. Nurturing Golden Hearts is a non-profit which provides food and essential items for everyone in need. The new pantry is in partnership with Macedonia Baptist Church, Rev. William E. Scott, Pastor.

Nurturing Golden Hearts is a non-profit organization that provides food and essential items to struggling families, homeless, senior citizens, and those needing help to make ends meet. According to their website, their mission is “Our mission is to transform lives and empower communities by ending hunger and struggle for obtaining essential needs to overcome hardships.” And their pledge is, “We believe that food and essential items are not a need; They are a MUST! We are devoted to to be in touch with the needs of our community through food and crucial items for living with compassionate supportive services.” To find out more info and how you can help, visit https://nurturinggoldenhearts.org. Follow Nurturing Golden Hearts Inc. on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/nurturinggoldenhearts or on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/nurturinggoldenhearts.

On hand for the grand opening  was Alabama State Representative Louise Alexander, Bessemer Cutoff Division District Attorney Lynneice Washington, Jefferson County Deputy Treasurer Sherry McClain, Bessemer City Councilors Cynthia Donald, and Ron Marshall, Bessemer Area Chamber board members and ambassadors.