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The Humanity Project

Humanity Project (1)

(December 2019) John Majensky (rightmost in the above image) has been an owner-operator at Midland for over 7 years. Anyone who meets John soon finds out that he is incredibly passionate about giving back, especially over the holiday season. For the second year in a row, John has rallied his family and friends to serve a holiday feast for those less fortunate at the Humanity Project in Moncton. The group collected donations, purchased food, put hours into preparation, served the meal, and cleaned up after everyone had eaten. Because of John and his team, over 100 community members in need were able to enjoy a wonderful Christmas dinner!

 

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Charlie Burrell, the founder of the Humanity Project, first met John when he came walking through the front doors one day. John has a pretty elaborate smoking set up and volunteered to prepare as much ham and fixings as could be eaten.  

 

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The Humanity Project prepares meals for the homeless and working poor year-round and depends primarily on community members like John to donate provisions, winter-wear, volunteer time, and more. To find out how you can help, visit https://thehumanityproject.ca/how-to-help/.