In an email, Pastor Eddie Galindo shared that Servolution's goal is to "open up doors for people to sense the love of God through a simple act of kindness."
The outreach started at Cafe 501 where, right before patrons went to pay,they were told it was covered.
"We become 'all about me-all the time' only worry about myself and not anyone else. If you just take the time and share something for others, in turn people will share with other people. It will just keep progressing forward," shared owner of Frank's Pizzeria Bobby Aloe after being asked what he thought of the gift.
"I may have to go out and buy someone's groceries," added Aloe.
Isaiah Council's mother Emily shared that she came in not expecting it at all. While her son was getting his haircut she had a conversation with Galindo.
When her son's haircut was complete she went to pay and Galindo said that it was taken care of.
"This brings a community together," shared Emily Council.
" To see people come into our community and doing positive things. It sets a good example for us to work together as a community and do things for each other. "
The evening ended at Ice Cream Therapy, locally known as 4th Street Ice Cream, where the word of free ice cream spread very quickly.
Owner Lindsay Papinchak shared "We do try to make a difference and we always feel as though we go unseen. That is what we needed to feel the community's belief in us."
"We want to thank the church community for all of their efforts in this project. The kids need positivity and I hope they can feel like there is hope in the church's eyes for them."
"We simply want to show that we care about people in the community and give awareness that we are in the community," added Galindo.
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