Dave Lowitz first got to know the work of Mother Marianne’s West Side Kitchen when he was working for the Resource Center for Independent Living (RCIL). At the invitation of Deacon Gil Nadeau, RCIL sent an outreach team to see the need first hand. They discovered, among other things, that 27 percent of the guests were homeless and 70 percent were unemployed.
Recently Dave recounted how impressed RCIL was with the work of West Side Kitchen, and that he had the pleasure of presenting Deacon Gil with RCIL’s Community Support Award back in 2010.
|Terry Reich, Ken Alcerin, Peter Carchedi, Dave Lowitz
Peter said the donation came from the New York Grand Lodge’s Humanitarian Fund.
Dave pointed to the fraternal organization’s aim to help people through its principles of “Friendship, Charity and Benevolence.”
But perhaps Peter said it best:
“We know that you people do good work.”