MOJAC has teamed up with participating Utah Buffalo Wild Wings locations to raise food for the Utah Food Bank in recognition of National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week beginning November 17-23, 2013. Not all BWW locations will be participating in the food drive, but all are participating in the Eat Wings, Raise Funds for MOJAC that day.
Perhaps in your deep thinking, and some members of MOJAC concur with your thoughts, how could hunger and homelessness become realties in the richest nation on earth?
Hunger and homelessness are really beyond the comphrehension of many American citizens. However, MOJAC feels that since we have these two social maladies among us, we must deal with them.
The way MOJAC deals with them is to advertise the social awareness cause and then pass on the proceeds of that particular cause to other nonprofit agencies designed to provide the actual services. For this reason, we have teamed up the Utah Food Bank and their sudsidiaries to expedite to the local pantries.
If you are on our email list and you do not reside in the state of Utah, please feel free to take part in the awareness activities anyway. The San Francisco 49ers have donated one of their 2012 NFC Championship game ball to us.
So you can go to our website and register to win this commemorative item as part of a free registration process. Go to
and register for the ball. We still have bus seat availability to go see the San Francisco 49ers take on the Arizona Cardinals. Be sure to go to the Events tab of the website to get more information about going to the ball game.
For your upcoming holiay shopping, be sure to check out the MOJAC Shop tab and do your Christmas shopping via our website. So far you can shop at NFLShop.com, 1800Flowers.com, Football America, Baseball and Basketball Express. MOJAC receives commissions from these merchants to help us with our operating expenses. Your patronage will be mostly appreciated. Be sure to purchase a $2.00 Have-A-Heart fo the Hungry & Homeless on our website under the Win This Ball icon.