Feed. Educate. Serve.
Every day in our area there are over 100,000 children who may not know where their next meal is coming from. That's 1 out of 5 kids! Food Insecurity is defined as a lack of consistent access to enough affordable food for an active and healthy lifestyle. This results in delayed growth, more illness, increased risk of obesity and a higher risk of suicidal or depressive tendencies.Learn More
Hunger has a direct effect on a child's educational performance and experience. This results in an inability to concentrate, behavioral problems, poor performance in school and a higher dropout rate.Learn More
As we become involved with families through our feeding program we have the opportunity to learn about other needs the families may have. Reaching out and serving them with the love of Jesus is our ultimate goal.Learn More