Hunger

As it says in Isaiah 55:1-2 – “Come, all you who are thirsty,
come to the waters;
and you who have no money,
come, buy and eat!
Come, buy wine and milk
without money and without cost.”

Just as God feeds us, we seek to provide for those who are less fortunate. The following are a few of the programs that Feed the Hungry or Support Ways to Dispel Hunger in our local community.


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Pack Away Hunger

Life. Hunger steals quality of life. For some it steals life itself. Small children are especially vulnerable, and each day more than 8,000 perish due to hunger related causes.

Changing. Fueled by like-minded community members, we provide meals that have the power to transform lives. Regular access to nutritious food does more than satisfy in the short term. It builds the foundation for a hopeful future.

Nutrition. Superior nutrition in each serving is vital. Our meals carry a powerful vitamin/mineral combination. This newly developed formula is scientifically proven to improve key health factors of the chronically hungry.


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The Sharing Place


The Sharing Place is a material assistance program and TEFAP participant providing free food and clothing to families in need. Located inside the Lawrence Township Community and Education Center on the East side of Indianapolis, the Sharing Place is staffed by volunteers recruited from the community and local churches.



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Midwest Food Bank


As a faith based organization it is the mission of Midwest Food Bank to alleviate hunger and poverty by gathering and distributing food donations to not-for-profits and disaster sites without cost to the recipients.


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Helping Hand Food Pantry – Anderson, IN


In Madison County, over 20,000 people do not have the funds to pay their bills and buy enough food for their family.

At the Helping Hand Food Pantry, we strive to provide as many of our neighbors as we can with nutritious food as a way to show the love that Jesus Christ has for all of his children.