Reaching People with a Helping Hand throughout our community and with food and basic need products, as well as be prepared to assist in disaster relief efforts.
After the 2004 hurricanes we were the only distribution center still operating after all the other disaster relief efforts left our community. Today 14 years later we have developed a network distribution center and warehouse with two 24’ box truck to bring food and hygiene products into the county.
In 2005 we purchased our distribution center/warehouse which is opened twice a week most weeks of the year. Today, we help approximately 325—350 unduplicated families per week.
Directly after Hurricane Irma we held Disaster Relief effort serving 1300 families in one day. We continued to bring in supplies to help our community and others. 2021 was a great year to be ministry. We served over 25,000 families that are under-privileged migrant, or low-income families with 1.4 million pounds of food. Our numbers are ever increasing as people struggle to fight food insecurity by rising costs of living. Because of the call and the need being great, we ask for your prayer and your continued support.