Feed the Hungry
We bring our children and grandchildren to remind them that they’re fortunate.
In Georgia, our poverty statistics can be overwhelming. According to U.S. census data, Georgia has the third highest overall poverty rate in the nation, and we rank sixth in the nation for food insecurity. Feed the Hungry provides more than 1 million meals annually in Atlanta and much of north Georgia. Nearly 60 percent of the food goes to children.
We also host hundreds of volunteers each year — volunteers like the VFW Post 2681 and the Ladies Auxiliary, who continue to serve their country and community by packing Feed the Hungry food boxes.
The Publix Food for Sharing program provides us with food for hundreds of hungry families during the holiday season through generous donations from Publix shoppers. Feed the Hungry offers congregations, schools, companies and civic organizations the ability to make a meaningful impact to relieve hunger in their own communities.
Get in touch to find out how you can be a Life-changer in Georgia!
Date posted: July 27, 2015 | Posted in Feed the Hungry, News, Press Releases
ATLANTA, Ga. – July 7, 2015 – Leaders of Action Ministries and the Georgia Automobile Dealers Association (GADA) announced that their joint “Drive Out Hunger” campaign in May raised $125,000, which translates to nearly 250,000 meals for food-insecure families in…
Date posted: May 7, 2015 | Posted in Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Blog, Feed the Hungry, Gainesville, Rome, Smart Lunch, Smart Kid
At the end of April, my colleagues at Action Ministries and I traveled the back roads and interstates of the Peach State engaging Georgia car dealers as they work to address a real problem in their local communities – hunger.…
Date posted: February 3, 2015 | Posted in Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Event, Feed the Hungry, Gainesville, Housing, Rome, Smart Lunch, Smart Kid
How often is your congregation asked for assistance from the community? How do you effectively meet the needs of a hurting local population while engaging your congregation to serve God and their neighbors? Would it help to receive training and…