Feed the Need Missions’ ministry is simply to feed people. We provide a hot meal on a weekly basis in communities across Texas. This weekly meal allows us to build long-lasting relationships and proclaim the love and message of Christ.

In addition, we provide disaster relief when needed in the communities we currently serve in, as well as our neighboring communities. We do this by providing a hot meal, listening ear, and by sharing the hope of Jesus.

Formerly named Mission U-Too, Feed the Need’s desire is that one day we will have a site in every town across the country (and hopefully across the world!). And, ultimately, that people’s lives would be changed by the gospel.


Jonah Beyer

Jonah Beyer


Jonah has been leading the vision of Feed the Need Missions to grow on a national scale by feeding people physically and spiritually in every town across the country since 2011. He is gifted with a number of talents and is driven to use those gifts in leading people down a path of being disciples of Christ, living a life of being on mission for Jesus. When he isn’t working on Feed the Need you will find him hanging out with his wife and two teenage kids, or serving their church and community. If you don’t find him there he might be skiing behind a boat or down the Rockies.

Jason Bray

Jason Bray

Vice President

Jason helps to propel the vision of feeding people physically and spiritually as well as implementing systems that allow the ministry to reach people on the streets and those that wish to partner with Feed the Need Missions. He began working with Feed the Need in 2007 and has since been helping to spread Feed the Need. Jason spends most of his time with his wife and three kids as well as traveling and playing music.

Shannon Miller

Shannon Miller

Marketing Director

Shannon helps us communicate who we are through our website, design, and fundraising strategy. She started volunteering with Feed the Need Missions in 2011, and has been helping shape our brand and grow our organization ever since. When she isn’t working with Feed the Need you can find her tending to her veggie garden, working with her husband remodeling their 1945 home, and going on adventures with their two kids and favorite pup.

Christine Farquhar

Christine Farquhar

Donor Relations & Administrative Assistant

Christine helps with bookkeeping, administrative duties, donor relations, and grant writer. She started volunteering with Feed the Need Missions in 2012 with a desire to love people where they’re at, to see relationships built with donors and to connect them with the mission and vision of Feed the Need. When she isn’t working with Feed the Need you can find her spending time with her husband and three children, reading a book or enjoying the quietness of the outdoors.

Christy Beyer

Christy Beyer

Program Stroryteller

Christy spends time capturing stories, updating social media, blogging and pouring into the lives of those she serves at Feed the Need Missions, including volunteers. She has been volunteering with Feed the Need since 2011, alongside her husband, Jonah. When she’s not working she enjoys the outdoors with her two dogs, spending time with her husband and two kids, traveling, beaches, homeschooling and sunny days.

Jace Allen

Jace Allen

Bastrop Area Program Coordinator

Jace oversees the Bastrop County area which currently consists of five sites. He started volunteering in 2015 and ran the Gidding’s site. When he isn‘t working with Feed the Need Missions he is out exploring God’s creation with his wife, either kayaking, hiking, or camping.

Brandon Phifer

Brandon Phifer

North Fort Worth Area Program Coordinator

Brandon oversees the North Fort Worth area site locations and leads the Justin, TX site. He is passionate about Feed the Need Missions’ vision and has been volunteering since 2016. Christ gripped his heart in 2002, brought him a wonderful wife in 2006, and now they are raising a handful of growing kids.


Jonah Beyer
President, Feed the Need Missions

Jason Bray
Vice President, Feed the Need Missions

Michael Warden
Attorney at Law

Drew Granzow
Chief Operating Officer, Cogency Power

Bryan Bracewell
Chief Executive Officer, Southside Market & Barbeque


Bastrop County nonprofits participate in daylong festival of giving
Austin American-Statesman, February 21, 2017

Christian charity helps Bastrop woman recover from alcohol-fueled past
Austin American-Statesman, December 7, 2016

Hand delivering help to homeowners and first responders
CBS Austin, October 20, 2015

Five Days After Van Tornado Neighbors Help Neighbors In New Ways
CBS DFW, May 15, 2015

Mission U-Too sausage is more than just dinner
DailyTrib.com, February 21, 2014

Mission U-Too volunteers serve lunch to those in need
Austin American-Statesman, August 1, 2013

Volunteers reach out to rural tornado victims
NBC WTHR/Channel 13 Indianapolis, March 6, 2012

One Bastrop recovery effort led by two women whose homes were spared by fires
Austin American-Statesman, October 8, 2011

Free burgers on a cold night
The Bastrop Advertiser, January 16, 2011