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GG’S STORY

GG's journey began in the grips of addiction, where despair seemed to be her constant companion. But in some of her darkest moments, with courage and determination, GG slowly but surely began to rebuild her life. After 22 years of sobriety,…
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IGNITING CHANGE: SMITHVILLE SITE TEAM

The mission and vision of Feed the Need Missions is to feed people physically and spiritually while simultaneously building communities of Jesus followers that noticeably impact their community. Some of our Smithville Site Volunteers recently…
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Fire Safety: Protecting Your Home and Family

This week is National Fire Prevention Week. This is observed annually during the week of October 9th and commemorates the devastating Great Chicago Fire of 1871. This tragic event serves as a reminder of the critical need for fire safety awareness…
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What Feed the Need Missions Means to Me

When I think about Feed The Need Missions and how it’s specifically impacted my immediate family and our family by marriage (we call ourselves the “Chamores,” which is a combination of our last names, Chastain and Gilmore). It is like…
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Give Back Beef Program

We are excited to announce our Nonprofit Ministry's latest initiative: our Give Back Beef program. Over 13 years ago, we embarked on a mission to bring the message of Feed the Need Missions to communities far and wide, offering hot meals and…

2023 Gobble Kit Program

As we eagerly prepare for the sixth year of our Gobble Kit program, we invite you, your friends, family, your church, and the entire community to join us in this heartwarming endeavor. Your partnership can make Thanksgiving 2023 a memorable…

Cardboard Testimonies

We recently had the incredible privilege of coming together at our 2023 Annual Gala, and what a night it was! It was a night filled with celebration, generosity, and gratitude for the remarkable transformations that have taken place in the lives…
tornado destruction

National Disaster Awareness Month

Did you know that September is National Disaster Relief Awareness Month? It's a time when we all come together to recognize the importance of being prepared for the unexpected. At Feed the Need Missions, we've been on the frontlines of serving…
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From Recovery to Inspiration: Annie’s Story

At Feed the Need Missions, we believe that a burger is more than just a meal; it's a tool to share the Gospel and spread love within our community. Our weekly cookouts serve not only hot meals but also spiritual nourishment to anyone who stops…
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A Child’s Question, A Lesson in Compassion

"Mama, where are the grown-ups?" my four-year-old son asked at the site. He was looking at the table behind us and saw a group of kids sitting together, but they didn’t have a mom or dad with them. “What do you mean, buddy?” I wanted to…
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Meet A Volunteer: Beth

A lot has changed in the past few years in Bastrop and the world. In 2020, I experienced some COVID anxiety, along with feeling lonely and disconnected while isolating during the pandemic. Many years ago, I was trapped in a cycle of 'stinkin’…
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Meet a Volunteer: Tommy and Martha

Over the next several months we are going to be doing a special series on our volunteers called “Volunteers of the month”. We know that all our volunteers are worthy of highlighting but we wanted to take a moment and celebrate some people…

Site Update: Lexington

Have you ever heard of a little town in Texas called Lexington? If you have, it might be because of the world famous Snow’s BBQ, which is world famous for all the right reasons! It might be because of the Lexington High Schools football program,…
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Events: Texas Burger Bash

Every community has it’s own unique culture and that is definitely the case here in the Lone Star State! In Texas, burgers and backyard games are one of our favorite past times. For many involved in Feed the Need Missions, the thought of combining…
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Feed the Need With Us On Giving Tuesday

Each week Feed the Need Missions diligently works to meet the physical and spiritual needs in the communities we serve across Texas. Our sites meet at the same day and time each week to provide a consistent free meal to anyone who shows up.…
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A Forgotten Community

Meet volunteers Ben and Debbie Ortiz. They faithfully serve weekly at our Stony Point site. When asked about the impact on the Stony Point community Feed the Need Missions has had Ben shared, “Stony Point is a forgotten community and people…
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Fire Safety: Protecting Your Home and Family

This week is National Fire Prevention Week. This is observed annually during the week of October 9th and commemorates the devastating Great Chicago Fire of 1871. This tragic event serves as a reminder of the critical need for fire safety awareness…
,

What Feed the Need Missions Means to Me

When I think about Feed The Need Missions and how it’s specifically impacted my immediate family and our family by marriage (we call ourselves the “Chamores,” which is a combination of our last names, Chastain and Gilmore). It is like…
,

Give Back Beef Program

We are excited to announce our Nonprofit Ministry's latest initiative: our Give Back Beef program. Over 13 years ago, we embarked on a mission to bring the message of Feed the Need Missions to communities far and wide, offering hot meals and…

2023 Gobble Kit Program

As we eagerly prepare for the sixth year of our Gobble Kit program, we invite you, your friends, family, your church, and the entire community to join us in this heartwarming endeavor. Your partnership can make Thanksgiving 2023 a memorable…

Cardboard Testimonies

We recently had the incredible privilege of coming together at our 2023 Annual Gala, and what a night it was! It was a night filled with celebration, generosity, and gratitude for the remarkable transformations that have taken place in the lives…
tornado destruction

National Disaster Awareness Month

Did you know that September is National Disaster Relief Awareness Month? It's a time when we all come together to recognize the importance of being prepared for the unexpected. At Feed the Need Missions, we've been on the frontlines of serving…
,

From Recovery to Inspiration: Annie’s Story

At Feed the Need Missions, we believe that a burger is more than just a meal; it's a tool to share the Gospel and spread love within our community. Our weekly cookouts serve not only hot meals but also spiritual nourishment to anyone who stops…
,

A Child’s Question, A Lesson in Compassion

"Mama, where are the grown-ups?" my four-year-old son asked at the site. He was looking at the table behind us and saw a group of kids sitting together, but they didn’t have a mom or dad with them. “What do you mean, buddy?” I wanted to…
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Meet A Volunteer: Beth

A lot has changed in the past few years in Bastrop and the world. In 2020, I experienced some COVID anxiety, along with feeling lonely and disconnected while isolating during the pandemic. Many years ago, I was trapped in a cycle of 'stinkin’…
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Meet a Volunteer: Tommy and Martha

Over the next several months we are going to be doing a special series on our volunteers called “Volunteers of the month”. We know that all our volunteers are worthy of highlighting but we wanted to take a moment and celebrate some people…

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