I know that God was working through them to change me.


YES! I’ll give to Feed the Need Missions today and provide a place people can experience the transforming love of Christ through a hot meal each week and grow in their faith. Here is my gift:

Dear Friend,

At Feed the Need Missions, consistency is a core value that has empowered us to serve free meals, provide prayer, and share the love of Jesus weekly for the past 13 years. This commitment has allowed us to serve over 1.5 million meals, impacting countless lives, including Annie’s.

Annie faced a turbulent 12-year addiction, living on the streets for three years. In a haze of addiction, she vaguely remembers coming to our weekly site where we provided food and prayed, planting a seed of hope. Her turning point came after jail and a relapse, crying out to Jesus for help in a field. Placed in a rehab program at the same Feed the Need Missions site, Annie started serving weekly, opening up to volunteers who had prayed for her before rehab.

“I remember coming back to Feed the Need Missions for the first time after being in the rehab program and being really happy to see how God brought me back to the location I had received prayer at years prior,” Annie told us. “It showed me how God uses your faithfulness. Even though I didn’t know who the volunteers were when I first came, I know that God was working through them to change me.”

Now a rehab program graduate, Annie leads our weekly discussions, sharing her transformation and inspiring hope in others. Your consistent support makes stories like Annie’s possible.

As the holiday season approaches, help us continue to make an impact in our communities by donating today. Your gift of $25, $100, or even $1,000 will ensure that we will continue to consistently serve each week.

Thank you for giving generously today. Your faithfulness truly helps us be that consistent place where people can receive a hot meal and find that encouragement and hope week after week.

With Gratitude,

Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.

James 1:17