A local, faith-based organization that has been part of the Jackson community since 1976.
To lead and engage the community in the fight against hunger.
To reach out with the love of Christ to help people in need by providing physical and spiritual nourishment.
As much as we are all about fighting hunger, we are a safe place for people to find community and experience Christ.
Because food insecurity is a major problem in Jackson-Madison County. According to Feeding America, 24.3% of children in Madison County are food insecure. United Way of West Tennessee reports that 48% of all households in Jackson live in poverty or earn just above the federal poverty level but not enough to make ends meet.