Forever Faithful Food Program

Our Feeding Program Focus

A Forever Faithful Food Program helps provide for the shortfall of food to students and adults in school, shelters and households. Each week we provide food to our partner agencies as well. A glimpse of those we feed weekly are Rock Springs Elementary School, Laverne Middle School, Smyrna Middle School, Green House Ministries, Boulevard Terrance, Salvation Army, Nashville Rescue Mission, Doors of Hope and many more. Thanks to Panera Bread and other partners for making this possible. Our focus is:


  • Feeding individuals and families
  • Back-to-School Blessing – Supplying communities with food through outreach
  • Special Kids Program-Meals in schools for children in need
  • The Bread Basket-Meals served and delivered to homeless and shelters

The Bread Basket Volunteers Hit the Streets

  

As recent as May 2017, the Tennessean reported its’  statistics on poverty and hunger. The report found that 18.9% of  Nashvillians live in poverty — a higher rate than Tennessee (17.9%) and  the nation (15.9%). According to a recent Feeding America study, an estimated 49 million Americans are food insecure, including more than 1 million Tennesseans.

It is estimated that 13.3% of Rutherford County residents live in  poverty. According to the Tennessee Department of Human Services, 1 in 4  children in Tennessee face hunger every day. We are asking you to help  us bring hope to the poor and disadvantaged. Our organization seeks to  reach out to the impoverished community through our illiteracy  prevention and food distribution programs as well as generally helping  families in need.


CDC Back-to-School Providing Food Boxes

 

As recent as May 2017, the Tennessean reported its’  statistics on poverty and hunger. The report found that 18.9% of  Nashvillians live in poverty — a higher rate than Tennessee (17.9%) and  the nation (15.9%). According to a recent Feeding America study, an estimated 49 million Americans are food insecure, including more than 1 million Tennesseans.

It is estimated that 13.3% of Rutherford County residents live in  poverty. According to the Tennessee Department of Human Services, 1 in 4  children in Tennessee face hunger every day. We are asking you to help  us bring hope to the poor and disadvantaged. Our organization seeks to  reach out to the impoverished community through our illiteracy  prevention and food distribution programs as well as generally helping  families in need.

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