project leader
Jackie G
location
220 7th st
(Wesley United Methodist Church)
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Thanks for providing help and hope

the project

Wesley United Methodist Church’s, Feed the Community Program joined the Fight Against Hunger over 30 years ago. When local shelters did not offer day shelter over the weekend, and resources were limited, The Historic Wesley United Methodist Church (UMC), along with other downtown churches, answered the call by providing a meal, toiletry items, clothing, and a place to escape inclement weather for individuals and families in need. Even during the pandemic, we continued the fight against hunger by offering a to go meal and delivering meals in the community.  At the historic Wesley UMC we feed the mind and body through fellowship and breaking bead with our neighbors.

Feed the Community Program's primary goal is to reduce short-term hunger and play a part in poverty alleviation by providing a meal to those in need. 

Your donation gives more than just food. Your donation allows us to provide nourishing meals, hygiene products, and socialization to some of the most vulnerable in our community. This program will enable people who otherwise may not be able to afford food or have a place to prepare food to receive a warm meal.

the steps

The program operates every Second Sunday. The funds will be used to purchase:    

toothbrushes and toothpaste                                                                                                            

toiletry bags                                                                                                                                          

 Buckets of household Supplies                                                                                                         

 Meals and supplies to serve and package meals

why we're doing it

The Feed the community program provides temporary relief from inclement weather, socialization, a warm meal, and connections with community resources. Meals are also delivered to individuals at Kennedy and Lakeview Plaza as needed.

budget

100 toothbrushes and toothpaste     $125.00 ($1.25 each)

100 Bag of toiletry items                   $375.00 ($3.75 each)

32 buckets of household supplies (Bucket $2.57 Walmart)            $202.24 ($6.32 each)

100 meals                                          $300.00($3.00 each)

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TOTAL                                                                                                                   $1,002.24

** Toiletry bags includes items such as shower shoes, socks, deodorant, combs, toilet paper, tissue, soap, body wash, face cloths, shampoo, conditioner and sanitizer.



TOTAL PROJECT FUNDING NEEDED $1,002
ioby Fiscal Sponsorship Fee (5%) N/A
ioby Donation Processing Fee (3%)
(Donation processing fee does not apply to match funding.)
$15
TOTAL TO RAISE= $1,018

Donation processing fees apply to donations only. 100% of match funding goes to projects. Please note, fees are estimated here and final numbers may change based on the final amount raised and amount of match funding applied to this campaign.

updates

Thanks for providing help and hope

The Wesley outreach team is so grateful to all who have and will support our feed the community program.  Because of you we will provide an additional 100 meals increasing out total meals to 200 meals, 32 buckets of household supplies, 100 toiletry bags including tooth brushes and tooth paste.  While we have reached our goal there is still time to support our ministry and help the most vulnerable in our community.  Thanks for providing hope and help to those in need. Feel free to come out and visit our ministry and follow us on facebook at Historic Wesley United Methodist Church.

Together We Can Make a Difference!                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

photos

This is where photos will go once we build flickr integration

donors

  • Jean W.
  • Jermaine R.
  • Deborah H.
  • Sylvia W.
  • Petey W.
  • Jamie
  • Anonymous
  • Danielle H.
  • Bernice T.
  • Earl H.
  • Brian M.
  • Aaron J.
  • Lynn W. H.