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Sep
2
2017

Wow. Amazing volunteers!

Published: September 2nd 2017 @ 2:00 PM by Phil Hodel

We asked for support and our community responded.  We had over 450 volunteers join us this morning to help sort and repackage disaster relief supplies.  WOW, just WOW.  Thanks to the work some AWESOME volunteers this morning, our truck is loaded and ready to depart Monday morning.  We are blessed to live in a community that cares.  Much more will be needed to be done in the coming …

Aug
28
2017

Disaster Relief for Texas

Published: August 28th 2017 @ 2:45 PM by Phil Hodel

As a Salvation Army first responder, Midwest Food Bank is answering the call to send disaster relief food boxes to Texas. By the end of Hurricane Harvey, up to 100 inches of rain is possible. Already over 30,000 people are seeking temporary shelter.

The extreme and widespread damage calls for long term relief efforts.

 

Two semi loads of Family Food Boxes have been sent to …

Apr
4
2017

New expansion ribbon cutting

Published: April 4th 2017 @ 11:35 AM by Phil Hodel

Two loading docks and an additional 8,000 sq. ft. were added to Midwest Food Bank Georgia's 34,000 sq. ft. distribution center. With the work completed, we held a ribbon cutting ceremony for their expansion on Friday, March 31, at 8:30 am. Over 100 people attended the event, including Peachtree City Mayor, Vanessa Fleisch, Fayetteville Mayor, Ed Johnson, and Chamber of Commerce President and …

Mar
17
2017

What the Lord has done

Published: March 17th 2017 @ 10:45 AM by Phil Hodel

"This is the Lord's doing; it is marvellous in our eyes." 

- Psalm 118:23

 

In 2003, David Kieser and his family stepped out in faith to start Midwest Food Bank out of their family farm in Mclean …

Feb
10
2017

Expansion work progresses

Published: February 10th 2017 @ 1:55 PM by Phil Hodel

   Here are a few photos of our expansion project. It is very exciting to see the progress on the building, knowing that in the very near future, tens of thousands of pounds of food will begin flowing across the loading dock to help feed hungry people. Please consider making a donation to help us cover thecost of the expansion.

 

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