At present Samaritan House has over 35 Supper Clubs: church groups and groups of friends, neighbors and businesses provide the evening meal for residents once a month. Each group “owns” a specific day of the month; on that day they bring food, prepare it, serve it and clean up afterwards. It’s fun for residents and volunteers alike, and greatly appreciated by those who live at Samaritan House. We also need substitute groups who will fill in occasionally. It’s also possible to share the date with another group.
OneHarvest is a non-denominational, faith based organization that is committed to helping American families. We offer affordable, pre-packaged, high quality food boxes. Our quality standard is based on a simple question...
If Christ were sitting at our table, would we be proud to serve Him our food?
By partnering with local churches and other community minded organizations, we are able to offer a once monthly distribution giving you an opportunity to save, serve and connect. Savings is simple, everyone wants to save money and everyone has to eat. Serving and connecting with your community can be difficult at times.
We truly believe that food ministry is an awesome and effective way for you to serve and connect with your community. Our heart is ministry, feeding people is the bonus.
Ordering is open to everyone, there are no limits, qualifications or requirements. Order for yourself, a friend or family member, or for a family in need in your community.
Tarrant Area Food Bank provides donated and purchased food to more than 300 partner charities in Tarrant and 12 neighboring counties on the west side of the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) metropolitan area.
These Partner Agencies provide assistance to individuals and families in the form of bags of groceries to take home, hot meals served on-site, or snacks served during a group activity.
Each month, on average, the network distributes food to 47,000 or more households and serves more than 300,000 meals.
The people served include children, the elderly, the severely disabled, victims of AIDS and other chronic diseases, victims of abuse, the working poor and the unemployed.
Click the logos to be directed to their ministry website.
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