Hungry for an opportunity to make a difference?
Here in our community, there are many experiencing food poverty— who find themselves making choices between providing food for themselves and their families or paying the month’s rent or utility bills. HopePark Church is collecting food for the Bellevue Community Food Bank which serves over 400 area residents each month.
April is a low-stock month. Greatest needs are cereal; canned vegetables: mixed vegetables, carrots, tomatoes, collard greens.
To participate, bag up much-needed canned and packaged food items and leave it behind your vehicle to be collected during each service. In case of rain, food will be collected inside at each entrance.
Share what you can.
Serving over 400 area residents each month, the Bellevue Community Food Bank provides high-quality and high-protein food for families in need. This free food bank is housed in the Bellevue United Methodist Church on Old Harding Pike and is open every Tuesday evening from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.