Free food distribution beginning at Chattahoochee Baptist Church, Cleveland

Chattahoochee Baptist Church in Cleveland has announced its new free food ministry in partnership with There's Hope for the Hungry. (Photo by There's Hope for the Hungry)

Karmen Hulsey, the missions director at the Chattahoochee Baptist Church in Cleveland, Georgia has announced the church is beginning a new food distribution ministry locally. The ministry is a partnership with There’s Hope for the Hungry, a food distribution organization located in Cumming, Georgia.

Free food will be available for those needing assistance on the second Wednesday of each month at the church, which is located at 7905 Duncan Bridge Road. No ID is required. Food will be distributed from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.

There’s Hope for the Hungry has been in operation since 2003. To date, the organization has provided food to almost 340,000 families and over 900,000 individuals. Those who have received food have included 250,000 children and 136,000 senior adults. So far, the organization has given out 7.5 million pounds of food. The organization describes itself as “a scripture-rooted, passion-filled ministry, founded in prayer and committed to evangelizing and feeding people who are in need.”

Chattahoochee Baptist Church joins forty-four other churches who partner with There’s Hope for the Hungry.

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