We Serve Those Who Are Hungry
We support many Charlotte agencies that serve our neighbors in need of food. Join the team that provides lunch at St. Peter’s Soup Kitchen or dinner at the Men’s Shelter. Our monthly Rice Bowl Offering supports hunger ministries in our community through Loaves and Fishes and internationally through Church World Service Hunger Relief.
St. Peter’s Soup Kitchenwww.urbanministrycenter.org/services-a-programs/soup-kitchen
Rise Against Hunger (f/k/a Stop Hunger Now) Meal Packaging Event
November 8, 2017 | 6:30-8:30pm | Cornwell Center Gym
Stop Hunger Now is an international hunger relief organization that coordinates the distribution of food and other life-saving aid around the world. In an assembly line process, in just 90 minutes, volunteers may package freeze-dried vegetables, soy protein and rice into meals that are shipped nationally and internationally. Our annual Stop Hunger Now event takes place during Lent.
Every second Saturday morning of the month, a group of MPBC volunteers prepare a noon meal for our neighbors at the Soup Kitchen located at the Urban Ministry Center. Tasks include: preparation of soup, sandwiches, salad, fruit, dessert buffet and clean-up.
Contact: Men’s Shelter Cooking Teamwww.mensshelterofcharlotte.org
Holly Hobson Wood, email@example.com
Join the MPBC team that prepares dinner and sack lunches six times throughout the year for our neighbors at the Men’s Shelter and McCreesh Place.
Contact: Bob Bishop, firstname.lastname@example.org
Friendship Trays www.friendshiptrays.org
We also partner with the following local agencies to serve our neighbors. Please contact them individually to become involved.
2401 Distribution St #A, Charlotte, NC 28203-5378
Volunteers at Friendship Trays package and deliver balanced meals Mondays through Fridays to individuals who are unable to obtain or prepare their own meals.Friendship Garden
In March of 2012, a group of MPBC members got together and decided to create our Friendship Garden. They built nine raised beds, filled them with top notch garden soil and planted a variety of vegetables. The garden plot is between the Selwyn Avenue entrance to the Cornwell Center and the brick wall behind the Heaton Hall kitchen. The garden produce is donated to Friendship Trays,
a local organization that delivers more than 600 meals daily to elderly, handicapped or convalescing people who would otherwise go without.Loaves and Fisheswww.loavesandfishes.org
PO Box 11234, Charlotte, NC 28220
Loaves and Fishes provides a week’s worth of nutritious groceries to individuals and families in need.
Second Harvest Food Bankwww.secondharvestmetrolina.org
500 B Spratt Street, Chalotte, NC 28206
Second Harvest Food Bank feeds people by soliciting and distributing food through partner agencies.
(704) 334-7232 x 113