The Bishop Jean Williams Food Pantry incredible volunteers continue providing genuine care and nutritious food amidst COVID-19 crisis. Pantry distribution increased by over 300 families during the months of March and April bringing the number of families served on a weekly basis to over 600. (view video above)

People are so grateful for the incredible staff, volunteers and those who donate to help during these difficult times.  Here are a few examples:

REDIRECTING RESOURCES

617,000 POUNDS OF FOOD

912,936 MEALS

TO

78,843 INDIVIDUALS

 IN 2020

 

EQUIPPING FAMILIES

30 INDIVIDUALS RECEIVED LIFE COACHING

 IN 2020

ACHIEVING RESULTS

Healthy Lifestyle Changes 

Employment/Credit Repair 

Home Ownership

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Family food budgets are often the first to be cut, reducing both the amount of quality of food in many households and putting people in situations of food insecurity and hunger. In 2018, we made changes to the way pantry operates in order to accommodate the growing need.  Families are now able to shop every week if desired in an effort to increase their ability to become economically stable.

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