The Hunger Project, a Prestonwood Cares initiative, seeks to help alleviate hunger by partnering with area ministries to provide food resources to food-insecure individuals and families in the name of Jesus Christ.
Since March 2020, The Hunger Project initiative has:
- Partnered with ministries and organizations in Collin, Dallas and Denton counties to reach food-insecure individuals and families across North Texas
- Partnered with the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box Program initiative to add fresh produce, meats and dairy products to food-insecure individuals and families across North Texas
- Helped to provide nearly 250,000 meals to food-insecure individuals and families across North Texas
- Provided funding to ministries on five continents to help alleviate hunger-related tragedies due to the coronavirus quarantine
In the season following the end of the coronavirus pandemic, experts believe that “food insecurity” will become one of the primary challenges in America, as well as in countries around the world.
Through The Hunger Project, the Prestonwood community will become the light of Christ in our community, across the nation, and to the world.
Prestonwood Cares is a compassion ministry of Prestonwood Baptist Church.