About FHL Community

Faith Hope Love aims to be a catalyst for change by engaging in relationships
with food insecure neighbors on their path to self-sufficiency

Poverty creates real challenges for individuals, their families, and our communities. As resources are increasingly scarce, there has been greater collaboration at the top of the super pantry system. However the smaller neighborhood pantries have yet to organize themselves in a similar manner.  These pantries struggle with basic resources such as refrigeration for perishable foods.  But simply distributing more food won’t address the deeper-seated challenges these families face – need for food is often a result of other symptoms such as work, legal issues, housing, etc.

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Help Stop Food Insecurity in Central Indiana

Hunger is a foundational element in community transformation. The IHN Health Network of Indiana estimates an additional 27 million meals are needed to feed the food insecure. Growing numbers of Indianapolis residents are struggling to make enough money to consistently feed and support their families.


  • I cannot thank [FHL] enough for helping to shape our vision moving forward as we feel called to serve as a local church body.  This was a great first event to launch our vision of seeing families going together on mission.

    Church Director – Southport, IN
  • Great to hear from you and I am not surprised to hear [FHL] encouraging once again.  Thanks again for being the spark to get it all going.  God is good and I pray he blesses [FHL] in all you do...

    Serve Noblesville

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