Since May 2020, FHL has operated a missional food pantry provided by Starbucks Inc. where over 100 volunteers from various churches, businesses, and organizations have served food boxes to over 400 households.
Please join us to celebrate the good action in progress, learn more about hunger awareness, and enjoy an evening connecting within your community!
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 10th from 6-9pm
FHL Drive-Thru Missional Food Pantry, 6706 E. 82nd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46250
Safety is important to us, and due to COVID-19, we ask that all event participants wear masks if feasible, and practice social distancing during this fun, engaging event.
Do you need food assistance in the middle of the week?
The FHL Community Drive Missional Food Pantry is now serving “Dinners To-Go” every Thursday from 6pm to 7pm at our Castleton location at 6706 E. 82nd St. Indianapolis, IN 46250. Starting this Thursday we will start the “Dinner To-go.” We will give cooked meals and the recipients can easily heat them up when they get home. Brought to your by Fearless Kitchen
Just stop by our Drive-thru window and we will give you pre-cooked meals for your family to enjoy at the comfort of your own home. We also offer prayers!!
Don’t forget; it’s Drive-thru Prayer on Tuesdays from 4 pm to 7 pm.
Our FHL Drive-Thru Missional Food Pantry starts with devotions. After the spiritual, then the physical demonstration of God’s love. Every Saturday from 10 am to 11:30 am; one household per month is given boxes of food, one with fresh and the other nonperishable.
Households Served And Prayed For
The Drive-Thru pantry service continues with serving 35+ vehicles with 57 households. As part of the missional outreach to each household, on a given Saturday there is an average of 17 salvations and 1 rededication. Added on to the cars who receive food through the Drive-Thru, are those expanded volunteers’ outreaches ending with a total of 100 households provided.
How Our Outreaches End
At the end of each Saturday’s Drive-Thru missional food pantry, we offer the volunteers boxes of food to deliver on their way home to families in need and to offer prayers for the recipients as well. One of the very first ever volunteers of Faith, Hope and Love community delivered food to a family in a trailer park west of Indy. She received this beautiful note from the family!
What does a Drive-Thru MISSIONAL Food Pantry Provide?
MILK – 1 gallon CHICKEN NUGGETS – 11 lbs (frozen) PULLED PORK – 5 lbs. (frozen) BACON – 4 lbs. POTATOES – 5 lbs. bag ONIONS – 5 lbs. bag ICEBERG LETTUCE – one head AMERICAN CHEESE – 3 lbs. pack, individually wrapped slices ORANGES – 4 lbs. bag
And READ the conversations about the offered prayer….
Watch as over $200 worth of refrigerated pre packed food (50 lbs) arrives during the latest tour of the FHL Drive-Thru Missional Food Pantry. In addition, there were big white emergency boxes for each household. If you or your church would like to know more why many food pantries are switching to Missional Food Pantries, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The FHL Drive Thru Missional Food Pantry is located at 6706 E 82nd St.,Indianapolis, IN. 46250 (Castleton Area).
We are participating in #GivingTuesdayNow, to bring about greater awareness of food insecurity and get more involvement in our services through donations and volunteer support. FHL has participated in #GivingTuesday in the past years with success. Merlin Gonzales, President/CEO of FHL, “is very glad to be involved with the #GivingTuesdayNow program. Our aim is to generate more awareness and support for FHL and other similar organizations. The COVID-19 pandemic posed some challenges, but we are moving forward in spite of it anyway. The drive thru pantry is one way that exemplifies this forward momentum.” “As a global community, we can mourn this moment of extreme crisis while also finding the opportunity to support one another. We each have the power to make an impact with acts of generosity, no matter how small, and to ensure the sustainability of organizations and services that are crucial to the care and support of our communities,” said Asha Curran, CEO of GivingTuesday. “#GivingTuesdayNow is a chance for us to stand united and use grassroots generosity to show that we are all in this together, beginning to end. Even as many face financial uncertainty, generosity is not about size. From calling an elderly neighbor to chat to offering translation help; from showing gratitude to our healthcare workers to donating to your local food bank, every act of kindness is a beacon of hope in this crisis. We all have something to give, and every act of human consideration and kindness matters.” Those interested in Faith Hope Love Community’s #GivingTuesdayNow efforts can visit our website. For more details about the GivingTuesday movement, visit the Giving Tuesday website (www.givingtuesday.org), Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/GivingTuesday) or follow @GivingTuesday and #GivingTuesdayNow on Twitter