Our mission is to lift up needy lives. We feed and care for people who are hungry, homeless, hurting or need healing.
We primarily seek out and serve people on the streets, shaking their hands, learning their names, offering a sack lunch and seeing where the conversation leads.
Since 2003, we have served more than 109,000 meals. Most recently, we served 16,256 meals in 2016, marking the second straight year we served at least 16,000 meals.
We also work with other non-profits, serving dinners at shelters such as Samaritan Inn in McKinney, Texas, and the Zarrow Day Center for the Homeless in Tulsa, Okla.
About one-third of those we serve are entirely homeless. Another one-third live in shelters or temporary housing. The other one-third are economically-challenged individuals who reside in areas where we reach out.