Hunger Ministries

Over 900 million people go hungry on any given day. More than 16,000 children die each day from hunger related causes, that’s one child every five seconds! In the United States, one of every six people does not have enough food. THAT IS NOT OKAY! The people of Incarnation believe that it is important to address hunger issues on a variety of fronts – tending to the immediate need of providing food and resources for people in crisis as well as working to address the root causes of hunger. Incarnation partners formally and informally with organizations locally and globally to make that happen.

Hunger Advocacy & Awareness Group

When: Once/month on Tuesdays, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., September – May.

Learn and talk about a variety of issues related to hunger, in a group with others who share a common concern for those struggle with food insecurity. The group gets together to study hunger issues, locally, nationally, and internationally, to learn about and visit organizations addressing hunger, and take part in advocacy efforts, such as letter-writing. This is an on-going group that is looking to welcome new people. Contact: Vernita Kennen at dvkennen@aol.com.

Incarnation’s has formal ministry partnerships with the following hunger agencies:

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf
Feed My Starving Children

In addition, Incarnation serves with the following local agency to help alleviate hunger in the community.

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is a program that delivers meals to seniors who are living independently. Based out of the Shoreview Community Center and serving the Mounds View area, Incarnation is responsible for one Meals on Wheels route on Fridays at lunch time. This is a fun, low time commitment opportunity to do with a friend, your children, or on your own. To volunteer, contact Becky Benson.

Questions about Hunger Ministries? Contact Becky Benson.