Mission Statement

FEED THE HUNGRY CORPORATION 501(C)(3), seeks to partner with local entities to, not only feed the community for a day, but to identify deeper needs within the community and to help these people in partnerships with local churches, food banks, clothing banks, shelters, Counselors, et al.  From inception, we have been able to identify needs and in partnerships with local churches, food banks, clothing banks, shelters, Counselors, we have been able to provide groceries, clothing, counseling, pay utility bills, provide gift cards and even hope, especially at Christmas.

We are currently doing a needs survey to determine how we can better serve and improve our community. Our members are dedicated to serving the community. In fact, that is a part of our mission.  

FEED THE HUNGRY CORPORATION board members are interested in creating a Boys and Girls Club, especially in the Cedar Creek Lake area, where children can have a safe place for well-rounded Renaissance activities including a hot meal, After-School programs, Tutoring, State & Home School credit, Computer Knowledge, Career Exploration, Camping & Outdoors, Music, Water Sports, Basketball, Soccer, Crafts, and Health. 

"Anyone can be great because anyone can serve." ~Martin Luther King Jr.

The public may contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and contribute at Venmo https://venmo.com/FeedTheHungry-Corporation

After the Tornado in Rowlett in 2015, we were feeding people free and we noticed that there were deeper needs in the community. In addition, during these events, we noticed that many other people want to volunteer to help. Along with my staff in Rowlett and Mabank, we decided that we could feed the hungry, no questions asked. Simultaneously, we could have local Help Centers, Counselors, Churches, Clothing Banks, Food Banks, Shelters, etc to stand by and offer other assistance!