Ministry Details & Donation Items List

Food Insecurity in Georgia

Reaches New Record High

 

Hundreds of thousands of Georgians are facing food insecurity because of the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 is leaving more than a half-million more Georgians in a state of food insecurity. That's according to a recent supplemental report from the hunger-relief organization, “Feeding America.”

Mt. Zion's Outreach Cluster is doing something about it.

Please join the Outreach Cluster as we devote the entire month of September to providing families in need with food assistance. Mt. Zion is partnering with three local Marietta organizations, Storehouse Ministries, Community Assistance Center in Sandy Springs and There's Hope for the Hungry Ministry at St. Peter & Paul's Episcopal Church in East Cobb, to help fill their food pantries. 

 

Covered collection bins will be located in the drive-through circle by the main lobby doors, September 1-30. Below is a list of the most requested food items and toiletries. (Please note that standard size containers are best, as over-sized or family size containers can be difficult to pack and carry for many who use public transportation.)

 

 

September Food Drive