Joseph’s Storehouse readies for monthly food distribution

Joseph’s Storehouse Food Ministry Founder Bob Evans would like to invite all the hungry families of Wilson County to come for the monthly free food distribution Thursday and Saturday morning from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Jun 27, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Volunteers work to hand out supplies at the monthly food distribution at Joseph’s Storehouse.
(Submitted to The Democrat) Volunteers work to hand out supplies at the monthly food distribution at Joseph’s Storehouse.
(Submitted to The Democrat) Volunteers work to hand out supplies at the monthly food distribution at Joseph’s Storehouse.
(Submitted to The Democrat) Volunteers work to hand out supplies at the monthly food distribution at Joseph’s Storehouse.
(Submitted to The Democrat) Volunteers work to hand out supplies at the monthly food distribution at Joseph’s Storehouse.

 

Joseph’s Storehouse Food Ministry Founder, Brother Bob Evans, would like to invite all the hungry families of Wilson County to come for the monthly free food distribution Thursday and Saturday morning from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. 

New applicants are required to present two forms of identification with a picture on at least one, such as a driver’s license, and they must also bring proof of a Wilson County address, such as an electric bill or water bill along with proof of their total household income, such as a pay stub or bank statement.

“If our supporters could send us a little something extra to help us at this time, we would greatly appreciate it,” Evans said. “The rapid increase in fuel and other operating costs has risen sharply and it makes it difficult for us to make ends meet.” 

Donations can be mailed to Joseph’s Storehouse Food Ministry at 1960 S.E. Tater Peeler Rd., Lebanon, TN 37090.

Volunteers are also needed and encouraged to help and they should arrive between 8 and 8:15 a.m. 

If groups of more than six are planning to attend, they must call the office at 615-453-5777 or register online in order to participate so that everyone will have something to do. 

For more information, a map and directions, visit the ministry’s website at joestorehouse.com.

 

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