January 2024 – Food Pantry Distributions Information

On Friday, January 31, 2024, a food pantry was held at the Church of the Living God, located at 6101 Dr. Martin L. King Blvd. in Moss Point, MS.

A total of 7,984 pounds of varied pre-packaged meals were available for distribution, encompassing options such as macaroni and cheese, chicken alfredo, chicken street tacos, enchiladas, stuffed pasta shells, roasted beef roasts, beef chili, beef hamburger sliders, beef hamburger patties, as well as pre-packaged salads and assorted vegetables. Attendees also had access to assorted bakery items including various breads, cakes, apple pies, cupcakes, muffins, and assorted cookies, along with an assortment of fruits such as apples, oranges, pineapples, limes, and lemons.

During the event, a representative from the Magnolia Medical Foundation distributed 580 COVID tests and provided COVID literature.

The food distribution was made possible through partnerships with MSPHI, SHEA, Feeding the Gulf Coast, and the Church of the Living God, with all food items being generously granted.

In total, the event served:

  • 837 individuals
  • 297 households
  • 250 seniors over the age of 60
  • 260 individuals under the age of 18
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On Friday, January 24, 2024, a food pantry was hosted at the Church of the Living God, located at 6101 Dr. Martin L. King Blvd. in Moss Point, MS.

A diverse assortment of pre-packaged meals, totaling 5,000 pounds, was made available for distribution. These included options like macaroni and cheese, chicken alfredo, chicken street tacos, enchiladas, stuffed pasta shells, and roasted chicken roller trays. Attendees also had access to various bakery items, including assorted slices of bread, cakes, apple and peach pies, cupcakes, muffins, and an array of cookies. Fresh fruits like apples, oranges, and pineapples were also provided.

During the event, a representative from the Magnolia Medical Foundation distributed 300 COVID tests and provided literature on COVID.

The food distribution was made possible through partnerships with MSPHI, SHEA, Feeding the Gulf Coast, and the Church of the Living God, with all food items being generously granted.

In total, the event served:

  • 771 individuals
  • 247 households
  • 246 seniors over the age of 60
  • 284 individuals under the age of 18.
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