Epic Food Mission
Food Mission Distributions takes place from 9-11am on the 3rd Saturday of every month at the Compassion Care Center.
The Epic Food Mission began with a simple question: What would God have us do to share his love with the people of the Queen Creek/San Tan community? After months of prayer and hours of research, God revealed His will and the Epic Food Mission was born. Since its inception in the the Spring of 2007 the Food Mission has shared the love of Christ with thousands of families by providing emergency food boxes, hygiene supplies, and much needed baby items. More recently, the Food Mission team has expanded the ministry to include human resources which connect families with other agencies and services that can meet their overall needs.
Run by an incredible Leadership Team, as well as a tremendous body of volunteers, the Food Mission continues to make an eternal impact in the lives of countless people.
Food Mission Distributions take place from 9-11am on the 3rd Saturday of every month at the Compassion Care Center. If you are in need of an emergency food box please come to our next distribution and bring a photo ID and proof of residency. (Example: a current utility bill).
For general information about the Food Mission, please contact Jason or Marlene Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you would like to make a personal donation to help support the Epic Food Mission, please click here!
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