Emergency Food Help
Long-Term Food Help
If we can conquer space, we can conquer childhood hunger.
– Buzz Aldrin
Organize a Food Drive
Organize a food drive at your church, office, or school. We provide collection barrels, flyers and posters. You provide the space & support!
Give a Meal-A-Month
Pick up a yellow bag at Feed My People or at your church, fill it up next time you are at the grocery store and return it to us. Each bag has a suggested meal for 1-3 people.
Where Does the Food Come From?
Feed My People also provides T.E.F.A.P – The Emergency Food Assistance Program provided by the State of Missouri and monitored by Family Support Division Food Distribution and the St. Louis Area Foodbank.
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(Combined Federal Campaign) CFC# is 82112