Partnerships Continuing to Feed a Community in Need

Partnerships Continuing to Feed a Community in Need



Following the success of the mobile food market in June, Project Compassion NFP, our Local YMCAs, the St. Louis Food Bank, and Living the Word Church partnered together once again along with 38 volunteers that included students from several surrounding schools, members of HEALTHIER TOGETHER, and other local organizations to bring another successful mobile food market to St. Clair County. In the time of this pandemic, many people are struggling to make ends meet. This is just one way these partnerships are helping alleviate some of the stress of the day to day in this new normal for their community.

This team was able to put together and distribute boxes that contained 8,524 pounds of food to the community. Their efforts impacted 139 families, 448 community members total, through this single-day event. The boxes included a healthy assortment of dairy, vegetables, fruit, and meat as well as some essential hard to obtain items, such as masks that were donated by Lowes.

Volunteers working hard to get masks, food, and toiletries into the hands of those who need it

Volunteers working hard to get masks, food, and toiletries into the hands of those who need it.

Together they distributed 8,524 lbs. of food to the community.

Volunteers of the community and partnering organizations came together to work the mobile food market

Volunteers of the community and partnering organizations came together to work the mobile food market.

A community working together to make sure everyone has basic necessities

A community working together to make sure everyone has basic necessities.

The next mobile food market will be held on August 7th, 2020 at Althoff High School from 10:00 am. These markets are ran on a first come, first serve basis until supplies last. Make sure to spread the word and share with your families, friends, and neighbors who could use the help. For more information on this event, or how to volunteer, visit the Project Compassion, NFP facebook page.

448 community members, 196 of which were under the age of 18 were impacted.


For more information on how you can get involved in your St. Clair County community, contact us HERE or email us at info@healthiertogether.net. You can also visit the HEALTHIER TOGETHER website for additional information one who we are and what we do, as well as see our event calendar.

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