Unity of Ames has two Angel Gardens and has contributed 720 pounds of fresh produce to the Plant a Row for the Hungry Program in Ames, Iowa. On Nov. 22, 2015 we had a Harvest of Gratitude celebration to honor the volunteers of the Plant a Row Program in Ames!
Based at Unity Church of Overland Park, we help to serve meals in Kansas City. We are currently serving at the Kansas City Rescue Mission (men’s and women’s facilities) as well as at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Kansas City, KS. Open to all, our volunteers come mainly from UCOP, Unity Village and other Unity churches More Info »
This organization can help you get a deeper understanding of global refugee crises in all their complexities. As we seek to connect with our fellow human family, we can raise our awareness of current issues highlighted by the media. Then, we can link our knowledge with compassion and move toward creative action to help our More Info »
Even in one of the most prosperous counties in the United States, hunger is a persistent and growing reality for many people. In Fairfax County, nearly 70,000 people do not know where their next meal is coming from. Our Daily Bread in Fairfax sponsors this outreach program and screens all the families that our congregation More Info »
The Hypothermia Prevention Program sponsored by Cornerstones (formerly Reston Interfaith), is a program that provides a drop-in shelter and meals for approximately 30 homeless adults from December to March each year. We provide and serve dinner, and provide breakfast and bag lunches for the next day. Volunteers are needed to make and serve the dinner and More Info »
The Episcopal Hunger Relief Network, through Episcopal Community Services, a cooperative network of anti-hunger ministries within the Episcopal Diocese of West Missouri and the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas, serves meals to the homeless and working poor in the local communities. Here are some of the programs that are thriving with volunteer help and financial support: Kansas More Info »
The mission of Harvesters is to feed hungry people today and work to end hunger tomorrow. Harvesters is a regional food bank serving a 26-county area of northwestern Missouri and northeastern Kansas. Harvesters provides food and related household products to more than 620 not-for-profit agencies including emergency food pantries, community kitchens, homeless shelters, children’s homes and More Info »
Hospitality House was founded in 2005 as a roving homeless shelter housed at various churches and spiritual centers in Nevada County, California. Unity in the Gold Country was a founding member of the organization that is now in its eight year. Each night the homeless are housed at different location and are bussed there from More Info »