June 15 was the kickoff date for the brand new Community Action Relief Effort, or CARE, Mobile Pantry Program.
It was a warm day, but it was a great day thanks to the help of the Indianapolis Department of Public Safety and volunteers from the Nazarene Missionary Baptist Church.
We can’t thank our partners enough but would like to share the coverage from yesterday’s newscasts to show the impact made.
RTV6 – New mobile food pantry visits focus areas in Indianapolis
WISH-TV 8 – Gleaners, DPS partner to fight hunger
WTHR13 – Police use mobile food pantry to combat crime
IndyStar – Mobile pantries to deliver food to communities in need
Overall we served 229 households, impacting 818 individuals. 118 were children 0 to 5 years old, 275 were children 6 to 17, 360 were adults 18 to 64, and 65 adults were 65 or over. We also recorded that there were 27 veterans living in these households.
Learn more and help support the CARE Mobile Pantry Program today!