God calls us to love and serve our neighbors.  We partner with our local schools to identify families who need a helping hand at Christmas. One way we respond is by providing all the items needed for a beautiful Christmas dinner.  Our goal is to provide dinners for 757 families across the 757!

But, it’s more than a meal; it’s helping families know and experience the joy and hope of the Christmas season, drawing them into the celebration of the birth of Jesus in a special way.

How can you help?  Grab a bag at one of the campuses on October 8th and fill it with the items listed.  Then bring the filled bag back on either October 15th, 22nd or 29th !

Frequently Ask Questions

Can I volunteer to help sort and distribute these bags to our partner schools?

Yes you can! If you have an hour or two to spare, we’d love for you to help us collect and / or distribute the collected items. Sign up to volunteer here.

Do I need to stick with the Grocery List?

We want to make sure all 757 families get the same items!  Please use this list only.

How does donating financially work?

We understand you may not have the time to shop. Click on the donate button to help Feed A Bag Feed A Family. Our volunteer shoppers will shop for the items for you! On average, it takes $40 to fill a bag.

Why are Serve and Learn Trips listed on the back of the Grocery List?

We at Grace believe in serving both locally and globally. For every issue our Local Outreach ministry works to improve here in the 757, we also support ministries working to improve the same for those outside of the 757!

In fact, for every $1 given to our General Ministry Fund, 10% goes to support our Local Outreach and Global Missions ministries. If you are unable to participate in a Serve and Learn Trip (SALT), we ask you pray for those who feel led to go on one!

“We’ve only recently transitioned out of homelessness. It’s been all I can do to keep me and my girls in this apartment, much less think about getting us a nice Christmas dinner. But you guys didn’t forget us. We felt the love. Thank you.”
— A Mom, Fill A Bag Feed A Family Recipient