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Did you know that food insecurity impacts over 1 million people in Alabama? 

1 in 4 children in our area struggle with hunger.

We need your help to end hunger and #FeedBHM

We have lots of different ways to get involved… 



Our Drive-Thru Sites provide food support by providing a box of fresh produce, canned food, meat, dairy and bread into the trunk or back seat of a vehicle to feed a family of four for one week.

Volunteers assist in these ways:

  • Direct Drive-Thru traffic
  • Continuous disinfecting of facilities
  • Unload, move and organize food supplies
  • Package food into boxes for distribution
  • Provide lunch or snacks for onsite volunteers
  • Record data into a computer from participants
  • Load boxes of food into cars as they come through Drive-Thru
  • Pray for recipients as they leave


FEEDBHM HUB: The FEEDBHM HUB at Morgan UMC serves as a HUB for all food donations and purchases. Volunteers assist in these ways:

  • Sort food donations and purchases
  • Organize food in bulk for Distribution Partner pick ups
  • Load food in Distribution Partner vehicles/trucks
  • Pray for Distribution Partners

FEEDBHM Hoover: FEEDBHM Hoover serves as a space for food rescue heroes to drop off donations. Volunteers assist in these ways: 

  • Greet and Welcome Food Rescue Heroes and/or Donors
  • Receive food donations
  • Weigh and log donations
  • Organize Food Donations
  • Box Food Donations for transporation to FEEDBHM HUB / Liberty Church Food Drive-Thru Site


The Community Outreach Hall serves as a distribution center for basic resources such as diapers and wipes, hygiene products, clothing, school supplies and Christmas support, while also providing space for additional local efforts, with global impact, such as We Sew Love and our Shoe Project.

Volunteers assist in the following ways:

  • Sort and log incoming donations
  • Organize donations to their respective outreach area
  • Write scripture cards of encouragement
  • Create toiletry kits
  • Organize donated clothing by size and gender
  • Pair shoes with rubber bands

Monthly and Seasonal volunteer opportunities:



In Matthew 22, Jesus describes the two greatest commandments as “Love God with all your heart and with all your soul and all your mind,” and “love your neighbor as yourself.” As Christ-followers, let’s show our neighbors that we mean it when we say “I love you,” by expressing it to them in our actions, whether small or large. Here are some examples:

  • Show your love to a single mama, or an ill person in the hospital by visiting, bringing flowers, and maybe a meal for them to partake in. Sit and talk and pray with them. Come to GKC, and we’ll provide the flowers and the food.
  • Show your love for local teachers by running by GKC and picking up some sweet treats for them, and dropping them in a local school breakroom.
  • Show your love for your local police or firefighters by grabbing some food from GKC and stopping by to give them a blessing at their workplace.


Emergency ready-to-eat meals are helpful for families in crisis due to illness, a sick family member, or an unexpected death, etc. Volunteers prepare healthy and easy to heat meals that are stored in freezers and are delivered to the families, in need of support, by volunteers.

For detailed instruction on how you can serve through preparing frozen meals for families, click here: How to Prepare Frozen Meal Boxes for Grace Klein Community


A delivery driver volunteers to deliver food boxes or emergency ready to heat meals to “high risk” families and individuals.

“High risk” means the food recipient is home bound, for any number of reasons, and unable to secure the food they need.

Volunteers assist in these ways:

  • Picking up food boxes and delivering to assigned addresses
  • Picking up emergency meals and delivering to assigned addresses
  • Encouraging the person who receives the food through a phone call or text


Community Homes are used to equip and empower women to thrive through an intimate relationship with Jesus, to connect resources for jobs, childcare, tangible needs and groceries, to find healing from their pain and forgiveness towards men/family relationships etc. to grow in trusting others, and to learn their gifts and abilities so they can also contribute to the lives of others.

With many people coming and going from the home, we appreciate weekly support to maintain the facility.

Volunteers assist in these ways:

  • Assist with planting, watering, and harvesting in the Learning Garden
  • Assist with routine house cleaning or help set up for events
  • Maintain the yard (weeding, mowing, and weed-eating
  • Water outdoor and indoor plants
  • Help prepare the home for visiting missionaries and/or serve groups
  • Write scripture cards and prepare welcome bags for visiting groups


Through creativity and resourcefulness, we upcycle (convert) donated clothing/fabric into items that can enrich the lives of those in need… at home, in our neighborhood, in our country, and in places around the globe.

Items volunteers create include:

  • Children’s items – dresses, shorts, underwear.
  • Infant items – undershirts, bibs, hats, diaper inserts, gowns, leggings, crib mats
  • Teen girls – menstruation kits (shoulder bag filled with 2pr undies, 3 reusable maxi-pads, 3 regular pads)
  • Burial Gowns – premier to pre-teen sizes
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Maintaining the behind the scenes of a growing organization requires shared online platforms, detailed oriented volunteers, spreadsheet lovers, scribes, graphic designers, social media gurus, and those who are willing and flexible to work from home.

Volunteers assist in these ways:

  • Writing thank you notes
  • Prayer support
  • Errand running
  • Coupon shopping
  • Designing social media content
  • Sharing, liking, and commenting on social media content
  • Capturing and editing videos
  • Entering data into spreadsheets from food rescue teams
  • Building new partnerships with local business leaders
  • Designing flyers, brochures, and documents for presentations
  • Event planning
  • Inviting friends to events and serve opportunities
  • Phone calls and emailing for data gathering
  • Filing