At the beginning of the year, North Carolina Baptists were asked to provide more than 700,000 meals and snacks for Baptist Children’s Homes’ (BCH) residents through the annual “Food Roundup.”
Friends from across the state, including the children from Prospect Baptist Church in Mooresville (pictured above), overwhelmingly responded by collecting tons of non-perishable food, paper products, supplies, and gift cards.
A few of the many “Food Roundup” participants are highlighted here.
Charlotte and Wilmington franchises of Two Men and a Truck donate trucks and labor to pick-up and deliver many of the collections.
Surry Association Director of Missions Billy Blakely and wife Pat deliver supplies
Representatives from Polk Association present gift cqards to BCH's Lewis Smith, right.
Members of Mike Creek Baptist Church in Bakersville present gift cards to BCH's Linda Morgan at Broyhill Home.
Caldwell Association collected an entire wall of food and supplies.
Friends from Blake Farms in North Wilkesboro deliver supplies to Mills Home.
Thanks to all who help to feed BCH’s residents for an entire year, and most importantly, showing them the love of Christ through these incredible efforts.