Hunger Prevention

There is hunger in Williamson County. Families who do not have enough nutritious food are not simply “poor” or “lazy.” Differing situations such as a medical issue, low wages, being a single parent can cause the need to seek help. GraceWorks offers:

Food Carts

Qualifying families can receive a shopping cart of perishable and non-perishable food monthly, allowing families to stretch their dollars and spend their resources on other basic needs.
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Student Fuel Bags

Over 5000 students in Williamson County qualify for the free/reduced meal programs through the school systems. GraceWorks offers them bags of nutritional food for the weekend.

Mobile Food Pantries

Mobile Pantries provide another source of food to families and individuals facing hunger. GraceWorks uses mobile food pantries to provide access and increase food distribution so nutritious, non-perishable foods as well as perishable foods, such as milk, juice, bread and fresh produce, do not go to waste.