Here at Tampa Deliverance Ministry we are striving to providing hope and resources for those in our community that are without life's essentials.
For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in:
Our Food Pantry is here to help any individual or familiy that comes to our doors looking for assistance during their time of need.
Asking for help can be difficult to do, however, getting food at our food bank is free, simple, and confidential..
Eligible individuals need only to complete an annual application and sign two books with thier name and address.
In addition to the usual canned items we are sometimes able to give out meat, bread products, sweets, and boxed food itmes.
A tough economy and high unemployment have pushed the demand for emergency food to record levels, making community support more important than ever...
God provides opportunities for each of us to put our faith into action, through our own resources and gifts, and especially our time and prayers.
The more we get involved in activities such as the Food Bank the more we see the many needs right before our eyes here in Tampa.
Faith in action is a wonderful thing to behold....
Our food pantry has developed into a "safety net" that helps many low-income families avoid risk of hunger.
Our mission is to serve the community and to give but we can always use food donations. The need in our community is so great. Please call the number to the right if you would like to donate or volunteer...
Feeding Those That Are Hungry
Our Next Commodity Event Is ?
1 PM TO 4 PM
MEAT, BREAD, AND SWEETS
COME ON OUT TO OUR NEXT EVENT AND RECIEVE A BOX OF GROCERYs.
THIS IS IN THE FORM OF CAN GOODS AND DRY GOODS, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, DAIRY, MEAT, BREAD AND SWEETS.
WE ARE GLAD TO BE OF ASSISTANCE TO YOU........
EVERYONE RECIEVES A WHOLE BOX OF FOOD
NO ID REQUIRED
NO ID FOR CHILDREN
JUST FILL OUT THE FORM AND SIGN IT EACH WEEK.
(813) 504-2918.... PLEASE LEAVE A MESSAGE
We will see you soon!
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