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Free produce brings new hope to Midlands during pandemic

[July 21, 2020: News 19 CBS]



Everyone in the Midlands is welcome to get a box of free food at Columbia First Nazarene on Thursday mornings.


"We've got 30,000 pounds of food that we are giving out every Thursday, until the end of August, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.," said Pastor Trevor Mosley, Men's Program Manager with Reconciliation Ministries.


The food distribution is made possible by the partnership between two faith-based organizations: Reconciliation Ministries and Convoy of Hope.


Reconciliation Ministries is a residential recovery and discipleship program founded on biblical principles for men and women seeking treatment from substance abuse. The organization is located in Columbia.



Convoy of Hope is an international, humanitarian-relief organization based in Springfield, Missouri. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, they've partnered with over 2,000 organizations across the country and distributed more than 45 million meals... MORE







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