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Something to Eat Event at UCM

Something to Eat ™

Something to Eat™ is a crisis response, meal packaging program that binds together the privileged and the poor.

It is designed as a socially interactive, tangible way to respond to relief efforts through responsible, low-cost, nutrient-dense meals. 

Since 2009, 20,000 people (mostly teenagers) from 600+ churches have packaged more than half a million meals to be sent to orphans in Africa and Haiti.

Something to Eat™ at UCM is a community effort to feed people in need. It's about taking your knowledge and sense of purpose and putting it into action. Each package you fund and assemble will feed six people. By using your hands to package meals, you are nourishing the world. "I was hungry and you gave me something to eat." Matthew 25:35

For more information about the Something to Eat™ initiative visit