Our two food assistance programs are designed to help lift the burden of poverty from communities with a holistic approach to relieve the hardships of those in need. If the need is ongoing, people are given the opportunity to contribute in an environment that instills dignity and a sense of self-worth. Moreover, it inspires them to engage in our life coaching, education, job training and job placement...
To inspire and empower people living in poverty to lift themselves and their families to economic self-sufficiency.
To serve those in poverty by providing crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and placement, personal empowerment training and active referrals to other collaborative social service providers.
Benefits of Donating Product
Product donations make our hunger relief programs viable and stretch their impact to help us provide crisis intervention and educational solutions for our clients. These programs result in families exiting poverty and achieving self-sufficiency. Donated product does much more than fill stomachs, it transforms lives.
Benefits of Donating Surplus or Unsaleable...
To help those in need to transform their lives by providing food, crisis care, opportunities for education and employment, and a hand up to families, individuals and children across the country who are fighting to break the cycle of poverty.
Communities where every family has access to basic needs, nutritional food, crisis care, education and employment training, and where everyone has the...
Kingdom Harvest was incorporated in July of 2003 for the purpose of distributing surplus food to the community and abroad. Food centers were opened in South Vero, Fort Pierce and North Vero and known as “Harvest Food and Outreach Center”.
When Harvest Food and Outreach took over the Orlando operations in 2009 consideration was immediately given to a new name because another successful non-profit in the community was already using the word “Harvest” in their brand at a local and national level. The decision to name the newly formed campus “Community” Food and Outreach was a good short-term decision. However, as our organization has grown with the help of our partners, the reality of opening new locations is becoming more likely, there is increased consideration for consistent branding across our locations now and in the future.
Moreover, we saw the need to clearly convey that Harvest/Community Food Outreach is not a food bank and that we provide support services beyond a “Food and Outreach Center”. The committee members began to focus on the fact that we are about lifting lives and fighting poverty. In actuality we are an anti-poverty agency. With that, the committee set about the development of a name and logo that clearly identifies who we are and what we do: “United Against Poverty”. This rebranding provides us the differentiation and corporate recognition needed to help us reach the next level throughout the Nation to help many more Communities across the Country out of the “Cycle of Poverty”.