Manna Cafe Ministries

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Phone: 931-933-0970

Hours: Closed

Mon - Fri 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)

Sat Closed

Sun Closed

Website: https://www.mannacafeministries.com/

Email: [email protected]

NTEE Code: K31: Food Banks & Pantries

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MISSION - WHAT WE DO

Manna Café Ministries serves people in need in Montgomery and Stewart Counties through hunger relief programs, material provisions, shelter, casework services, and other vital resources. Propelled chiefly by volunteers, Manna Café strives to restore hope, dignity, self-reliance, community, and the love of God through Jesus Christ.

VISION - GOALS AND ASPIRATIONS

Our long-term goals include permanent, transitional housing for the homeless. Other dreams such as the ability to offer addiction counseling and other resources are in view with the acquisition, several years ago, of the Manna Village, a three-building plus warehouse complex on Providence Blvd.

SERVICES - HOW WE DO IT

FOOD DISTRIBUTION: Manna Cafe’s food pantry distributes grocery carts full of food (and diapers to parents) in both Montgomery and Stewart Counties. MOBILE CAFE: a soup kitchen, both on site and on wheels, that serves 23,000 meals annually. PICKIN' UP MANNA: the "food rescue" program by which 1.5 million pounds of surplus food is gathered annually from local stores and given to the hungry. MOBILE PANTRY: distribution of a semi truckload of food to 300 families in a single day. MANNA HELPS: the umbrella program that offers resources such as an emergency warming center; clothing, hygiene, and blanket distribution; a free clinic twice per month; shower facilities; and case work. MANNA CATERS (Culinary Arts Training & Employment Readiness School): a culinary internship with a pathway to gainful employment upon completion. OUR CHANCE: The Tennessee Alliance for Economic Mobility (TAEM), a project funded under a grant contract with the State of TN, designed to improve low-income families' economic mobility and well-being.

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Services Offered

  • Case Management Services
  • Children & Family Services
  • Classes
  • Clothing Collection
  • Collection/Distribution
  • Community Clinics
  • Community Food Systems
  • Community Outreach
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Food & Nutrition Education
  • Food Banks/Pantries
  • Food Served Daily/Soup Kitchens
  • Furniture Collection/Distribution
  • Health Care Access
  • Homeless Shelters
  • Housing Search Assistance
  • Housing Support Services
  • Information/Referrals
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Job Training
  • Living Essentials (Toiletries, Baby Supplies, Electronics, etc.)
  • Mobile Food Delivery Services
  • Public Transportation Assistance
  • School Supply Collection/Distribution
  • Services to Promote the Independence of Specific Populations
  • Social Services
  • Temporary Housing
  • Toy Collection/Distribution

Populations Served

  • Adults
  • Children & Youth

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