One Meal - Feeding the Homeless and Hungry in Mobile, Alabama

One Meal Mission One Meal strives to provide nourishment for body and soul to the homeless and hungry of our community and to give hope and kindness to those in need of a kind word and a friend.
One Meal operates a food line from the parking lot of St. Louis Street Missionary Baptist Church in downtown Mobile.  With the help of volunteers and contributions from individuals, churches, schools, civic clubs, service organizations and businesses, the small non-profit serves on average of 150 — and often as high as 200 — meals to the homeless and working poor every Sunday at 4 p.m.

One Meal Supply List

Bottled water 3 compartment serving containers plastic forks and spoons zip lock bags, gal & qt, freezer and storage type foil sheets
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Donate

Send checks payable to “One Meal” to ONE MEAL 108 Joginell Circle North Satsuma, Al. 36572
© Copyright One Meal.  All Rights Reserved.  Website design and hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.

Wish List:  A Trailer

One of our biggest items we wish for is and enclosed trailer that we could use to keep stocked and ready with supplies and serving equipment to use when we go to serve the meals.  We have been collecting the items to put inside the trailer, we just need the trailer now, something along the lines of 12-14 ft long and 6-8 ft wide.  
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One Meal Stories

“How I wish I could share all of these special moments with One Meal with each of you....the small sacrifices we make to help these people in need are worth so much to those we feed. But for the Grace of God, it could be ANY of us. Angels walk among us all the time...finding them in acts of love and kindness is our blessing to give and receive. Please consider donating time, food, or funds to help Mike Mckinley and One Meal feed the hungry/homeless each week. I know I'm continually asking you guys...but you can't imagine the difference this mission is making to these people.”
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One Meal - Feeding the Homeless and

Hungry in Mobile, Alabama

One Meal Mission One Meal strives to provide nourishment for body and soul to the homeless and hungry of our community and to give hope and kindness to those in need of a kind word and a friend.
One Meal operates a food line from the parking lot of St. Louis Street Missionary Baptist Church in downtown Mobile.  With the help of volunteers and contributions from individuals, churches, schools, civic clubs, service organizations and businesses, the small non-profit serves on average of 150 — and often as high as 200 — meals to the homeless and working poor every Sunday at 4 p.m.

One Meal Supply List

Bottled water 3 compartment serving containers plastic forks and spoons zip lock bags, gal & qt, freezer and storage type foil sheets
view complete supply list

Donate

Send checks payable to “One Meal” to ONE MEAL 108 Joginell Circle North Satsuma, Al. 36572
© Copyright One Meal.  All Rights Reserved.  Website design and hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.

Wish List:  A Trailer

One of our biggest items we wish for is and enclosed trailer that we could use to keep stocked and ready with supplies and serving equipment to use when we go to serve the meals.  We have been collecting the items to put inside the trailer, we just need the trailer now, something along the lines of 12-14 ft long and 6-8 ft wide.  
Donate securely with PayPal

One Meal Stories

“How I wish I could share all of these special moments with One Meal with each of you....the small sacrifices we make to help these people in need are worth so much to those we feed. But for the Grace of God, it could be ANY of us. Angels walk among us all the time...finding them in acts of love and kindness is our blessing to give and receive. Please consider donating time, food, or funds to help Mike Mckinley and One Meal feed the hungry/homeless each week. I know I'm continually asking you guys...but you can't imagine the difference this mission is making to these people.”
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