START A FOOD PROGRAM WITH YOUR CHURCH!
When most of us skip a meal, it’s intentional. For others, however, they simply have no choice. 25% of American children live in poverty. For many of these children, a missed meal is a way of life. Can you imagine not being able to think at school because you are too hungry? Or what about the many pregnant women who can’t meet their unborn child’s nutritional needs? Or the seniors and veterans who just can’t afford to buy food?
It is estimated that 20% of all food produced in the U.S. is thrown away. We have no shortage of food in this country. What we do have, however, is an inability to properly distribute food to those who need it most. That is where the Western Eagle Foundation comes in! Thanks to the local major food markets such as Albertson’s, Von’s, Dairy Fresh, and Dean’s, who donate basic foodstuffs each week in addition to Ready Pak, Royal produce Legacy Produce, and others, who donate produce and dairy, as well as fresh fruit and vegetables, we are able to distribute a lot of food to those in need. In fact, through a network of over 500 donors, we are supplied with rice, beans, flour and meat products as well…. Western Eagle Foundation has networked with more than 100 non-profit organizations to ensure that those in need get whatever it is that they need!
Western Eagle Foundation is located in Temecula, California. Via a diverse network of more than 100 non-profit organizations, such as religious and charitable groups, we have assisted in providing needy people in over 60 Southern California cities with food, clothing and personal items. Any church organization, foster care, or other non-profit group is encouraged to contact Western Eagle Foundation for food and other necessary items for dispersal by each organizations’ volunteers. Our operation and mission is simple at Western Eagle Foundation. We accept generous donations from food chain suppliers. We distribute to numerous non-profit organizations such as church groups, etc.., who, in turn, distribute to those in need all over Southern California.4