Welcome! God Provides Ministry is a non-profit 501(C)(3), Native American Christian faith based organization that serves the needs of the under-served and un-served members of the community regardless of their faith. God Provides Ministry strives to be a helping hand in difficult times in performing its purpose for being. Our working ministry's purpose for being is found in John 21:15-17.
Our primary activity is providing food for the needy. We provide thousands of FREE individual food packs monthly and offer FAMILY PACKS (over 100 pounds) for a donation of just $20.00. Our FOOD RESCUE PROGRAM distribution activity addresses a major need that is growing across the United States.
God Provides Food Bank receives no state or federal funding. Our funding sources for the collection, transportation, refrigerated storage, food warehouse, and distribution of food includes individuals and corporate contributions, grants, and special events. We are dependent upon and greatly appreciate those individuals, corporate sponsors and our everyday hard working volunteers who contribute their valuable time and money to help those in need.
It is the goal of God Provides Ministry to be a leading resource for delivering the basic needs of the individual and the family in Southern California.
God Provides Ministry is a professional organization that has served thousands of individuals and families. Let us know how our food program can help you and find out how you can help us help others.
ProducePedia is a free resource that covers the types of fresh produce that can be delivered to food pantries. Each entry includes information on color, taste, and possible uses. People unfamiliar with the vegetable or fruit will learn how to use it, and those who are familiar with it still might learn a fun fact or two!
The Cooperative Extension sites have a wealth of information for any backyard gardener. Once you go to the site (each one if very different from the others) look for a link for “homes and gardens”, “landscape”, “consumer horticulture”, etc. to find information on improving your backyard garden. Neighboring state sites may offer information your own state’s site lacks.