On Sunday, February 4, Woodstock City Church is having a food drive to benefit Goshen Valley Boys Ranch, MUST Ministries’ Cherokee Program, and Forever Fed.
Join us by bringing your food donation to church on February 4. Together, we have an opportunity to fill the pantries of these three organizations and put food on our neighbors' tables.
Help by bringing the most-needed items.
Can’t make it to the Food Drive? You can make a financial donation here.
What is Goshen Valley Boys Ranch?
Goshen Valley Boys Ranch is a nonprofit home serving young men ages 11–21 in Georgia's foster care system through a transitional living program. GVBR seeks to end the cycle of abuse and neglect and provide healing for their clients as they assist them in finding long-term life plans through reunification with families, adoption, secondary education, employment, and/or transition into the community.
For more information, please visit goshenvalley.org.
What is MUST Ministries?
The mission of MUST Ministries is to serve our neighbors in need by transforming lives and communities in response to Christ’s call. Clients receive food and clothing assistance, referral assistance, employment assistance, and can participate in a variety of classes.
For more information, please visit mustministries.org.
What is Forever Fed?
Forever Fed is a mobile food ministry that began serving communities in North Georgia in August 2010. Based on the premise that community is fostered when neighbors break bread together, they ease the burden of households experiencing food instability by providing nutritious and desirable prepared meals.
For more information, please visit foreverfed.org.
What is The Intersect Project?
Serving made simple is the goal of The Intersect Project—our initiative to mobilize to community service those who call Woodstock City their church home. The Intersect Project partners with nonprofit organizations that are already meeting the real needs of our communities.
For more information, please visit our page.