San Antonio church gives out food donated by Denver church


Starting at 10 a.m. Monday, New Beginnings Christian Community Church is passing out about $25,000 value of food to whoever wants it.

SAN ANTONIO — A food distribution might be held for tons of of households in San Antonio who want it after final week’s extreme winter storm brought about many to lose food as a result of widespread energy outages. It begins Monday at 10 a.m. at New Beginnings Christian Community Church.

The handle is 599 Spencer Lane, off Fredericksburg Rd, close to I-10, in Balcones Heights.

Thanks to Metro Ministry of Denver, Colorado, the food distribution was made doable.

Organizers mentioned financial donations are appreciated, however not necessary.

In a publish on social media, they mentioned, “Bring your own reusable bags, or box or laundry basket to fill!”

They anticipate to move out about $25,000 value of food to whoever wants it.

Chris Hernandez, who helps to guide the trouble, spoke to KENS 5’s Sarah Forgany in regards to the occasion on Eyewitness News This Morning.

Hernandez mentioned though there will not be a lot water handed out, they do have a number of food he helped drive down from Denver. The former San Antonian mentioned he is completely happy to provide again to these in want.

He mentioned all it’s good to do apart from sporting a face masks and displaying up is to offer your identify and handle.

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This food distribution comes after the San Antonio Food Bank held a number of mass occasions over the previous few days for these throughout the San Antonio space and past affected by the extreme winter storm.


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