Service Policy Update
We exist to meet poverty and hunger head on and change it.
Now is your chance to win big!
Bird-Kultgen Ford is proud to once again partner with Shepherd's Heart Food Pantry in support of their initiatives. We’re raffling off a unique 50th Anniversary Ford Mustang to support Shepherd's Heart in their mission. The 50th Anniversary Mustang Raffle will raise funds for Shepherd's Heart, one of the most impactful Food Pantries in Central Texas. The purchase of one raffle ticket, for $25.00, enables Shepherd's Heart to secure over 200lbs of food and will enter you in a drawing to win the 50th Anniversary Mustang. Each year, Shepherd's Heart serves over 29,000 local families through both the Food Pantry and provided services and now, during the Covid-19 pandemic, they need community support more than ever. PLUS, now through May 31st Bird-Kultgen will be matching each donation made, up to $10,000!
The poverty rate in our area is twice the national average, more specifically there are over 40,000 people affected by “food Insecurity” in our community; 41% of those people are children who must rely on adults to provide for them.
Nearly one in every six seniors faces the threat of hunger and not being properly nourished.
When you have very low food security, your health and ability to correct it with healthy food is in a dire situation for any age group.
Our greatest desire is to become effective in elevating people through education and empowerment to help them overcome the “poverty mindset” and change the future of their families for generations to come.
Be a Hunger Hero!
Volunteers are needed
You are invited to just show up at the pantry or you can call ahead (254-722-9517)
Shepherd's Heart and Things from the Heart Resale are staffed entirely of volunteers who wish to make a difference in the lives of others.
We love our partners!
Hunger is often invisible, yet it exists among us.
Every month Shepherds Heart serves thousands of families to protect their children from being without food.
45% of the families we serve have jobs that just don't pay enough.
We exist to meet poverty and hunger head on and overcome it.