At the McLennan County Hunger Coalition (MCHC), we are united to end hunger in McLennan County!
MCHC collaborates with local pantries, businesses, congregations, food producers and individuals in Waco, Texas, to provide food security to our most vulnerable populations.
Get Involved with MCHC by attending our monthly meetings. We meet the second Thursday of each month at 11:45am.
We will not have a regularly scheduled MCHC Membership Meeting this month, but we WILL be joining forces with the Heart of Texas Homeless Coalition to enjoy lunch and chat about our joint activities for National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week in November!
This year’s event ideas include a movie premiere, hunger-focused worship service and more!
This special meeting is Friday, July 19th at 11:45am at HOPES located at 5034 Franklin Ave Waco, TX. The host is the HOPES Program from the Family Abuse Center. They will be providing lunch for us!
Please RSVP (if you haven’t already) to Nicole Wiscombe NicoleW@wacotx.gov
See you on the 19th!
ALL ARE WELCOME! Together, we can end hunger in Waco and McLennan County!
Please see our events calendar for locations. Our meetings are always open to the public so concerned citizens can come around the same table to work together to end hunger in our community.
MCHC strives to increase awareness of hunger and poverty in Waco and McLennan County (Texas) through advocacy on the local, state and federal levels, as well as awareness activities such as our annual involvement with the nationally recognized National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
For 15 years, the McLennan County Hunger Coalition has brought together key hunger fighters, non-profit and for-profit organizations and concerned citizens in Waco, Texas, to decrease food insecurity among seniors, children and our most vulnerable populations. Together, we can end hunger in McLennan County. Become a part of the solution! Visit our membership page for more info!