United to end hunger in McLennan County
“United to end hunger in McLennan County”
About the McLennan County Hunger Coalition
MCHC collaborates with local pantries, businesses, congregations, food producers and individuals to provide food security.
Get Involved with MCHC
Learn more about MCHC’s efforts at the monthly meetings. These meetings are open to the public.
The MCHC participates in a food rescue partnership with Salvation Army and Baylor University Campus Kitchens. It is our goal to make sure that no prepared food should be wasted. A corps of food handler certified volunteers pick up prepared food from restaurants, cafeterias, and other sites, and deliver them to Salvation Army’s Community Kitchens where it is served, 3 times a day, 365 days a year.
Through the partnership with Grande Communications, MCHC strives to increase the capacity and visibility of the USDA’s Summer Meals programs.
The MCHC works with Waco ISD Child Nutrition Services to promote and develop their Pack of Hope weekend backpack program, which helps to feed children who are dependent on school meals even when school is not in session.
It’s membership renewal time!
It’s easy! Visit our Membership page for all the details.
We look forward to you joining us in the fight to end hunger in McLennan County.
Get Help with SNAP Outreach
The HELPINGS: SNAP Outreach program, created by the MCHC and housed in Caritas of Waco, helps many individuals and families complete paperwork and qualify for federal benefits including SNAP (food stamps).
- Helpings: SNAP/Food Stamp Outreach Program