The Imperial Beach United Methodist Church supplies emergency food to the Imperial Beach community. This site has provided 76,700 pounds of USDA commodities, equivalent to 63,916 meals, in the past year. There is limited access to food resources in this area and this agency helps to ensure access to food for more than 200 households each month.
Pastor John Griffin has taken a unique and innovative approach to fighting hunger in this community. He has initiated a movement of cross-sector supporters to help. From local businesses to government entities, he wants to ensure everyone in the community pulls together to create a safety net for those people facing hunger. Meeting on a regular basis, this group coordinates food drives, fundraising efforts, and raises general awareness to the needs of the community. Pastor Griffin’s leadership is inspiring!
Janice Sartoria-Bollas leads this group’s distribution with confidence. She is incredibly dedicated to fighting hunger in the Imperial Beach community. We honor Imperial Beach United Methodist, because of her organizational skills, open communication and dedication.
Thank you to Imperial Beach United Methodist Church for your hunger-relief partnership. We are proud to honor you as EFAP’s May Nonprofit Partner of the Month.