Feed The Poor
DONATING FUNDS FOR FOOD TO BE SHIPPED TO JAMAICA OR FOOD FOR JAMAICA
PALLET PROGRAM EXPLAINED:
The average cost of a pallet of food is $1200.00. If we divide it to purchase a pallet a year, a donation can be made of $100 each month. The program can be adjusted to fit each individual: purchase a whole pallet each month for $1,200 or share a pallet a year by sending $50 a month, etc….whatever works for each individual.
▶ A check (marked: Food Program) can be sent each month to MOP’s address in Atlanta:
Missionaries Of The Poor USA
P O Box 29893
Atlanta, GA 30359
▶ Or a recurring donation can be set up online using a credit card at the MOP website: https://missionariesofthepoor.org/donate-now/
(in the Comment space type: Food Program)
▶ Or call our Atlanta office and a recurring donation can be set up via credit card over the phone: (404) 248-1197.
▶ MOP is not set up to do monthly bank to bank transfers
IF THE CHOICE IS TO SEND FOOD ITEMS RATHER THAN FUNDS:
▶ Donations of food can be sent to our Atlanta Warehouse. Since we share the warehouse with another business it’s necessary to call: Helen Kokoska (770) 241-4534 to set up the shipment or drop off.
▶ Also, we have only specific items and sizes that can be shipped due to Custom’s requirements. The Brothers have a list of the specific items
Food Items can be shipped to: MOP c/o Pumping Systems, 5645 Peachtree Rd, Chamblee, GA 30341
FOOD ITEMS MOST NEEDED:
▶ Rice (100 lb. bags if possible) ▶ Sugar
▶ Oil ▶ Flour
▶ Dried Beans ▶ Canned Meat (Corned Beef)
▶ Tuna Fish ▶ Peanut Butter
▶ Canned Vegetables ▶ Pasta
At this time we are asking only for food. Please do not send any other items unless you have been in contact with Jane Rodgers in Atlanta or Bro. Marc Maurice, MOP in Jamaica.
IN THE USA: IN JAMAICA:
Jane Rodgers Br. Marc Maurice, MOP
Missionaries of the Poor USA Missionaries of the Poor
PO Box 29893 87 Hanover St.
Atlanta, GA 30359 Kingston, Jamaica, W.I.
Tel. (404) 248-1197 Tel. (876) 948-0287
For I was hungry & you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty & you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger & you invited me in, I needed clothes & you clothed me, I was sick & you looked after me, I was in prison & you came to visit me