Win – Disciple – Develop
“Were not just here on Sunday’s”

 

Our Passion and story

In 2020,Vision Meals was established in hopes of extinguishing hunger among children and providing enrichment programs for those impoverished. Our mission is to repair, cultivate, and uplift individuals in challenging situations and circumstances by providing nutritional, recreational, and educational programs and opportunities.

Becoming overwhelmingly aware of the alarming demographic of children, who, due to the lack of supervision from working parents and/or economical restraints do not receive nutritional meals at home, Vision Meal developed feeding programs in which we purchase and distribute healthy snacks and meals to underserved children throughout the year we funded the program through  donations during the pandemic. Each program is designed to provide assistance for the nutrition gap in underserved communities, ensuring that children get the nutritious meals they need when school dismisses .  Since serving our first meal in 2020, Vision Meals  has served over 10,000 meals and impacted the lives of over 150 families through feeding and educational enrichment programming and various community provision initiatives.

In addition to the feeding programs we are currently developing various after-school and summer academic enrichment programs and community programs focused on holistic upward mobility and self-sufficiency for youth and adults.

Hope to Address Childhood Hunger

With the overwhelming increased unemployment (and underemployment) rates, the reality is that Childhood hunger is increasing daily and will continue to do so. Nearly one out of four children in America are currently facing hunger. Unfortunately, it’s likely that these children will endure lifelong consequences as hunger makes children more prone to illness and other health issues as a result of having limited access to nutritious foods.

During the school year, many children receive free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch through the School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs. But when school lets out, those children are still in need of healthy meals. Lack of nutrition after school and during the summer months may set up a cycle for poor performance once school begins again. Vision Meals feeding programs are designed to provide assistance in that nutrition gap, ensuring that children get the nutritious meals they need for breakfast, lunch, and dinner when they are not in school.

Vision Church Houston has developed feeding programs, in which we purchase, prepare and distribute full, healthy meals for dinner and a healthy afternoon snack to children after school daily throughout the school year.  Throughout the summer, we operate our Summer Food Service Program in which we purchase, prepare and distribute full, healthy meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner to underserved children daily throughout the entire summer.   We are assisting in providing a door of opportunity for the youth in our communities to enjoy a healthier quality of life while reducing Childhood hunger through these programs. By helping to improve children’s diets and eating habits, these programs produce healthy and revived students ready to positively impact their world and others around them.

 

GET INVOLVED

Help Change A Life Today!

Our Wish List

  • Delivery  Vans

  • Commercial Refrigerators

  • Commercial Stove
  • Gift Cards for Groceries and Gas

  • Buses or Multi-passenger vehicles

 

Community Partners

Become a partner we will deliver meals to your location for free. If you want to become a partner please call us at 713-777-8464.

Our feeding times at our location
Monday-Friday @ 4:30pm – 7pm
4139 Kewanee Street
Houston, TX 77518

 

 

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