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1333 Magnolia Street
Bowling Green, KY 42103
We're Doubling Your IMPACT!
Completely volunteer run, HOTH has reached a point of hiring its first staff person, an Executive Director. The Director will help manage the food box program while preparing for the second leg of our work…Housing First…providing supported-living for individuals and families in need of safe, adequate housing in our community.
Next Phase IMPACT
We are Building Community
in a supported-living development where anyone can live. The supported-living community provides simple supports at varying levels, so each individual or family is moving towards stability in safe, adequate housing, work and community life. Those living in the community have access to a central community center with laundry, commercial kitchen, outdoor gathering area with grills and fire pits, community gardens, walking trails and more.
When we hear the term homeless, we tend to think of a person living on the street. Unhoused individuals and families come from lots of different backgrounds and situations. Some people are considered homeless because they are living with family or couch-surfing from one friend to the next. Homelessness looks different for different people in different situations.
Some homeless people may have mental health issues which keep them from holding or even getting a job. Some homeless people are the working poor who work hard but can’t make ends meet.
The supported-living community becomes a place where all these individuals and families can live together with different supports each one needs to be stable and safe.
Resources Resourced Well...
We’ve been stewarding your gifts and donations and volunteerism for just over two years now:
Over 250,000 meals delivered
12,000 meals sent to Ukraine Refugees in Poland
12,000 meals sent to Eastern KY Families Affected by Floods
12,000 meals provided to KY Veterans
Over $200,000 in grants and gifts
$24,000 in Feeding America grants
Over $15,000 in Meijer Food-Only Gift Cards for B2B Wholesale purchasing
Over 13000+ Volunteer hours
Distributing 6000+ Boxes of MEALS | That’s a lot of Families and tons of food!
No Paid Employees!
How it Happens:
75+ Cars with Delivery Volunteers/mon
$250,000 in Operations
$75,000 in Food Funding
$317,000 in Housing Program
This Quarter we are raising $120,000 in matching funds to match grant funds we received at the end of 2022. Whatever you decide to give has already been doubled! If you or your company can give a total match…you are TRIPLING and QUADRUAPLING everyone’s IMPACT! You’re fast tracking what we can do to house families!
Helping Hands Ending Hunger
Helping Hands Ending Hunger empowers students to rescue uneaten food from school cafeterias and join hands with their communities to alleviate childhood food insecurity, reduce food waste, encourage education equity, and shape a better world. Learn More
Helping Hands Ending Hunger is a founding Partner.
Christian Family Radio
The mission of CFR is showcasing God’s glory through your story with life-changing media. Our vision is communities thriving in God’s presence. Uniting the voice of the church through VITALITY, ONENESS & SINCERITY”
CFR can be heard at 90.7 FM in Bowling Green, KY, 91.7 FM in Owensboro, KY and on 89.3 in Glasgow, KY. Learn More
CFR is a Founding Partner.
News 40 WNKY
Marquee Broadcasting, Inc. was formed and is owned by Patricia Lane, its President, and Brian Lane, its Chief Financial Officer. They acquired WMDT 47 Salisbury, MD on November 1, 2013. Stations WGTA 32 Toccoa, GA (Atlanta DMA) and KREG 2 Glenwood Springs, CO (Denver DMA) followed in 2017. Marquee most recently acquired WNKY 40 Bowling Green, KY on June 30, 2017.
Marquee has invested significant resources in each of the properties in the form of capital expenses to expand news products, personnel and additional sub-channels at both WMDT and WNKY; and the establishment of offices, staff, and an additional OTA outlet for WGTA. In addition to Patricia and Brian, Marquee Broadcasting senior staff includes Chief Operating Officer Linda Gray, Comptroller Lindsy Adkins, Digital Media Director Greg LaFrance, WMDT General Manager Teri Monahan, and WNKY General Manager Julie Milam. Learn More
News 40 WNKY is a Founding Partner.
Clark Beverage Group Inc.
Clark Beverage Group, Inc. (Mississippi Division) is a Mississippi corporation and is wholly owned by C. C. Clark, Inc. It is the surviving corporation after merging plants in Aberdeen, Houston, Louisville, Starkville, and West Point.
In 1984 this corporation acquired Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. of Columbus, Mississippi and Gordo Bottling Works, Inc. of Gordo, Alabama. In 1985 it acquired Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Inc. of Philadelphia, Mississippi. In 1986, it purchased New Albany Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New Albany, Mississippi. This marked the re- purchase of the Clark’s first Coca-Cola franchise, eighty years after its organization. In April 1988, Clark Beverage Group acquired the Dr Pepper Franchise for the New Albany Coca-Cola Franchise area and the remaining area in its Mississippi territory where it did not already hold the Dr. Pepper Franchise.
This corporation has franchises with the Coca-Coca Company, Dr. Pepper Company, MillerCoors, Minute Maid Juices, Evian Water, Pabst, Stroh, Heineken USA and various other imports and domestic beer. Learn More
Clark Beverage Group is a Founding Partner.
Glean understands that hunger and food waste may look different in different parts of the state, and Glean Kentucky will have to adapt our effort to suit community needs. However, no matter where we are and what our gleaning efforts look like, we’re committed to operating under a set of core values
Feeding America Kentucky's Heartland
At Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland, our mission is to serve those in need by acquiring and distributing donated food, grocery items, and government commodities throughout almost 16,000 square miles of Kentucky. We serve 42 of Kentucky’s counties through a network of more than 225 partner agencies.
Since our establishment in 1982, we have distributed more than 280 million pounds of food and grocery items at a retail value of $476 million throughout central, south central, and western Kentucky – which equates to approximately 13.5 million meals … and counting!
Our vision is that no one will go to bed hungry in our service area, and FAKH strives every day to make that vision a reality.