MUST Ministries Summer Lunch Program

While summer can often mean sleeping in or planning your next getaway, unfortunately, it also means that many of our neighbors are wondering how they will feed their children lunch during the summer break.

MUST Ministries Summer Lunch program brings the whole community together to help those in need. FOX 5 Helping Hands is a proud sponsor of the Summer Lunch program, and we are asking you for your help too!

With countless, compassionate volunteers, MUST Ministries provides a sack lunch each summer weekday to thousands of children in north Georgia counties. MUST Ministries can’t do it alone; the generosity of our communities makes this program possible. Join us in fighting against childhood hunger!

For more information visit You can also find Must Ministries on Facebook.

To volunteer for Summer Lunch, contact a MUST representative in your area:

North Cobb and Bartow (Acworth, Kennesaw, Marietta) Veronica Stubbs 678-519-8018
South Cobb (Powder Springs, Austell) Beverly Bartley 770-576-0389
Central Cobb (Smyrna) Destinee Easton 770-881-6619
Gwinnett Jonathan Rush 678-266-0310
Cherokee and Pickens Ranettia Beasley 770-576-0359
North Fulton and Forsyth Gayle Kruger 770-757-1341
Program Support (All counties) Kristin Harrison 678-218-4488


For donations visit Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1280 Field Pwky Marietta, Ga. 30066 or call 770-790-3902.

For large items such as furniture, please call the MUST Marketplace 770-790-3900 in advance. Please do not leave donations when we are closed; we cannot use them or provide you with a receipt. This donation center acts as a distribution point for all of the MUST Program Services, the Emergency Shelter and other housing facilities, as well as the MUST Administration. Please bring your in-kind donations to the Donation Center so that the items can be distributed to the facility that needs them the most and MUST can better serve our neighbors in need.

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