The Liberty County Manna House mission is to eliminate hunger by providing programs that provide food, promote the value of nutrition, increase self-sufficiency, and instill hope.
The old building was demolished in June 2019, but our services have not been interrupted. We are operating in a temporary location adjacent to the Liberty Prayer Chapel on Memorial Drive. This is just a few feet from the old building where a new building will be erected soon. The new Manna House will provide a safe and pleasant facility for our clients and volunteers. Thank you to our donors, partners and supporters.
FOOD AND CLOTHING
SOUPER BOWL OF CARING
Tackling Hunger | February 7, 2021
On Sunday Feb. 1you can be a part of something bigger than ever! The Souper Bowl of Caring.
In 2021, Souper Bowl of Caring will celebrate 31 years of giving and serving in the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl. We're looking for some great players to join our team. Register your youth group, school, church, local business or yourself to participate by calling the Manna House.
ON SITE HEALTHCARE
Diversity Health Center, Inc. now offers mobile healthcare. The focus of the mobile healthcare clinic is to provide primary care and behavioral health services at locations outside of our own. Through our mobile medical unit we partner with local organizations to bring care to people who otherwise couldn't access it.
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