about

The Liberty County Manna House was established in 1992 as a local food

and clothing bank. We are located next to the Live Oak Public Library in 

Hinesville GA. We currently service in excess of one thousand individuals

monthly to alleviate hunger. We care for at risk children, disabled veterans,  low-income families and seniors, unemployed, underemployed, homeless and active duty service members in need of food. We are a local help agency for the United Way of the Coastal Empire.

Food Distribution

Monday - Friday

8:00 am  - 12:00 noon

Soup Kitchen  

Monday - Friday

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Clothing Giveaway

Saturday

9:00 am - 11:00 am

Soup Kitchen
board of directors

Rev. Katrina Deason, Executive Director

Rev. Alvin Jackson, President

Speir Flanders, Treasurer

Daisy Jones, Secretary

Rev. Hermon Scott, Director

James Thomas, Jr., Director

Elder Dexter Andrews, Director

Lynda Hall, Director

Holli Gorsuch, Director

our partners

The Liberty County Manna House Food Pantry has formed alliances with stores and restaurants that provide food each week through America's Second Harvest and Feeding America. This includes Kroger, Walmart, Longhorn Steakhouse, KFC, and more.

Additionally, many civic groups, schools, churches, and local businesses contribute to the work annually.