To address food shortage and food deserts through our food pantry; to provide nutritious meals for low-income residents. Provide supportive counseling, social services, and referrals for families. To nurture, train and develop our children and youth through mentoring, education, seminars, and exposure to the arts and different cultures.
A weekly distribution held inside, showing some volunteers and the long line of people in need of food.
Miami Heat NBA Star Chris "Bird Man" Anderson at Glory Temple Food Program Distribution community give away along with Feeding South Florida, Pepsi and Winn Dixie bringing hope to Liberty City by the hard work "Bird Man" along with the other partners did.
Glory Temple Food Program
Glory Temple has two food programs, onefood distribution is to senior citizens and the other program is for individuals and families. All programs are for those who live at or below the poverty level. Glory Temple uses the federal poverty chart to quality individuals based on income. The senior programs is for individuals 65 and older. If individuals do not have identification,they will still be served. This assists many in the community who do not qualify for other services because they have no identification. Glory Tempe also has soup kitchen that prepares hot meals to the homeless and anyone in the community. About 700 individuals are served each week with either boxed food or hot meals. Glory Temple is also an ACCESS ONE Center where individuals can apply for food stamps, disability or cash assistance. There is supportive counseling available as well by social workers.
Mr. Kenneth Ferguson
Ceasar Antonio Wallace
Pastor Ronae D. Cambridge
Willie Mae Johnson
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.