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The morning started out like any Friday. Preparing for ministries to show up. Mansfield Cares with the Mansfield Rotary Club had set up a volunteer day for the new Raising Cane’s restaurant that will be opening up soon. Located at 1720 North Highway 157. They are building some composts bins for the Community Garden. Their […]
On May 9th the United States Postal Service collected non-perishable food item across our nation. They share them with local food pantries. This year we received 350 pounds of food. Thank you USPS and the families of Mansfield Texas for helping us take a Bite out of Hunger A big thank you also to Karen […]
Driving down Cooper Street on May 8th saw a young man with sign saying free breakfast. So we decided to stop and see what was going on. We not only got a free breakfast they gave us 5 cases full of breakfast sack lunches to give to others. Also feed all of our volunteer staff […]
It’s Graduation time once again. Let me tell you that you can order a gift and help us take a bite out of hunger at the same time. Amazon has a program called Amazon Smile. By choosing Harvesting International Minisrty Center as your charitable organization Amaxon will give us a percentage of the money spent. […]
Thank you Walnut Ridge Baptist Church for the cereal drive you did for the food pantries of Mansfield Texas. Such a blessing we received 187 boxes or bags weighing 222lbs. This is a large help for the families we serve.
Are you an online Shopper? Here is one way you can help Harvesting International Ministry Center. By adding us to your amazon account H.I.M Center will get a small percentage from your shopping and it doesn’t cost you anything. Its a win, win you get your products and we get some much needed funding to […]
We had a very busy morning thanks to Mansfield Rotary Club. They came and built boxes for raised bed’s, shoveled dirt and gravel from 9-12.