The Community Food & Outreach Center holistic food model makes it possible, to not only offer hunger relief, but to help families navigate towards self-sufficiency. And that benefits everyone.

Whether your organization supports Community Food & Outreach through volunteer projects, financial gifts, product donations or advocacy, your contribution has a direct impact on the lives of those who need it the most and on the community where we all live and work.

We appreciate all of our and community partners. If you would like to get your organization involved in providing food and hope to neighbors in need, please email Lissy Houseman or call (407) 808-2081

Program Partners

On behalf of our staff and all those we serve, thank you!

Community Partners

We Can’t Do It Alone

Community Food & Outreach Center is able to serve more families in need and partner with them on the path to self-sufficiency thanks to support from the church community. Without churches who support us financially, volunteer their time, and host food and clothing drives we would only be able to provide crisis care, hope and hunger relief to a fraction of the families we serve today. On behalf of our staff and all those we serve, thank you!
Church Partnerships allow members of congregations to live out the claims of their faith, and bring the hope that only faith can generate to hurting families every week.
Food Drives are a great opportunity for busy church members to be intimately involved in the mission of Community Food & Outreach Center with little time commitment. Churches all around Orlando will be sharing hope with families that we serve by hosting Food Drives in their congregations. These donations will go directly into our Emergency Food Box Program, and be given to families and individuals in food crisis situations. We are consistently in need of food to feed our hurting families, and are recruiting churches for food drives throughout the year.
Would your church answer the call to help the hurting and partner with us to share hope?
Please contact Mark Perez for more information at