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We Are Here To Serve

Because of our generous donors, we are able to help those who need it most in our Jackson community. This year, the demand for our food ministries is at an all-time high and the ongoing need is great. Please consider making a gift today to help our neighbors who are still struggling. Your tax-deductible donation to Compassionate Ministries of Jackson County assists us in our mission for a hunger-free Jackson.

Fact: Every $10 helps provide 55 healthy meals to hungry neighbors in our community.

By The Numbers

930,000

Pounds of food distributed in 2023

45,000

people served in

Jackson County last year

17

community food pantries in Jackson County

$215,000

annual cost of running

our food ministries

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Here are some of our needs that your donation can go towards:​​

  • Community food pantry support

  • After School Backpack Program

  • Thanksgiving baskets

  • Fresh food distribution supplies

  • Storehouse operations

Our Food Ministry Facilities

The Storehouse

The Storehouse is our 4,000 square foot facility and the hub of our food ministries. It includes a 10 x 20 walk-in freezer and 10 x 20 walk-in cooler. The Storehouse provides ample storage, and space for volunteers to fill backpacks with food, prep resources for our community pantries, and more. Since opening in March 2020, we’ve distributed 2.3 million pounds of food to those in need throughout our community.

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Ways To Donate

Wondering how to donate? You can click the button below or you can mail a check to:

Compassionate Ministries of Jackson County

3737 Clinton Rd.

Jackson, MI 49201

Who We Are

Compassionate Ministries of Jackson County is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, dedicated to creating lasting solutions for building a stronger community through our Food, David's Promise, and Community Collective ministries.

We are a faith-based organization following the principles and teachings of Jesus. We are called to love and compassionately serve all people in our community. 

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