We help get food into peoples bellies. By delivering food into communities through donations and volunteers. We raise awareness of poverty and hunger issues people are facing in the real world.
People just like you donate money and time to the cause of helping just one more needy person. That money is used to buy food. The food is then sent to the volunteers who then give it to the people who need it the most.
We know that a world in which the hungry are loved is a better place. We dare you to imagine with us how a fed child and family, with clean water, safety, clothes, and an education will create a world of heaven on earth.
Thursdays at 2:30PM*
The Oaks Church
6217 Brace Road
Loomis, CA 95650
*Closed on Major Holidays
LEOA is pleased to serve the community by offering a free food distribution on Thursdays at 2:30 PM with the exception of major holidays. Food distributions are an opportunity for people in need to get free food left over from grocery stores and food related businesses.
We love everyone and are excited about working with you to save lives.
4192 Laird Road, Loomis, California 95650, United States
Sunday - Friday: 10am - 7pm
Saturday: Resting (Closed)
Emma is eight years old and shares a small house with her parents, two siblings and grandmother in El Salvador. Recently, times have been tough. Her father has struggled to find permanent work and couldn’t always provide enough food, so Emma and her family would often go hungry. Recently, Emma was enrolled into the Children’s Feeding Initiative, a program provided by Convoy of Hope, one of Nourish the Children’s charity partners. Emma now receives VitaMeal during school, which has drastically changed her life. Not only does VitaMeal fill her stomach, but it alleviates some of the financial stress on her family. Emma has big dreams for the future. “I want to be a nurse so I can help other people,” she says. Because of the kindness of VitaMeal donors, Emma can dream of her future with hope that she can make it happen. Please continue to purchase and donate to help children like Emma.