Food for Thought

Update – January 6, 2021

In order to safely provide groceries to all who come to us, we will continue to observe CDC and State guidelines to protect both our staff and our clients from COVID 19.  This will include masks and social distancing.  We are implementing a plan to minimize personal contact in the parking lot andasking you to call us at the number posted in our parking lot upon arrival. When we talk with you, we can further explain the process.

Our hours continue to be 9-noon, Monday through Friday and 1st and 3rdMonday evenings from 6-7pm. In case of bad weather, please watch for announcements on local television stations or call our office (859-261-3649) for a message which will be updated if the roads are too bad for travel.

Please come see us if your family needs food.  

We’re here to help and will do it very safely.

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Each week during the school year, there are children in our communities who go home on Friday to an uncertain food supply. During the week, they’ve received free breakfasts and lunches at school, but on weekends, for a variety of reasons, they may not receive enough to eat at home.

To help a little, we provide packages of food to these children through the Family Resource Coordinators in the Kenton County Schools. the school personnel determine which students are in need and we make the bags available to them without questions or requirements. Included with the bags is information for the families encouraging them to come to Action Ministries and let us help their entire family on a monthly basis.