United Food Force, Inc. is a non-profit, hunger relief organization, located at 1463 Hwy 20 West in McDonough GA, that was formed (2012) to aid underprivileged families, combat hunger in our communities, provide resources and network partnerships.
The mission of United Food Force is to fight hunger through united forces/partnerships. Our passion is to provide nutritional food products and other resources that will nurture, sustain and enhance the quality of life for all recipients. Our dedication is to continue building and maintaining our organization for facilitating, contributing and promoting programs to provide hunger relief in all communities and the strengthening of families.
We serve as the channel through which donors may be assured of good warehousing practices, equitable distribution, and accountability to the member agencies, as well as to the needy.We educate the public about the nature of… and the solutions to… the problems of malnutrition and health.We encourage donors to practice the good stewardship of donating, not dumping, usable surplus food.
Operation Blessing International (OBI) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) humanitarian organization dedicated to demonstrating God’s love by alleviating human need and suffering in the United States and around the world. One of the largest charities in America, Operation Blessing provides strategic relief in 23 countries on a daily basis through core programs.
The essential household goods are the perfect kind of donations from corporations, small businesses, local stores, warehouses, restaurants, other non-profit organizations. The United Food Force staff will make arrangements to collect all items from your facility and store them in our facility for future distributions.
As corporate executives start becoming more successful financially in our communities, their heart will open up to understand the underprivileged and their day-to-day problems. Either by themselves or through their corporations , they often establish a charitable trust and set aside a certain portion of their profits to support local charitable organizations like United Food Force.
Corporations that enjoy having financial success in their industry will start encouraging their employees to volunteer in organizations like United Food Force generally about 40 to 80 hours in a year as part of the paid wages during their period. The chief goal behind in involving their employees as volunteers is to encourage their employees to become emotionally closer to their fellow man in greater need.
Often individuals, business owners, or employees of larger corporations may hear about how the wonderful efforts of organizations like United Food Force strongly touching these lives on a day-to-day basis and they become inspired and encouraged to do more, donate.