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Our community believes in ending hunger. And, in 2020, we will continue to fight against the new challenges of disease and disaster that leave people hungry. Join with us in raising funds to help neighbors near and far get the meals they need this year.

Walkers have reported $3,615 in online and offline gifts!
Find more details here.Virtual CROP Hunger Walk
 Over the past 41 years, thousands of walkers raised more than $1,200,000 through our Muskegon CROP Hunger Walk. 
 This year, because of the coronavirus pandemic and the need to prioritize the safety of our walkers and volunteers, we are introducing our VIRTUAL CROP 
Hunger Walk: 
 It is urgent that we find new ways to engage our community to continue giving to our CROP Hunger Walk as the current pandemic creates increased need for food and resources for our local agencies and around the world. Now is the time to give more than ever! 
 Here's what you can do:  
 1. Set up your team and individual walk pages online: a. Go to: Click on the blue “Register”  c. Follow instructions  
 2. Use the tools provided through your HQ page to share requests for donations and get more walkers. 
 3. Share your team page and personal page via email, Facebook, etc.
 4. Watch the donations come in and share your success! On the day of the walk:a. Walk at your own time and place! b. Make it FUN! c. Start with a virtual opening including a prayerd. Take lots of pictures and videos and share them online!
 Thank you for your commitment to serving those in need, especially in times such as these! 
 Together, we can help end hunger in our community and around the world.

bike night fundraiser flyer

Hey Friends, it's a party at Pat's Roadhouse and a fundraiser for Mission for Area People (MAP). Stop by and visit Friday, September 25 from 6 to 9 pm, eat Pork BBQs, listen to music on the back patio and drink a few cold beverages. It's all for a great cause that helps MAP take care of our neighbors in need. $8 for a dinner of BBQ sandwich, ranch beans, Southwest pasta salad, chips, and a dessert. Ticket auction. No need to buy a ticket in advance, just show up and join us!

Double Match Days at Meijer

Don't Miss Out - It's Double Match Days Friday, Sept. 11 and Saturday, Sept. 12 - Hurry to Support MAP's Food Pantry!

Our community continues to feel the impacts of COVID-19, especially our neighbors facing food insecurity. The economic impact of this pandemic means more and more members of our community are turning to us for help in ensuring they know where their next meal will come from. Mission for Area People (MAP) has seen demand increase by as much as three times the normal demand since March of this year.

In response, I’m pleased to announce that MAP has joined forces with the Meijer Simply Give hunger relief program during this difficult time to help fill that void for our local families. 

Each Simply Give campaign helps more than 250 food pantries in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Wisconsin keep their shelves stocked with food for those in need. But it also fosters a sense of community by encouraging customers to purchase $10 Simply Give donation cards, which are then converted into Meijer food-only gift cards and given to the local food pantry selected by the store.

MAP will benefit from donation cards purchased at the Meijer store, 700 W Norton in Muskegon now through Oct. 24.

“I want to encourage you to help us fulfill our mission of helping feed the hungry in Muskegon County by purchasing a food donation card during your next shopping trip,” said Diana Wright-Stubbs, Executive Director of MAP. “Tell your friends, relatives, neighbors and co-workers because every dollar makes a difference.”

And when we give, Meijer gives. For every $10 Simply Give donation card purchased on Friday, Sept. 11 and Saturday, Sept. 12, Meijer will double match the donation meaning they will donate an additional $20. This means our pantry will receive a total of $30 for every $10 a customer donates on those days. We are very encouraged about this opportunity to serve Muskegon County.