We are a nonprofit organization focused on helping make the world around us a better, happier place. With the help of our tireless staff, we organize fundraisers, community-building events, and in-depth training sessions for our volunteers.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
Our mission of Feed the Hungry Project is to provide nutritious hot meals, adequate clothing, and be a resourceful agency in resolving additional indigent concerns in a spiritual and moral environment, by empowering and encouraging hope, establishing positive change in people’s lives.
With a strong infrastructure managed by a committed and engaged Board and staff, FTHP will expand its ability to reach the hungry in the Middletown area and those with the aspiration or responsibility to serve them.
The administrative resources of FTHP will evolve to support both growth and change in leadership.
Feeding the hungry in the Middletown area is the highest priority for FTHP.
Opportunity to serve
FTHP will continue to recognize the value of providing an opportunity for volunteers to express their values through service.
New programs and services will be developed based on documented needs.
Advocacy and Leadership
FTHP will continue to be a leader in informing all segments of the community about hunger in the Middletown area and advocating for programs and policies to alleviate hunger and food insecurity.
The Dream Center/Feed The Hungry Project Founder �
Feed The Hungry Project [FTHP] was established in 1987 by Middletown Ohio resident and hairdresser Mrs. Louella Thompson.
Heeding the voice of God to: “feed my people”, she started FTHP out of her home .
As her dream grew, the need for additional space grew as well.
And as only God would have it, Mrs. Thompson was able to purchase the corner lot adjacent to her house. Through donations from the community and the help of volunteers, the Dream Center was built in 1997.
•Serves Breakfast and Dinner 5 days a week
•FTHP is the only free hot breakfast program in Middletown
•The average number of “guests” we serve at Breakfast is: 60
•The average number of “guests” we serve at Dinner is: 70
•FTHP serves over 2,000 meals a month
GIRLS WHO CODE CLUB
Club activities will be made available to girls in grades 6-12 that have an interest in STEM and will be offered free of charge to all who want to join; especially those from low-income families.
As Girls Who Code Club members, our girls will have access to 20 leading technology companies:
Accenture, Adobe, AOL, AT&T, Capital One, Electronic Arts, Expedia, Facebook, Fiscal Note, General Electric, Goldman Sachs, IAC, IBM, Indeed, JP Morgan Chase, Kate Spade & Company Foundation, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Pinterest, Prudential, Qualcomm, Sephora, Square, Twitter, and Viacom.
All have pledged to share paid internships and other opportunities with Girls Who Code alumni as part of the organization’s ‘Hire Me’ Campaign further cementing a college to career pipeline for young women majoring in technology and engineering.
•Girls Scouts of Western Ohio
•Junior Achievement of Middletown Area, Inc.
•Feed The Hungry Make A Dream Camp Summer programs can be filled with fun and games, round out a child’s education, and offer experiences that aren’t available during the school year. They also have the potential to reverse summer learning loss and increase educational equity. FTHP Make a Dream Camp will provide an opportunity for children to explore, grow, have fun, while also providing educational enrichment components that can mitigate the summer learning gap.