The Manna Food Project, a local non-profit organization established in 1987, helps feed the hungry throughout northern Michigan.
Manna is funded entirely through donations from individuals, the generosity of local community groups and the food distribution operation.
A Message from our Director...
Welcome to The Manna Food Project.
My name is Deb Noblett and I am the Executive Director for The Manna Food Project. I have lived in Northern Michigan most of my life. I felt privileged to be part of Manna and its mission to Feed the hungry of Northern Michigan.
I joined the Manna family in August of 2013 and continue to be amazed by the support for Manna and the people it serves.
Providing over 2,025 "backpacks" of nutritious food to needy children weekly during the school year and "snack packs" during the summer
Food Rescue Program
Rescuing food to distribute to 3,400 families in Antrim, Charlevoix and Emmet counties
Local Food Pantry
Providing food weekly to those in need at the Manna Pantry
Food Distribution Program
Distributing over 490,000 pounds of food annually
Partnering with 37 local agencies to distribute food to area pantries & soup kitchens
The 12th Annual CROP Walk will begin at Evelyn Hall in Bay View. Join Manna and over 200 participants to help us end hunger one step at a time, while enjoying refreshments and entertainment along the way.
Contact The Manna Food Project for more information about participation, donations and sponsorship opportunities. You can get donation packets at Manna or by calling Mary & Greg Jackson 1-810-407-1169. Online donations visit www.crophungerwalk.org/bayviewmi.
2015 Venison for Manna
Thank you for the 1,277 lbs. of venison collected! Click on the image above for a larger view.
The Manna Food Project
8791 McBride Park Court
Harbor Springs, Michigan 49740
(231) 347-8852 (office)
(231) 675-0467 (cellular)
(231) 348-9135 (fax)