Sno-Kones® were just one way volunteers helped the community cool down and warm hearts during Independence Day. Over the last 23 years Feed the Multitudes has been assisting Metairie residents with meals, shoes, haircuts, manicures, and groceries.
More than just feeding their neighbors, it was a chance to create a sense of community and fuel hope that lasts much longer. In just a few hours, volunteers inspired and touched the lives of more than 5,000 residents.
Victory Fellowship’s congregation and pastors hosted its first Feed the Multitudes event in 1990 and helped 2,500 people.