Hunger Heroes Virtual Food Drive

Z-92 is teaming up with the Open Door Mission for the Hunger Heroes Virtual Food Drive!

When the warmer months of Summer hit the metro, it becomes more difficult to collect essential items needed to help those that are living in poverty or are currently experiencing homelessness. So, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, we are partnering with the Open Door Mission to help provide a Summer of hope…with the Hunger Heroes Virtual Food Drive!

Below, are clickable links that will take you directly to websites where you can help the Open Door Mission, as easily as you shop online for yourself.

For the month of June, we are really trying to collect as much canned meat and peanut butter as we are able, for the Open Door Mission. We could use your help!

Amazon Wish List

Target Registry

Walmart Registry

By putting together the Hunger Heroes Virtual Food Drive, we have made it extremely easy for you to help the Open Door Mission break the cycle of homelessness and poverty, just by clicking “add to cart” and sending these items directly to the Open Door Mission.

That’s it!

You do not need to drive anywhere to drop off donations. No more wondering if what you are buying is what the Open Door Mission needs the most at any specific time, they will continue to update the wish lists as needed.

You can donate anything, from a single can of fruit, all the way to fulfilling an entire item on any of the given lists. Every single donation helps people in our community who are in need!

If you want to help, but don’t want to shop for individual items online, you can always donate directly to the button below:

You can provide meals and care for 10 people for just $21.50!

Thank you from everyone here at Z-92 and The Open Door Mission!

The Open Door Mission is a Gospel Rescue Mission that meets the need of individuals and families while inspiring HOPE for lasting change that breaks the cycle of homelessness and poverty. Daily, Open Door Mission offers 917 safe shelter beds to those experiencing homelessness, serves more than 3,500 meals to feed the hungry and empowers more than 1,000 people living in poverty to remain in their own homes through homeless prevention resources.