April 29, 2018
8:15 am - 12:45 pm
Your generous donations will help support working families trying to make ends meet, single moms with babies, inner-city kids at camp, summer literacy needs and much more. See the campus-specific shopping lists below.
Shop for Requested Items: Now through April 29. Shopping lists are specific to each campus.
On Collection Day: April 29. Many volunteers are needed on collection day. Small Groups, students and families – even young children – CAN help collect and sort the donations before and after services. Includes set up and clean up. Click on the campus button below to help on event day, April 29:
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Spring Food Drive donations will benefit:
Click here for answers to common questions.
Can I donate something not on the list?
Yes. If you have grocery items that are not on the list, you can still donate them. All food items must be unopened, not expired and non-perishable.
Do I have to sort or separate my donations?
No. You can bring everything together in any type of boxes or bags, and our volunteers will sort the items as they are delivered.
What if I don’t have a brown paper grocery bag from Sunday morning?
No problem. You can bring items in any type of box or bag.
When & Where do I bring my items?
Please bring your items on Sunday, April 29 between 8:15 am and 12:45 pm to Hill Country Bible Church, Lakeline campus collection area in the northwest parking lot (drive thru available), any of the church lobbies or leave items in a visible spot next to your car. At the Brushy Creek campus, please bring items to the front of Walsh Middle School between 9:15 – 11:15 am.