About Meals of Hope

The Mission

The Mission of Meals of Hope is “To inspire and empower communities to come together to end hunger.” We believe it is our job to feed people. Meals of Hope began as a meal packing organization, and we are the only meal packing organization with a priority on keeping the food packed within the United States. We developed five meals specifically designed for the American palate with added vitamins, minerals and proteins to supplement an unbalanced diet. Most of our packed meals are donated to the Feeding America Food Bank Network. More than 30,000 volunteers and 18 full and part time staff members assist Meals of Hope in achieving its Mission.

Board of Directors

Our board is made up of people who are dedicated to helping hungry individuals and families in their community.

  • Ashley Suarez
  • Bruce Bacon
  • Paul Thein
  • Kenneth Mundy
  • Mark Matos
  • Freddy E. Mantilla
  • Samantha Sheffield
  • Rabbi Adam Miller
  • Jacques Groenteman


None of this would be possible without our valuable staff. Their enthusiastic work has helped provide over 70,000,000 meals to date.

  • Jesus Ramos
  • John Ramos
  • Walter Daniels
  • Clavaroche Ductan
  • Sydnie Sohlberg
  • Daniel McGrory

Meals of Hope Warehouse

Meals of Hope has invested in over 48,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space across 3 warehouses in the Florida and Ohio to better serve those communities and beyond. The 22,500 sq. ft. of warehouse space in Florida and 26,000 sq. ft. of space in Ohio offer conference rooms, storage space for our food pantries and meal packing events as well as offices for our incredible team.

Meals of Hope Food Safety

As an organization that is focused on delivering meals to the people who need them most, food safety is a top priority. We ensure that all of our ingredients are sourced for the highest quality, and we take measures to property food safety and handling of food. Meals of Hope received an exemplary score from the American Institute of Baking, and we’re proud to be AIB certified.


Find out what the media has to say about Meals of Hope and our mission to reduce food insecurity

Louisa County’s Asynchronous Day Gives Back To Community

Louisa County’s Asynchronous Day Gives Back To Community

Courtesy of CBS19 News LOUISA COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Instead of taking the day off from school, Louisa County Public Schools students came together to package meals for the Local Resource Council. A day like this is a part of Louisa County’s Asynchronous day...

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New Year’s Resolution Day Three: Volunteering

New Year’s Resolution Day Three: Volunteering

Courtesy of ABC-7 News NAPLES, Fla. — In honor of the first week of 2023, More Explores has dedicated the week to popular New Year’s resolutions! If you are looking to volunteer more in 2023, Meals of Hope in Naples is always looking for volunteers. They have several...

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Park Rapids National Honor Society Packs 10,000 Meals

Park Rapids National Honor Society Packs 10,000 Meals

The Park Rapids National Honor Society packed 10,000 meals on Wednesday, Dec. 21 for Meals of Hope. Courtesy of Park Rapids Enterprise Members of Park Rapids Area High School’s National Honor Society donned their gay apparel, from Christmas sweaters to hairnets,...

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