Paula White Ministries and City of Destiny are MAKING A DIFFERENCE!

What an amazing week of spreading the love of Jesus through meeting the needs in our community! God is so good, I am in awe of everything He is doing through Paula White Ministries and City of Destiny around the world and in our local area! Because your loyal ministry support and prayers… YOU HELP MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!


I wanted to share some of the stats from Feb 22 through Feb 28 of 2021 with you to keep you updated on what we are able to do for those in need in Apopka and Central FL.

“Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” -Luke 6:38

Food Distribution YTD:

Distributed over 4,156,357 pounds of food through City of Destiny

Provided 3,463,630 meals

*Provided food to 105,297 families served

Meals went to feed 422,452 family members served

Meals delivered door to door to 55+ communities and area senior citizens

For the week of February 22-28:

771,330 pounds of food distributed through City of Destiny Hubs

100 local church ministries resourced through the City of Destiny

642,775 meals provided*

19,428 families served through the City of Destiny

77,696 family members served through City of Destiny

23,700 Farmers to Families Food Boxes distributed through City of Destiny

491,978 Farmers To Families Food Boxes distributed through City of Destiny to date

Community Organizations Resourced:

  • Resourced 170 area churches with supplies to distribute to their communities
  • Resourced local domestic violence shelter housing 43 families with food (Harbor House)
  • Resourced local human traffic non-profit housing victims of HT with food (Lifeboat Project)
  • Resourced human traffic safe house with furniture and household supplies (Lifeboat Project)
  • Resourced faith-based employment organization (Christian Help)
  • Resourced faith-based homeless feeding organization (Matthew’s Hope)
  • Resourced local homeless shelter (Orlando Union Rescue Mission)
  • Resourced local relief organization (Salvation Army)

Homelessness and Transitional Housing:

Distributed over $400,000 in new household items and furniture to families in need or transitioning from homelessness to permanent housing through World Vision and CityServe partnership

Distributed food and resources to area homeless camps

National and local Partnerships:

  • World Vision
  • CityServe
  • Convoy of Hope
  • Mercy Chefs
  • Sysco
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Love and Life Foundation
  • Goss Foundation
  • No Child Hungry


*1.2 pounds of food equals one meal**$1.67 per pound of foodSource: USDA, FeedingAmerica.org

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