Feed My Sheep Food pantry serves between 200-225 people each month and is funded by donations from the community. It is run by volunteers Terrie Mitchell and Edward Griffin out of Button United Methodist Church. The Pantry helps families with food, toiletries, household products, and gently used clothing.
In 2012, Terrie Mitchell approached Button United Methodist Church about helping house the Food Pantry after being displaced. The church was more than happy to meet the needs of the community by giving a location for the Food Pantry. Eagle Scout Mitchell McClellan purchased the shelving and put together the food pantry in October of 2012. The food pantry was opened the following week. In July 2019, the Pantry was in need of a renovation, Eagle Scout Jon Alex Cunningham enhanced the Pantry by adding can runners, new flooring, new lighting and refurbishing the room.
The food pantry is open every Monday and Wednesday from 10am-noon. No appointment is necessary. You do not have to live in the Little Elm area to receive assistance. Everyone is welcome!
We would love to have your support! You can support us here. We are now in partnership with The North Texas Food Bank.