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Hello, we have wonderful news.

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A.P.F.P. News

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We are excited and want to share our news!  The KPB (Kenai Peninsula Borough) has approved our request for a land lease!  This means we can start applying for grants right away.  It is the beginning of a long journey ahead, but it is a rewarding one.  Every accomplishment will be rejoiced - and shared with you.  


We have so many more plans than just a building.  Now we will be partnering with businesses and friends around the state to build a place to help our neighbors. We will have programs that will educate those that wish to learn how to stock up food.  There will be fundraisers, events, and more.  We are happy to share news this with you! 


Consider investing in a mission close to home.  It will make a difference in the eyes of grantors or funders seeing the support of our community.


We filled over 100 Thanksgiving applications in 2022!

Volunteers Packing Food

On our way to new horizons...


We left our home of the last 9 years and have begun a new adventure. We are temporarily located next to the ARI Store (the old dentist & SVT office) Things are looking up!  We will be a little awkward with the transition. (We are just not used to this!) We appreciate those that have helped -- the youth & the volunteers; K.P. Food Bank; Homer Foundation; Food Bank of AK; Alaska Community Foundation; AP’s VFW, Senior Center, P.O, Library; Bay Realty; AP Ventures; PJ’s; Homer Pantry; 100 Women Who Care; Coastal Realty; Hilcorp; CITC; Share the Spirit; Lion’s Club, Salvation Army; Rasmuson; Knights of Columbus; St. John's Women's Guild; Thurmond's F.W. Auto and various indivdual donors.  

We appreciate you all!                       

God bless you all! 

     Please join us and help us succeed! 



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Old News...

God bless you, Great Land Worship Center, for having housed our pantry for nine years; for having paid our bills as well as enduring all the wear and tear!  We received plenty from you to be able to feed the hungry in our community.  You did more than your fair share.  We grew, so we needed a new home.  Every eagle must leave the nest one day.  Now it is our time to soar on our own - to continue our mission in the Grace of God, and with the help of good neighbors.  Thank you!

(Above we are set up at Dawson's lot from Aug-Oct. 2021)

Thank you, Dawson Slaughter, for aiding us in the first year of our transition.  It enabled us to secure grants to help get us started. 

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