Angel Food Ministries Donates Food for Thought

Monroe, GA (March 30, 2010) –Angel Food Ministries (www.angelfoodministries.com), a non-profit, non-denominational food relief ministry dedicated to providing affordable high-quality food to those in need, will also be donating nutritional supplements to Walton County School systems.

For the past five years, Angel Food Ministries has been a proud supporter of its local school systems. AFM continues to promote the growth of education by donating 4,000 fruit bars to students at Carver Middle School. The students will be taking the CRCT Exam. This exam is a standardized Georgia Exam that measures the students’ aptitude at the Middle School level.

Angel Food Ministries encourages positive mental development and the growth of students’ futures. “Angel Food Ministries has been absolutely wonderful. This provides our students the nutrition for maximum achievements”, comments Donna Hawk, School/Community Special Project Coordinator for Carver Middle School.

Testing for the CRCT Exam will be held from March 30th-April 2nd, 2010 at Carver Middle School located at 1095 Good Hope Rd. Monroe, GA 30655.

Please contact Katrina Weber at 770-207-3051 for any questions concerning Angel Food Ministries, or Donna Hawk at 770-380-4449, Donna.Hawk@walton.k12.ga.us for any questions concerning Carver Middle School.

Anyone who wishes to learn more about how to utilize Angel Food’s services can call 1-888-819-3745 or visit http://www.angelfoodministries.com to find the nearest host site.

About Angel Food Ministries
Angel Food Ministries (www.angelfoodministries.com) is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing financial support in the form of food relief to communities throughout the United States. Established in 1994 to provide relief for struggling families in the Monroe, GA area; Angel Food Ministries now serves hundreds of thousands of families across 42 states, most recently welcoming Nevada to the roster. Since inception, Angel Food Ministries has fed more than 22 million Americans. In 2008, AFM provided $120 million in direct food assistance to American families.

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