Project Outreach, a non-profit, charitable organization which strives to improve the nutrition, living conditions, health and education of the impoverished in Fayette County, distributed non-perishable and perishable food, including whole turkeys, to 219 families in need at its annual Easter food distribution on Holy Thursday last week.

Sixty volunteers from Incarnation Catholic Church, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church (OLPH), St. Brigid Catholic Church, St. Agnes Academy, St. Dominic School and other Mid-South churches gathered to distribute food, hygiene items, toilet paper and 600 Easter baskets for children in need at Sister Elaine Wicks Memorial Park in Fayette County.

“There was a lot of rain scheduled for that day and we delayed the distribution by two hours,” said Deacon Phil Moore, chaplain and volunteer for Project Outreach. “In the three hours we were at the park distributing food, we never saw a drop of rain. As soon as we pulled out of the park, the sky opened up. It was as if God was saying, ‘Well done, Project Outreach, keep up the good work.’”

Project Outreach is a 501c3 organization, which distributes food monthly to families in need in Fayette County. The organization accepts monetary donations and is always looking for volunteers.  If interested, please send monetary donations to: 

Project Outreach

9245 Poplar Ave., Suite 5, #317

Germantown, TN 38138

For volunteer information, please contact Shona Moore, OFS, director of Project Outreach, at


(Volunteers from St. Agnes Academy and St. Dominic School distributed food to 219 families for Project Outreach in Fayette County on Thursday, April 18.)

(Volunteers for Project Outreach distributed 600 Easter baskets to children in need in Fayette County on Holy Thursday last week.)

(Over 200 bags of food were distributed along with hygiene items and toilet paper to families in need for Project Outreach in Fayette County on Thursday, April 18.)

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